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Steinberg Law Welcomes New Associate

Brett Steinberg | July 06, 2018 | Uncategorized

Steinberg Law is pleased to announce the addition of attorney Gabriel "Zach" Gonzalez to the Steinberg team. Gonzalez returns to South Florida after a successful career as an Assistant State Attorney at the Orlando State Attorney's office. He brings extensive experience and a strong background in litigation including 40 felony and misdemeanor…

Summer Activities and Liability

admin | June 29, 2018 | Uncategorized

It's finally summer — a time of barbecues, fireworks, summer camps, and a plethora of fun, outdoor activities. Unfortunately, these activities can lead to accidents and injuries. Summertime, according to Barbara Gaines, a trauma surgeon at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, is also known as "trauma season" for…

The Orlando Nightclub Shooting: A Potential Case of Negligent Security

admin | June 29, 2018 | Uncategorized

On June 12, 2016, Omar Mateen attacked club patrons inside Pulse nightclub, resulting in the deaths of 49 people. Over 50 others were wounded in the terrorist strike known as the Orlando Nightclub Shooting. This attack became one of the deadliest mass shootings in modern US history. The losses…

5 Tips to Keep Your Kids Safe This Summer

admin | June 19, 2018 | Personal Injury

The school year has ended and the temperature is rising, providing ample opportunities for children to soak up the sun and get physical. Of course, what comes with activities and heat are potential health risks, so you need to ensure that your child adheres to several safety tips, whether…

6 Tips to Prevent Summer Injuries

Brett Steinberg | June 19, 2018 | Personal Injury

Summer is an enjoyable time of year, filled with lots of sun and fun. In general, the warm weather encourages you to relax and enjoy the outdoors. The outdoors can also be risky for a variety of reasons, potentially leading to a span of injuries. To avoid a trip…

Distracted Driving Continues to Cause Problems in Florida

Brett Steinberg | April 23, 2018 | Auto Accident

In many states, using a cell phone for texting while driving has been deemed illegal. Why? Because drivers cannot possibly pay full attention to the road when they are busy reading and sending text messages. This means that the risk of an accident caused by distracted driving is increased…

3 Types of Distracted Driving (and Preventing Accidents)

Brett Steinberg | April 12, 2018 | Auto Accident

As any motorist will know, driving is something that requires a huge amount of concentration and involves paying constant attention to the road. Without this, you could end up risking both your own life and the lives of others when you are behind the wheel. Unfortunately, while drivers are well…

Slip and Fall in a Public Place – Who is Liable?

Brett Steinberg | March 29, 2018 | Personal Injury

Every day, many people are injured as a result of slipping or falling in a public place. Some simply suffer nothing more than embarrassment and they just get up and continue with their day. However, for other people, these slip and falls can result in significant injuries that may…

Collecting Your Injury Settlement Once You Have Settled Your Case

Brett Steinberg | March 29, 2018 | Personal Injury

If you have filed a claim for personal injury and it has recently been settled, the next step is to collect the money that you have been awarded as a result of the injury you sustained. Before you can receive the money, there are legal steps you and your…

Spotting Nursing Home Abuse Injuries

Brett Steinberg | February 22, 2018 | Personal Injury

When we hear about nursing home abuse, we imagine horrifying instances of physical attacks against vulnerable senior citizens. However, actual physical assault makes up a small minority of nursing home abuse injuries. Instead, the majority of nursing home abuse injuries arise from neglect of the resident. Nursing home abuse and…