We have all seen the “BABY ON BOARD” signs in cars. Maybe you even have one. While it may make the drivers around you more alert, there are also things you can do to help ensure your children are as safe as possible while in the car seat. Nance Cacciatore specializes in personal injury cases.
We are all too familiar with the tragedy of motorcycle accidents. Motorcycle accidents often have a sad ending, and it is usually the motorcyclist who has the most severe injuries. Motorcycle Accidents in Florida Unfortunately, according to abcactionnews.com, the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration reported that Florida leads the United States in motorcycle
Last month Nance Cacciatore posted a blog called, “What if my loved one is harmed in a nursing home?” We felt that it was important to post a follow-up blog to discuss the signs of elder abuse or neglect. If you become aware of any signs that your loved one is being abused or neglected
If you have a loved one in a care facility of any kind, then we, at Nance Cacciatore, know that this pandemic has been especially difficult for you and your family. Not being allowed to see your loved one for an extended period of time was something that you could have never foreseen. Making the
Board Certified is a term we hear, but what it means? We hear it used in terms of both attorneys and doctors. Let’s take a closer look at what it means to be board-certified and if it should matter to you, as the client. What Does Board Certified Mean? For a physician, board certification means
Many of our clients tell us that they don’t want their health insurance company to have to pay their medical bills when someone else is responsible. They’re often worried about their rates going up, or that an insurance company won’t pay the bill because it’s not their responsibility. So should health insurance pay your bills?