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What Is the Mirena Crash?

The Mirena intrauterine device (IUD) is a long-term birth control method from Bayer Pharmaceuticals. The Food and Drug Administration approved Mirena in 2000. It is one of the most popular forms of birth control today. Unfortunately, it may not always be safe for women. Thousands of consumers have filed product liability lawsuits against Bayer for Mirena-related… read more

Attorney Todd R. Falzone Represents Victim of Lime Scooter Injury

A Florida woman was left comatose after an accident on a Lime scooter.  As seen on NBC’s Today Show, February 16, 2019.  Watch video on

Accident Liability If the Driver Is Disabled in Florida

People with disabilities in Florida can lawfully obtain their driver’s licenses and operate motor vehicles, as they can in every state. The only time a disability would prevent someone from driving is if the nature of their special needs prevents them from safely controlling a vehicle. If a driver with disabilities causes your wreck and… read more

What Should I Do if I’m in an Accident While Pregnant?

A car accident as a pregnant mother can be dangerous for you and your infant’s health. Although the womb protects an infant somewhat in an impact, complications can occur. The physical and emotional traumas involved in a vehicle wreck could be enough to cause hemorrhaging, premature labor, traumatic injuries to the infant, or a miscarriage…. read more

How to Avoid Semi-Truck Blind Spots

The average semi-truck is 70 to 80 feet long, including cab and trailer. The long length of an 18-wheeler severely limits the truck driver’s visibility of the surrounding roadway. Semi-trucks end up with what the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) calls No-Zones, or large blind spots located on all four sides of the truck…. read more

Who is Liable for Mold in a Rental?

Mold is toxic and can have serious negative effects on human health. Mold in the air, in the walls, and on surfaces within a home can cause respiratory problems, allergies, and chronic illnesses. Many homes in Florida have ideal environments for mold, which thrives in moist and humid atmospheres. Rental properties with mold could expose… read more

Does Insurance Cover Car Fires?

A car fire can be a disastrous event that causes serious personal injuries and expensive property damage. After surviving a car fire, it is up to you to call your insurance company to file a claim. Florida is a no-fault insurance state, meaning all parties involved in a vehicle accident will seek benefits from their… read more

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