The adrenaline, shock and potential external or internal injury people experience as a consequence of a car accident could obstruct reason. People tend to get emotional, fearful and chaotic because they might not know how to manage a car accident scene and what to do next. But this is exactly when it is important to remain calm. Here is what you should do after a car accident.
Medical professionals are usually trained to provide excellent care to patients, especially considering the fact that human lives are directly correlated to the way they act while on duty.
The Law Offices of Vastola & Associates are investigating cases involving complications with polymethyl methacrylate, commonly known as bone cement.
None of us plans to be in a car accident. They range from unfortunate fender benders to major ordeals, but you should prepare yourself with the following mental check list of what to do, and not to do, if you end up in a car accident.
The Law Offices of Vastola & Associates are investigating cases involving complications of Inferior Vena Cava Filters, commonly known as IVC Filters.
Here are 5 questions you should ask your injury lawyer before they take your case:
I wasn’t going to do it. It was just crazy stupid. We didn’t have the resources. The hearing was in 20 hours, and that just wasn’t enough time to put a case together. And yet, knowing that there were life or death consequences, how could I tell the young mother and little boy sitting in front of me that they would have to face this trial on their own?
We are excited to announce the opening of our immigration practice here at Law Offices of Vastola & Associates!
Did you know that every State has the right to enact its own tort laws? One such law is whether or not a person can recover for injuries caused by him or herself.
Seeking a divorce? Think you might be eligible to receive or be forced to pay alimony? You might be interested to know that major alimony reform is scheduled to take place beginning October 1, 2015.
Expungement: Know Your Rights In Stuart, Florida with Attorney Jeff Vastola
This next topic is a local favorite. Every time I mentioned this one on the radio people came out of the woodwork to find out more. Now that you are on the edge of your seat I suppose I should tell you what it is.
Due to a recent media frenzy involving a popular singer charged with assault, I was asked to give an opinion as to the likelihood that the State can prosecute a defendant when the star witness decides not to testify.
“How do I prepare for a deposition?” The process can sound scary to anyone who is not familiar with it, but a deposition is simply the attorney’s opportunity to query for more information.
Are you wondering if that release you signed for the local gym membership or your kid’s new sports league is valid? Here’s the scoop on the subject.
Did you know that if you own your marital property in the form of joint ownership with rights of survivorship those assets are not protected from the creditor of your spouse?
Did you know that there is fast, cheap and easy way to get a divorce if you qualify? It’s called a Simplified Dissolution and it is available throughout Florida.
Have you ever wondered what is a Power of Attorney? If so, sit right there for just a minute and I will explain.
Did you know that the right to a fair and impartial jury is guaranteed by both the Federal and State Constitutions? You may have heard that in your civics class or somewhere else along the way, but do you really know what that means?
I was interviewed recently regarding a defamation case. Although the interview went well, I didn’t have nearly enough time to fully explain the details of a defamation case so I thought it would be a good idea to spend a little more time on it now. So here goes.
For those of you that don’t already know, the castle doctrine is a legal term pertaining to self defense, and the protection of others, when you are in your home or any other place where you have the right to be.