Welcome to The Eberst Law Firm BlogWelcome to The Eberst Law Firm Blog. Here you will find more information on accidents, injuries, personal injury law, updates from around the Florida personal injury industry, as well as relevant recent court cases and so much more. We thank you for taking the time to read a few article; who knows, maybe you'll find something worth sharing.
Injuries Caused by Anesthesia Related Medical Malpractice We all rely on a host of medical professionals to provide medical treatment and services. These can range from operating complicated medical imaging devices to filling out prescriptions with many of these...read more
Florida Hurricanes and Insurance Claim Denials Once again we have entered into Florida’s rainy season where our state experiences truly massive amounts of storms. As a consequence of this season, Floridians also experience the destructive power of hurricanes that...read more
Evidence and Investigation of Semi-Truck Accident Causes Semi-truck accidents are an inevitability on the roads of this country and we must all endeavor to do our best when it comes to helping minimize instances of these accidents. However, despite your best efforts,...read more
Nursing Homes and Sexual Abuse of Residents Nursing homes are essential for many families with elderly members that have reached an age where they can no longer take care of themselves. Families can often neither afford to provide everyday care for these elderly loved...read more
Were you injured by a Florida driver who was high on marijuana? It can be challenging to keep track of the laws regulating marijuana, especially since the laws are constantly changing, laws vary from state to state, and medical marijuana was recently just legalized in...read more
The Aftermath of a Motorcycle Accident as a Passenger Motorcycling is a pastime enjoyed by many across the country. Like many enjoyable pastimes, it is only natural that people would want to share it with their friends and family. Many motorcyclists do so by bringing...read more