“In the Service of My Country”

In the days and hours that brought the American Revolution to a close, the Commander-in-Chief of the army rose to address his soldiers. But George Washington, born 286 years ago today, struggled to garner their attention. Much of the commotion surrounding this meeting in particular was a general agitation with the supposed ignorance of civilian Read More

Paxton Lawsuit

At the age of 61, Bill Paxton entered Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles for a surgical procedure intended to replace a heart valve and repair some damage to his heart. But on Saturday, February 25, 2017, it was reported that Paxton died of complications related to the surgery. Now, his family says, the time Read More

Red Light Debates

Earlier this month, the Florida Supreme Court began hearing oral arguments over the case of red light cameras in Aventura and any decision would have ramifications that would reverberate across the all Florida counties. At stake is whether private companies, often based outside of the state, have any jurisdiction or rights or authority to monitor Read More

Pro Bono Award: Tim Moran

Congratulations to our friend and fellow Oviedo lawyer, Tim Moran, for winning the Florida Bar President’s Pro Bono Award for the 18th Judicial Circuit. Since 2009, Tim has donated over 1,900 hours to low income clients throughout the community. We applaud Tim for his selflessness in working so diligently for those in need. Please join Read More

Testing Brain Injuries

Strides are always being made in the diagnosis of traumatic brain injuries, but the most recent burst forward is a test that can detect whether proteins in the brain have leaked into the bloodstream after a collision. Until now, diagnosis of and testing for a traumatic brain injury has meant isolating an individual for a Read More

White Gold

Olympic gold is currently the talk of every nation with an athlete in Pyeongchang, South Korea. But one of the stories that has drawn both praise and fire is the case of Shawn White, the American snowboarder whose accident during a half pipe practice run last October cost him 62 stitches and the risk of Read More

Valentine’s Day

If someone you love has been the victim of wrongful death or personal injury, please contact the law offices of Beers and Gordon P.A. for a free consultation. Our firm serves all of Seminole, Orange, Volusia, Lake, and Brevard counties, including Oviedo, Winter Springs, Altamonte Springs, Sanford, Longwood, Winter Park, Lake Mary, and Greater Orlando. Our attorneys Read More

Should I call my insurance company if I’m in an auto accident?

Most insurance companies require their policyholders to inform them of an accident, regardless of fault. But keep in mind that you should never give a statement to the insurance company for the at-fault party. If you are contacted by an adjuster for the at-fault individual’s insurance company, tell him or her to speak with your Read More

Malice Toward None

In a month of presidential remembrance, where the birthdays of four ex-presidents continue to come and go (Reagan, W. H. Harrison, Washington, and Lincoln), the closing words of President Abraham Lincoln in his final inaugural address speak volumes about the backbone of a worn and weary people. The strength of American hope and ingenuity and Read More

The Newest Opioid

This past week, the FDA issued a new warning about an unexpectedly problematic issue. Some of those already battling an opioid addiction have been looking for additional aids to break them of their addiction and, in an effort to thwart insomnia, began taking Kratom. Unfortunately, kratom has proven to be just as addictive as the Read More