Publix Lawsuit

Publix is one of the most esteemed businesses in the Southeastern United States, employing 200,000 people between Florida and Virginia, most of whom are vested as part-owners of the company. You would be hard-pressed to visit one of their grocery stores and find a single employee who isn’t both friendly and helpful. They are the Read More

Theme Park Inspections

Just about anyone and everyone in Central Florida has, at one time or another, visited one, if not all of the many theme parks between Universal and Disney. Some of us make annual or monthly pit stops at CityWalk and Downtown Disney. And for those occasional thrill seekers, the parks always try to offer something Read More

Full Coverage

When it comes to auto insurance, like most states, Florida has mandatory coverage requirements. But unlike many states, this coverage is minimal. Within the State of Florida, drivers are required to carry $10,000 in Personal Injury Protection (PIP) and $10,000 in Property Damage Liability Coverage (PDL). Essentially, what this means is that you are covered Read More

Let’s Talk Opioids

Last year, J.D. Vance published a bestselling memoir on the oft overlooked challenges of rural America. From low social mobility to poverty to divorce and drug addiction, he said, my home is a hub of misery. And as many in our society have begun paying closer attention to rural America, that phrase “drug addiction” seems Read More

Another Uber Suit

When Uber took off in 2009, one of its biggest appeals was the convenience of transportation. Open the app on your phone, find an available driver, and hitch a ride to wherever at a set price. The whole thing was social media on wheels. But from the very beginning, this mega popular company has also Read More

Back to School Caution

Seminole County Public Schools will be back in session today, with Orange County Public Schools following closely behind on Monday, August 14. On Wednesday afternoon, Dr. Walt Griffin, the SCPS Superintendent, offered a word of reminder to drivers who may have gotten used to a summer with less traffic. Be mindful of our students walking Read More

Dogs and Children

Ever since the 1950s, Timmy and Lassie have been the most iconic example of the perfect child with the perfect dog. And while other icons have also come and gone, the truth is that most dogs and most children, when put in the same room, have a less than perfect encounter. That is not to Read More

Hope for Brain Injuries

The physical and emotional damage that comes with a catastrophic brain injury can disrupt the stability of a life, a family, and an entire community. And while these challenges are unlikely to go away anytime soon, there is hope that future injuries and future patients will actually be able to regenerate the cells required for Read More

Xarelto Bellwether

A few years ago, we began seeing commercials for Xarelto, advertising a blood-thinning medicine that could minimize the risk of a stroke. But studies have now shown that Xarelto comes with a common and sometimes fatal side effect: more emergency room visits than any other class of drug in the open marketplace. And according to Read More

Talc Moves to CA

For anyone paying attention to the cases against Johnson & Johnson over the last several years, there really appeared to be a heavy dose of talc-related trials in St. Louis, Missouri. In fact, every case was being heard in Missouri. But after the Supreme Court decision in Bristol-Myers Squibb v. Superior Court of California, it Read More