Posted on behalf of Gordon & Doner on Feb 23, 2017 in Firm News
Gordon & Doner is pleased to award its 2016 Scholarship for Collegiate Academic Success to Emanuel Mara, an accomplished senior at Saint Johns River State College.
Mara currently maintains a 4.0 grade point average as a full-time student who is involved… Read More
For the third consecutive year, helicopter accidents and related fatalities have declined in the United States. According to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the rate of helicopter accidents in 2016 fell to 3.19 incidents per 100,000 hours in… Read More
An increasing number of accidents are caused by debris on the road. Broward and Miami Dade Counties have experienced a 60 percent increase in road debris accidents in the last four years, according to a recent study.
Road debris accidents are not a new… Read More
Fault, also called liability, indicates who holds legal responsibility for an accident. Fault can be complicated to determine, but in many cases depends on if someone acted carelessly or negligently.
Most accidents result from someone acting carelessly… Read More
Dealing with an insurance company after an accident can be frustrating. The often complex process can make it seem like there is no one on your side and like your claim will never be approved.
In some situations, in which an insurance company is acting… Read More
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is urging parents to immediately stop using homeopathic teething tablets containing belladonna because they pose an unnecessary risk to infants and children.
The agency has confirmed that certain homeopathic… Read More
This Sunday, fans across the country will gather to cheer on their favorite team in the 51st Super Bowl. In preparation for these celebrations, which often involve alcohol, local safety officials have teamed up with the National Highway Traffic Safety… Read More
Traffic deaths have decreased seven percent in states that require ignition interlock devices for first-time drunk driving offenders, according to a recent study conducted by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Interlock devices require… Read More
After years of waiting, veterans who were exposed to contaminated water while at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina may now be eligible to receive veterans’ disability benefits.
The Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA) has updated is regulations for presumptive… Read More
A new report released in January showed that Florida is one of the most dangerous states for pedestrians, according to Smart Growth America, a national advocate for smart development.
The report, titled “Dangerous by Design” reveals that between 2005… Read More
Settlement for a 54-year-old woman who suffered brain damage during a hip replacement surgery because the anesthesiologist failed to recognize that her respiratory levels had significantly dropped for nine minutes during the surgical procedure.