Palm Beach County Initiative Provides Public Boxes for Disposing of Old Medications Did you know prescription painkillers are the most commonly abused drugs by teenagers? Did you know 2,000 youths per day try prescription pills for the first time? Did you know two-thirds of boys and girls who become addicted […]
Author: Karen Terry
Antibiotics have hit the black market, and the hot-commodity counterfeits don’t bode well for the health of those who take them. The pills whose purpose is to fight infection have become so ubiquitous that germs are finding their way around them and becoming increasingly resistant. The result, warns the World […]
Earlier this year, the Florida legislature passed Personal Injury Protection (PIP) “reform” that severely limited the extent of coverage provided by insurance companies under PIP. The reform promised to lower PIP premiums; that result has been lukewarm in saving consumers any money. Now some legislators and other state officials would […]
The prospects of needing surgery are stressful and, well scary. No one likes the idea of receiving an anesthetic, maybe a general anesthetic, and allowing someone, even the most skilled surgeon, cut into our body with a knife. It is very serious stuff and should be treated that way by […]
We are finding out the hard way just how little regulation is in place to assure the public that the parasailing industry in Florida is safe.
I, and the other attorneys in my firm, represent people who experience tragedies in their lives. Sometimes clients do receive justice. Sometimes the defendants make honest mistakes, other times their neglect is particularly egregious. The case I recently tried, with Greg Barnhart and Matt Schwencke in my firm, was flagrant […]