Our Focus Is Our Clients

blog

Since 1974, the law offices of Parvey & Frankel have been serving the Fort Myers – Cape Coral area; seeking the justice and entitlements of those who have been wronged. Our firm prides itself on being #1 in customer service by providing our clients a level of understanding like no other and offering 24/7 access […]

....

Read More

April is Distracted Driving Month

blog

Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles has declared April is distracted driving month and we join them in increasing awareness of the common distracted driving habits that many of us are guilty of. There are several different ways to drive distracted. Visually – Anything that takes your eyes off the road. Manually – Taking your […]

....

Read More

Jet Ski Safety

blog

Jet skis are designed for fun in the sun and on the waves and allow you the freedom to explore places that boats can’t reach, but sometimes they can cause fatal injuries to their passengers if operated improperly. Excessive speeds, recklessness and alcohol consumption are all common causes of jet ski accidents and can cause […]

....

Read More

Sharing the Road With Young Pedestrians-Back To School

blog

School is back in session! After a long nice summer, it’s now time for the kids to get back in the school spirit, where new opportunities will arise. In addition to getting them ready to go back, it’s important to take precautions measures on road for young pedestrians. School buses are now in route, picking up and dropping off […]

....

Read More

Industrial Equipment Defects

blog

When there’s a defect in the machine or equipment, a worker may be seriously injured if the machine malfunctions. Depending on the nature of the equipment, a worker could suffer serious burns, electrocution, broken limbs, head, neck and back injuries, or amputation. Injuries suffered because of defective heavy machinery or industrial equipment can be permanently […]

....

Read More

Lifting Injuries at Work

blog

Unfortunately, thousands of people each year file for workers’ compensation due to “lifting, placing, holding and lowering materials which cause compensable work injuries,” according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The federal government does not regulate workplace lifting limits. Employers are left to decide the guidelines needed to protect workers from injuries, and sometimes these […]

....

Read More

Pain In The Rear!

blog

Every 17 seconds, a rear-end collision occurs in the U.S, and, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, these are the most common occurring types of motor vehicle accidents. Important facts about rear-end collisions: One in every three traffic accidents in the U.S. is a rear-end collision. One unreported rear-end collision occurs in the U.S. […]

....

Read More

What is “Bad Faith?”

blog

Car accidents are instantly traumatic for both the victim and the person responsible, but the aftermath of injuries and damages can be even more grisly. With an injured neck and a damaged car, you exchange numbers with the other driver and agree to get your insurance companies involved. Now this is the part where all […]

....

Read More

How to Hire the Right Lawyers

blog

In your search for defense, hiring the right lawyer is key. Here are a few tips to help you along if you are seeking legal counsel. 1. Size matters. Law firms range in size from the very large to the very small. If you are looking to engage in a massive business merger, you may […]

....

Read More

Lifting Injuries at Work

blog

Unfortunately, thousands of people each year file for workers’ compensation due to “lifting, placing, holding and lowering materials which cause compensable work injuries,” according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The federal government does not regulate workplace lifting limits. Employers are left to decide the guidelines needed to protect workers from injuries, and sometimes these […]

....

Read More
← Older posts

Original text