Legal Resources

We are happy to provide Legal Resources for our practice areas in the geographic regions we serve. Let us know if you need any other resources and be sure to contact us if you have any legal questions.

General Legal Information

Auto Accident Resources

Motorcycle Accident Resources

  • Ridesmart Florida: Download a PowerPoint presentation showing motorcycle crash trends in Florida—including the number of crashes and injuries—that occurred from 2001 to 2013.
  • Florida Motorcycle License: Update your state motorcycle license, learn about traffic laws, and pay any traffic tickets online at the Florida Department of Motor Vehicles website.
  • Florida Rider Training Program: Find local training centers where you can complete the motorcycle safety course required by Florida law before you ever hit the open road on your bike.
  • Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Motorcycle Helmet Q&A: Get answers about the effectiveness of motorcycle helmets, whether certain types of helmets are better than others, and the ways that helmets can prevent injuries and save lives.
  • Motorcycle Safety Guide: Learn about the public health significance of motorcycle crashes, the best way to protect yourself while riding a motorcycle, and how Florida compares to other states in motorcycle crash-related costs.
  • The Hurt Report Summary: Read the findings of the landmark motorcycle safety study, such as the top causes of motorcycle accidents and the most effective ways for motorcyclists to avoid accidents.

Drunk Driving Accident Resources

Employment Dispute Resources

Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect Resources

  • Clearinghouse on Abuse and Neglect of the Elderly (CANE): This computerized catalog allows you to search more than 6,000 entries related to elder abuse, neglect, and other conditions that can affect mistreatment of the elderly.
  • National Center on Elder Abuse (NCEA): The NCEA is national resource center dedicated to preventing the mistreatment of elders. NCEA provides important information to elders and their families—including access to abuse hotline phone numbers, state resources, and information about Adult Protective Services.
  • Administration on Aging: Find out more about this government agency dedicated to promoting the development of home and community-based long-term care that is open to the needs of older people and their caregivers.
  • Eldercare Locator: This nationwide public service, provided by the Administration on Aging, allows you to find information on senior services in your area.
  • Florida Agency for Health Care Administration Nursing Home Guide: This valuable resource allows you to search Florida nursing homes by geographic region and characteristics, such as special services or accepted forms of payment. You also can find other important information such as inspection details, reported citations, and whether or not a facility is operating under bankruptcy protection.
  • Florida Department of Elder Affairs Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program: Florida’s long-term care ombudsmen are volunteers who dedicate thousands of hours each year supporting elders living in nursing homes. They make it their mission to advocate for elders’ personal health, safety, welfare, and rights.
  • Florida Senior Companion Program: Florida Senior Companion volunteers assist frail elders with everyday activities such as shopping, meal preparation, and transportation—as well as providing companionship and advocacy. Volunteers in the Senior Companion program are seniors themselves, and their work helps keep elders in the community active and engaged.

Brain Injury Resources

Social Security Disability Resources

  • Social Security Administration: The official Social Security website for online services and information provided by the U.S. government.
  • The official benefits website of the U.S. government that provides information regarding which government benefits you may be eligible to receive.
  • The U.S. federal government website for information on disability programs and services nationwide that connects people with disability to helpful resources such as how to apply for disability benefits, find a job, get healthcare, or pay for accessible housing.
  • The U.S. government website for enrolling in the Health Insurance Marketplace, obtaining information about the Affordable Care Act, and regulatory and policy information.
  • This website is a product of the congressionally chartered Federal Financial Literacy and Education Commission to strengthen financial capability and increase access to financial services for all Americans.
  • This website provides information on how to get financial assistance from the government, as well as resources on drug and health conditions.

Truck Accident Resources

Drugs & Product Recall Resources

  • Government Recalls: Online resource for the latest recall information covering consumer products, motor vehicles, boats, food, medicine, cosmetics, and environmental products.
  • FDA Center for Drug Evaluation and Research: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s website that provides regulatory information and updates on public health advisories.
  • FDA MedWatch: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s gateway for clinically important safety information and reporting serious problems with human medical products.
  • FDA Safety Announcements: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s resource for location safety alerts, drug labeling changes and other FDA safety-related information.
  • Rx List: Provides an online database of drugs and their generic names, supplements, diseases, and a symptom checker.
  • S. Consumer Products Safety Commission: Review recent product recalls, regulations, laws, and standards, research statistics, and safety education.
  • MedicineNet: Provides easy to understand information on medications, diseases, conditions, and procedures. Also features informative articles and a medical dictionary.
  • Merck Publications Online: Provides a collection of searchable medical manuals published by Merck.
  • This website provides information on how to get financial assistance from the government, as well as resources on drug and health conditions.

Hillsborough County Resources

Pinellas County Resources

Also be sure to reference our Personal Injury FAQ page to see answers to frequently asked questions.