Catastrophic Injury

Injuries are considered catastrophic when they have severe, long-term effects on the victim. These injuries often cause stress on the victim’s family and loved ones due to the need for lifelong constant supervision or assistance, as well as costly medical bills.

Keyless Cars and Carbon Monoxide Deaths: Who Is Liable?

Pushing a button rather than turning a key to start a car has become the new norm in the auto industry. While starting the engine with just the push of a button can seem …

The Last Ordinary Day With My Leg: Remington’s Story

Remington Bloch’s story starts out as an absolute tragedy: a 22-year-old extreme sports enthusiast loses part of his leg after a motorcycle accident, he’s left with a ton of medical bills and no …

Remington Makes History as First Amputee to Race Pro AMA Supermoto

In 2016, Remington Bloch was in a gruesome motorcycle accident that cost him his lower right leg. As a lifelong lover of all extreme sports, Remington’s life as he knew it could …

Palm Beach County Leads Nation in Deaths Linked to Keyless Cars

Since 2009, there have been 21 deaths involving cars with keyless ignitions in the United States. Seven of them have occurred in Palm Beach County. Check out this local news …

Jury Awards $80,000 to Victim in Auto Accident Case

This action arose from a collision to the back of the plaintiff’s car by a vehicle driven by the defendant. The court directed a verdict against the defendant on liability and the case …