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Autonomous Vehicle Law: Who Is Liable?

Brett Steinberg | January 31, 2019 | Uncategorized

We are edging closer to a self-driving future. Tesla, Audi, Mercedes-Benz, Toyota, Volvo, and Volkswagon are all manufacturers that are either working on the deployment of automated vehicles or already have the vehicles on the road. There are several benefits to a self-driving vehicle: they are eco-friendly, they are roomier, and the potential for…

Is Your Landlord Liable for Your Injuries?

Brett Steinberg | January 31, 2019 | Uncategorized

Renters are becoming more common. While homeowners are still the majority in the US, the number of renters, especially in larger cities, have increased. In fact, there are more renters now than at any point since 1965, and renters have become the majority in 22 major cities (as of January 2018). Based on 2016 data,…

Be the Life of the Party

Brett Steinberg | December 28, 2018 | Personal Injury

The holidays are in full swing, and that includes New Year's Eve, a time of observing the Times Square ball drop and welcoming the new year with food, party favors, and alcohol. However, with these celebrations also comes accidents. Referring to The Drive’s article on Floridian crashes, law…

Winter Warning: Watch Where You Step

Brett Steinberg | December 20, 2018 | Personal Injury

Winter is the perfect time of year for a variety of snow-bound sports such as snowboarding, ice skating, skiing, and snow tubing. While these activities are a great way to combat cabin fever and take in some needed sunshine, there is a risk of injury, just like any other sport. Injuries resulting from…

Cycling Woes: What To Do If You’re Hit While Cycling

Brett Steinberg | November 14, 2018 | Personal Injury

Cycling is typically a safe way to travel to various local destinations, but there are instances when a car swerves and doesn’t see the cyclist crossing, resulting in a collision with the cyclist. If you’re the victim of a collision with a motor vehicle, then you should consider the following…

Doctor’s Orders: What To Do After a Brain Injury

Brett Steinberg | November 14, 2018 | Personal Injury

A head injury can sneak up on you at any time, anywhere. You may be cycling safely in the bike lane when a car suddenly swerves onto your path and hits you. You may be skiing at a resort before quickly losing control and hitting a tree. Whatever the case…

Fall Fumbles: Injuries to Avoid this Season

Brett Steinberg | October 10, 2018 | Personal Injury

While it’s sad to see summer go, it’s time to embrace the beauty of fall for the year. Autumn brings festive fun, but beware of the risk of injuries that come into play this time of year. Whether it be workplace accidents before holidays, or at home mishaps, here…

3 Things to do if you were Bitten by a Stranger's Pet

Brett Steinberg | October 10, 2018 | Personal Injury

Chances are you were thinking about how cute Fido was, not what would happen if your direct eye contact or open hand would result in a dog bite wound. Once bitten by strange dogs, people often struggle with what to do next. When bitten by an unfamiliar dog, there are…

Injured on a Cruise Ship? Seek Help from a Personal Injury Lawyer

Brett Steinberg | August 17, 2018 | Personal Injury

While you may go on a cruise with the sole intent to relax, you may, unfortunately, encounter a situation where you are injured. Perhaps you slipped and fell, or you have been assaulted by a ship employee or another passenger. However, determining who is liable for the injury may…

The Facts Behind Florida’s Statute of Limitations

Brett Steinberg | August 17, 2018 | Personal Injury

When you suffer from a personal injury that is caused due to the negligence of another party, you should consider filing a lawsuit as soon as possible. But before you do that, you’ll need to gather enough evidence, such as photographs, written eyewitness accounts, etc., and contact a knowledgeable…