Who comes to mind when you think of famous personal injury cases?
In this episode, we take a look into some notable personal injury cases that have occurred in pop culture. Join us as we reveal the legal drama and real-life consequences for celebs like Gwyneth Paltrow, Michael Phelps, and Dr. Phil McGraw.
Christina and Julie discuss:
How surveillance cameras and the difference between them can affect investigations
The case of comedian Tracy Morgan and the Walmart truck driver who had been driving for allegedly over 24 hours
Some key details about the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Act
The case of a well-known talk show host who tried to bribe the victim of a dog bite
In March 2023, Florida introduced new legislation related to personal injury law. The changes represent a significant shift in the legal landscape, and we need to talk about it!
Tune in to hear the new law’s key provisions and its potential impact on accident victims and their ability to seek compensation. Plus we share our thoughts, and feelings on how the new legislation will affect Law Powered By Women, our partners, and most importantly, our clients.
Join us as we get candid about:
How the legislation changes will impact injury law in the state of Florida
What do these changes mean for clients that are currently working with injury attorneys
The impact this has on accident victims and their ability to seek compensation
How the process of filing a claim will change for victims
Everyone loves Girl Scout Cookies! Do you have a favorite?
In this episode, Christina and Julie speak with four members of the Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida (GSGCF); Ashley Gill, Kelly McGraw, Allyson and Adelyanna.
Listen in as they discuss what goes into selling the famous cookies, the different badges, rewards and adventures the girls can earn, and how you can donate to charities through their program initiatives.
Go behind the scenes as the Girl Scouts discuss:
The various programs available to assist with raising funds
How troops set sales goals and how they are rewarded when they achieve them
How they’ve updated their payment methods through credit and online orders
Growing up, Ashley Gill was first a Brownie and then a Junior Girl Scout. After getting her daughter, Allyson involved in the Girl Scouts, she decided to return herself…this time as a volunteer troop leader.
As a girl, Kelly McGraw spent eight years as a Girl Scout where she enjoyed camping and the trips and adventures. After a stint with working with the Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore, she made the move to Florida and ended up joining the Girl Scouts yet again. This time with the Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida as its Director of Member Experience.
There have been plenty of personal injury cases that receive public attention for how mindless they seem.
But why do the victims push for a lawsuit?
In this episode, Christina Goldberg and Julie Luhrsen discuss personal injury law and why it seems to thrive in the state of Florida. They also discuss cases that received public attention and highlight the details the everyday person could overlook.
Julie and Christina discuss:
The possible reasons why personal injury law is thriving in Florida
The varying requirements for vehicle insurance and liability policies throughout the United States
The McDonald’s personal injury case which received public attention
What you have to look forward to in future episodes of the show