Drunk and Drugged Driving Awareness
Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Month is an effort to prevent impaired driving. Unfortunately, impaired driving spikes during the holidays, so it’s no wonder that December was the chosen month to bring awareness to this issue. There were as many as 5,125 alcohol related accidents in Florida, in 2017.
Do You Know the Symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injury?
Do you know the symptoms of a traumatic brain injury? Many people are unable to identify the symptoms of a brain injury because there are so many factors to consider. The symptoms can be similar to those caused by strokes and other health problems. Concussion symptoms can take a while to
Orlando Carbon Monoxide Lawsuit
I recently resolved an interesting case for a client who sustained a significant brain injury after she unknowingly inhaled carbon monoxide – she almost died. The story is told below, but it is important to share that the Defendants in the case refused to accept any responsibility for years until
A Concussion Can Change Your Life, and So Can a Verdict
While popular culture immediately associates brain injury with professional football players, minor brain trauma can also be debilitating and happen to anyone. One example of brain trauma is post-concussive syndrome (also known as post-concussion syndrome or PCS). While the body often self-heals concussions in one to six weeks, some are
Soccer and Personal Injury: Traumatic Brain Injuries From Soccer Heading
In a world that is more and more cognizant of the long-term damage that head injuries can do to a person, it’s a wonder that soccer has made it this far without enacting better protections for players. It remains one of the only sports that actually encourages the use of
A Central Florida Nursing Home Attorney Explains Why Nursing Homes Are So Afraid Of The New Lawsuit Rule
In October, the American Health Care Association filed a lawsuit against the federal government. The suit was in response to a new rule issued by the Department of Health and Human Services that gives nursing home patients and their families the right to sue nursing homes in a court of
Negligent Security Turns Orlando Dream Vacation Into A Nightmare For International Tourists
Orlando is an international travel destination, drawing people from all walks of life and from all areas of the world. Travelers save up for months or even years to make such a trip, arriving excited and eager to make their dreams come true. For one international couple that dream trip
Pediatric Retinoblastoma: Seeking Legal Help From An Orlando Medical Malpractice Attorney
After the shock of a pediatric retinoblastoma diagnosis wears off, many parents wonder, “Should we seek legal help?” Consulting with a medical malpractice attorney can help families make peace with the situation by ensuring they have done all they can to further protect their child and other children from issues stemming
What is My Case Worth?
Watch this video to learn how the law firm of Dellecker Wilson King McKenna Ruffier & Sos evaluates the value of legal cases. Orlando attorney Ken McKenna discusses the various attributes that help determine what a case is worth, and the thorough approach taken by the firm to get fair
Ask An Attorney: How Do I Know If I Have A Good Case?
When a client approaches us with the question of whether they have a good case, we must define what it means for a case to be “good.” From our legal perspective, a good case is one in which we have a good chance of making a fair and reasonable financial