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Florida Hurricane Damage Lawyer Offers Info On Filing Property Insurance Claims

Andrew Norden, a leading Florida hurricane damage lawyer, discusses the massive damage done to Florida and outlines what steps to take to file your claim. Boca Raton, South Florida - September 18, the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation released preliminary claims data that showed more than 335,000 property damage claims had already been filed in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, totaling almost $2 billion.
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Opioid Use Causing More Fatal Crashes Says Boca Car Accident Lawyer Joe Osborne

Many opioid users are too impaired to drive safely and are endangering themselves and others when they’re on the road says Boca car accident lawyer Joe Osborne. Use of legal and illegal narcotics and opioid use has risen dramatically. Given this increase in use it should come as no surprise that drivers impaired by opioid use are causing more fatal traffic accidents says Boca car accident lawyer Joe Osborne.
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Decision Puts Money Ahead of Safety Warns Boca Truck Accident Lawyer Joe Osborne

A proposed rule to reduce the number of dangerous truck drivers has been stopped by the Trump administration says Boca truck accident lawyer Joe Osborne. The Trump Administration, in its efforts to create a more business-friendly federal government, has made a decision that could result in more deaths and serious injuries caused in commercial truck accidents.
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Drivers Backing Up Need to Use Caution Says Boca Car Accident Lawyer Joe Osborne

A driver going in reverse can be responsible for injuries or deaths caused by an accident if negligence can be shown says Boca car accident lawyer Joe Osborne. A vehicle going in reverse is potentially very dangerous because it may cause an accident with another vehicle or strike a pedestrian. Vehicles are built to go forward and visibility out the back may not be good and passengers or cargo may block the view. We also go into reverse in potentially dangerous situations: crowded p
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