Florida's New Texting and Driving Law Goes Into Effect July 1st
In Florida, texting while driving is already illegal. However, a violation of the texting-while-driving law is currently only a secondary offense. Starting Monday, July 1, 2019, this violation becomes a primary offense.
Why You Should Never Accept an Insurance Adjuster’s First Settlement Offer
It’s very understandable for victims of a traumatic personal injury to just want to get past it and not have to deal with more unwanted disruptions that come with the whole ordeal. So when an insurance company calls quickly after to discuss a settlement offer, it’s very tempting to want to take it and move on.
Don't Get Taken for a Ride: How to Deal with Car Insurance Companies
As many can agree, dealing with insurance company adjusters after an accident can be almost as mentally and emotionally draining as the car accident itself, as you once again find yourself in a moment of uncertainty and high frustration.
How to Handle a Lowball Insurance Settlement Offer
For many victims of personal injury, there’s a lot to deal with after the incident has occurred. Dealing with insurance adjusters is no exception.
What Is Litigation and How Does It Work?
Most people who have been involved in a personal injury accident for the first time are very unfamiliar with what happens if they want to file a lawsuit. That’s where The Law Firm of Cohen & Cohen is here to help.
How to Keep Your Child Safe from a Bicycle Accident
For many children, riding a bicycle can be a source of freedom. If under the age of 16 or if without a motor vehicle, that may be their main means (or their only means) of transportation around town.