Leftover Opioids

Opioid addiction is unlike most other drug problems because users often begin their addictions on very innocent means and with the full support of a local doctor. The prescription is meant to dull a much more serious pain, but the drug offers such an enormouse relief that a desire for that feeling can be overwhelming, Read More

Volunteers Act First

December 5 marks International Volunteers Day, a celebration and a recognition of the work and contributions given by first responders in a crisis. The day is mandated through the United Nations General Assembly as a way for volunteers to share and promote the work they do across the globe in large and small communities. So Read More

What Does PIP Cover?

Personal Injury Protection, or simply PIP, is mandatory coverage provided by your insurance company in the event of an accident. It is governed by Florida Statute 627.736(1). Under the PIP Statute, an insurance company is required to provide their insured with a minimum of coverage, should they be involved in an auto accident. The minimum Read More

Railroad Crossings

On Thursday afternoon, departing students from Milwee Middle School in Longwood, particularly those who walk home at the end of the day, were asked to huddle in the gym and wait for buses to pick them up. Less than an hour earlier, a tractor trailer driver had been backing up for a supply drop off Read More

The Law on Sexual Harassment

Matt Lauer is another domino in the quickly falling icons of television untouchables. Variety conducted a two month investigation to ensure their reporting would not be based on rumor and innuendo, but verifiable accounts. And on Wednesday morning, NBC announced that due to these verified claims of sexual misconduct and harassment of employees, Lauer was Read More

Please Donate Today

This year, the HOPE Helps 10th Annual Christmas in the City event meets the real needs of families in our community by providing gifts, food, and resource awareness to hundreds of local children and families in crisis. Our firm will have a donation box available through the first week of December. Below are a list Read More

Is There a Cap on How Much an Attorney Can Charge?

Most personal injury attorneys, including Beers and Gordon, work for what is called a contingency fee basis. This means that the attorneys will not receive any compensation for their services until a recovery is made on your behalf. Most personal injury attorneys will also not charge you a retainer to ensure their services, and will Read More

450+ Vegas Victims

Last month, we reported that several families from the victims of the Las Vegas shooting were filing wrongful death suits against the police department for lagging response times, which we noted was a difficult case to make. Police arrived on the tragic scene within six minutes while response times in major metropolitan areas can range Read More

Do I Need a Lawyer Who Handles Auto Accident Cases?

Car accidents are complicated. And messy. And sometimes end in horrible outcomes. And while the majority of crashes are often little more than fender benders and parking lot bumps, the question is whether your situation warrants a discussion with an attorney. The simple answer is almost always yes. Especially when the consultation is free. Depending Read More

Black Friday

Over the last several years, many of the Black Friday shoppers have been diverted toward what appears to be a safer, less chaotic alternative: online shopping. And while the chaos is definitely minimized, the risks are far too easily overlooked. So if you plan to spend Black Friday shopping online (or holding out for Cyber Read More