It is easy to be the Monday-morning quarterback. Viewing events in retrospect lends to analysis that is perhaps impractical in real time. And, it seems popular these days to be critical of various ... Read More
The Florida Legislature revisited the Americans with Disabilities Act in 2017.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a federal law passed in 1990. It is a bit troubling to me to write ... Read More
Everyone would appreciate a gracious judge, right?
Years ago, I was contacted about a case in one of our Districts; it had taken many months to get to trial. The party calling me was upset, and review of ... Read More
Harvey brought 50 inches of rain and a thick dossier of irony to the workers’ compensation system in Texas. This natural disaster, like others have in the past, will challenge an economic safety ... Read More
Let me assure you from the outset that this has nothing to do with losing belly fat, curing diabetes with cinnamon, or buying real estate with no money down. And unlike enticing videos that make you ... Read More
I ran into a lawyer recently at a Florida Worker's Compensation office. Our conversation turned to medical care within the Florida system. He described frustration, an issue of trust, and a system (Florida ... Read More
I had an intriguing conversation recently about stipulations and litigation. The situation described to me involved attorneys that had both agreed with certain facts and conclusions. Based upon their ... Read More
For those that say someone with chronic pain that is highly dependent on "painkillers" with anger and family issues is forever stuck in that circumstance, consider the following story. FYI ... The facts ... Read More