People are on the move again across the U.S. and internationally, booking trips at rates the travel industry has not seen over the past two years because of the pandemic.…read more
Our Panter, Panter & Sampedro Referral Network Spotlight of the Week is Ricardo Morales.
Ricardo Morales has over 25 years experience in handling workers compensation cases and currently represents injured workers in their claims. Additionally, his office handles social security disability claims, personal injury,…read more
Slip and fall accidents can lead to serious injury or even death. According to Florida Health, unintentional falls are the leading cause of both fatal and non-fatal injuries among the…read more
After a car accident or event causing personal injury, one of the first items to consider when making a legal claim is calculating lost wages. Insurance companies and lawyers use…read more
Our Panter, Panter & Sampedro Referral Network Spotlight of the Week is David Neblett of Perry & Neblett, P.A.
Perry & Neblett P.A. is a full-service admiralty and insurance dispute law firm. Their Florida Bar Board Certified attorneys have decades of experience representing a wide range of clients from…read more
Our Panter, Panter & Sampedro Referral Network Spotlight of the Week is Justin Stivers of The Probate Law Firm.
Our Panter, Panter & Sampedro Referral Network Spotlight of the Week is Justin Stivers of The Probate Law Firm. The attorneys of The Probate Law Firm help individuals plan for…read more
Some may be shocked to learn that more people are injured every year from falling than they are injured from motor vehicle crashes. Falls at home and work are the…read more
Our Panter, Panter & Sampedro Referral Network Spotlight of the Week is Barry Stein.
Barry Stein (of De Cardenas, Freixas, Stein & Zachary, P.A.) assists individuals who get injured on the job and need care and lost wages. If you get injured on the…read more
Officials closed the historic Miami-Dade County Courthouse at 73 W. Flagler St. in July after engineers identified structural safety concerns. County officials have taken all necessary precautions and ordered business…read more
Visit one of South Florida’s premier juried art shows, our 18th Annual Fine Arts Festival, and enjoy a day surrounded by spectacular visual arts in the lushest and luxurious setting.…read more
Last week, the Consumer Product Safety Commission announced the recall of two million dehumidifiers from popular brands because they can overheat and ignite. New Wiedetch is the manufacturer of the…read more
As we enter into the hottest days of the year, a new study of heat-related injuries revealed that they have been vastly undercounted in official records over the past years.…read more
One of the most frequent causes of workplace injuries is “slips, trips, and falls,” accounting for sixteen percent of all of total claims, according to InsuranceJournal.com. The average compensation for…read more
The Florida Board of Medicine recently issued final orders in two recent cases that remind us how medical errors are still a major issue. According to a study by Johns…read more
Supreme Court Will Not Hear $2.12 Billion Johnson & Johnson Appeal of Baby Powder Lawsuit
Earlier this month, the U.S. Supreme Court decided it will not consider an appeal brought by Johnson & Johnson regarding a $2.12 billion ruling in favor of 20 women who…read more
Juul Labs Inc., the electronic cigarette manufacturer, has agreed to pay $40 million to North Carolina and take actions to prevent use and sales among underage users, according to a…read more
A major settlement has been reached in a case we have been following that will resolve thousands of opioid cases across the country. Fifteen states have reached an agreement with…read more
Effective June 28, 2021, all Miami-Dade court facilities are open to the public. The Honorable Bertila Soto, Chief Judge of the Miami-Dade Courts, issued Administrative Order 21-11, terminating Phase 2…read more