If I File a Personal Injury Lawsuit, Is It Public?
February 25, 2019 • Personal Injury Lawyer Miami
Many court proceedings become public record to keep the public informed about recent developments that may affect their lives. Almost all criminal matters become public record; the public has the right to know of potentially dangerous individuals and criminal activity in their areas. When it comes to civil claims, state law determines which cases become… read more
Are Personal Injury Settlements Taxable?
February 18, 2019 • Our Blog
Whenever a person receives a windfall from either winning the lottery or a receiving a settlement from a lawsuit, tax implications always exist. Everyone must declare certain types of income by law, and personal injury plaintiffs who secure settlements and jury verdicts for damages may wonder about their tax obligations. Ultimately, the nature of the… read more
Slip-and-Fall On The Pool Deck – The Defect In Royal Caribbean’s Dangerous Pool Decks
February 15, 2019 • Maritime Law Miami
There is a serious problem with Royal Caribbean’s pool decks. They are extremely slippery when wet. Bolidt, an Italian ship decking company, has an exclusive agreement with Royal Caribbean to make all of its pool decks. You have probably seen them. Bolidt manufactures several types of “fake wood” deck as well as a “fake tile”… read more
It Happened Again: Dangerous Tiles in Rosie’s Restaurant Injure Carnival Cruise Line Passengers
February 11, 2019 • Cruise Ship Lawyer Miami
Rosie’s Restaurant on Carnival’s cruise ship,Valor is a tribute to the American war effort during World War II. However, there is a safety problem in Rosie’s restaurant. The floor tiles are extremely slippery when wet. Our firm is aware of dozens of passengers that slipped and fell on Rosie’s dangerous floor tiles. We have obtained Carnival’s internal… read more