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Claims Based on Road Construction Negligence

The average drive through South Florida will involve passing through at least one road construction zone. Fort Lauderdale always has active construction projects attempting to improve, repair, or maintain the city’s roadways. The Transportation Division may have drivers’ best interests in mind, but road construction projects do not always bode well for those on the… read more

The Safest Cars for Teenage Drivers

Teenage drivers are more at risk of fatal car accidents than other drivers. Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for U.S. teens. Safe driving can prevent car accidents, but safe vehicles can prevent fatal injuries. The safest vehicle for inexperienced teenage drivers changes year by year. Modern technologies and advanced safety features… read more

New Florida Laws 2019 You Should Know

Several groundbreaking new laws went into effect in Florida on January 1st, 2019. New Year’s Day means new laws surrounding state and federal minimum wage, sales taxes, alimony, voting rights, and more. As a responsible Floridian, it is your job to keep up with the latest laws and regulations. Tax Laws Tax reform has made… read more

Fort Lauderdale Holiday Safety Tips for Drivers

The holiday season in Fort Lauderdale typically comes with increases in car accident rates. Drunk drivers, wet winter weather, and drivers hurrying to get to their holiday destinations can all increase the risk of car accidents. Your attention to the road, dedication to driving defensively, and knowledge of the risks of the road all contribute… read more

What Prescription Drugs Impair Driving?

Most people know driving under the influence (DUI) of illicit substances is against the law, but did you know you could also get a DUI for driving after taking prescription drugs? It is illegal to operate a motor vehicle in Florida under the influence of any impairing substance, including prescription and over-the-counter medications. Being aware… read more

What You Should Know About the Romaine Lettuce Recall

On November 19, 2018, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced an outbreak of E. coli affecting 43 people in 12 states. The CDC stated that the illnesses began between October 8 and October 31. The majority (69%) of victims were female. Sixteen of the victims sought hospitalization, but so far, the most… read more

What You Need Before a Free Consultation

Most personal injury attorneys give potential clients a chance to speak with them over the phone or in person before the client decides to retain the attorney. The free consultation typically lasts around 30 minutes and gives the client the opportunity to get to know the lawyer, learn about his/her rights, and explore legal options…. read more

Jennifer Amy St. Clair Case Investigation

Kelley/Uustal attorney, Todd R. Falzone is representing the family of Jennifer Amy St. Clair who’s body was found last week on Interstate 95 in Pompano Beach. She was last seen going on a first date with a man she met online, investigators say she went on a motorcycle ride with two other couples in downtown… read more

Notable Cases for John Uustal

Longest Trial in General Motors History A jury found General Motors (GM) guilty of negligently designing the fuel tank in a family station wagon that exploded after a low-speed crash. Six people burned, and two died, including a young boy named Shane McGee. The McGee family sued GM for their horrible burn injuries and for… read more

John Uustal Discusses Upcoming Book, Corporate Serial Killers

In a recent interview, John Uustal discussed his book and recalled the struggles he and his firm faced as they took on huge corporations to fight the good fight. Nearing bankruptcy and facing the unlimited resources of multi-million dollar companies, Uustal and his partner Robert Kelley fought to expose the corporate misconduct that was being… read more