Monthly Archives: December 2018
A serious dog attack incident involving a little girl in Florida has unfortunately left her in critical condition. Three-year-old Alyssa Bartolotta was with her aunt, who was visiting a friend, when a dog ran out of the front door and grabbed her by the face. She was airlifted to Arnold Palmer Children’s Hospital in… Read More »
String Of Tragic Deaths Involving Children Left In Hot Cars Continues In Florida—Do Families Have The Right To Bring Wrongful Death Claims Against Parents & Others Responsible?
News of two children tragically dying after being left in hot cars has dominated news headlines here in Florida of late. It is difficult for people to understand how it is possible for a parent to leave their child in a hot car, and there is no question that the mother accused as being… Read More »
Many citizens in Florida are still in shock after the harrowing announcement made by state officials that Carlton Palms—a home for the disabled—was officially shut down due to reports of severe abuse, rape, and death. The facility – run for years by Bellwether Behavioral Health – was the only facility in Central Florida licensed… Read More »