How to Testify at Your Social Security Hearing

Because of the Social Security disability backlog, most people have to wait about two years from the time they apply for disability until the time they get to a hearing.  After all that wait, most people will find their Social Security disability hearing lasts less than an hour.  That is why it is vitally important… Read more »

My Workers Comp Check Is Late!

If you are on workers comp, you need your benefits to be paid on time, so you can pay your bills.  Your landlord, the electric company or the bank that financed your car will likely not care why your payment is late.  They just want their money. As an experienced workers’ comp lawyer, I know… Read more »

Is Workers’ Comp Paying Me the Right Amount?

The amount that workers’ comp pays you is based on your average weekly wage during the last 13 weeks before your injury. However, your employer’s insurance carrier only has to pay you up to a certain maximum amount.  If your pre-accident earnings were high, you may get a smaller percentage of your wages because your… Read more »

Hiring A Personal Injury Attorney – Don’t Be Afraid! Be Informed!

The thought of hiring a Florida personal injury attorney can be unnerving for many people. In most cases, an attorney is only required after something bad has happened. Whether it be an accident, an arrest, a death, a bankruptcy, a divorce or a disability claim, the circumstances that require assistance from an attorney are usually… Read more »

America’s 10 Most Dangerous Jobs

Although it is certainly possible to be injured at any job, some occupations are far more dangerous than others. The job market in Florida is a bit different than that of the rest of the country. As a result, the most dangerous jobs in Florida are not necessarily the most dangerous jobs in the rest… Read more »

Full Coverage?

The term “full coverage” is an extremely misleading term when it comes to insurance.  I always cringe when my clients use that term, because it tells me that they probably have no idea how much insurance they have.  In reality, the term full coverage has no meaning at all.  If you assume the meaning of… Read more »