Personal Injury Attorney Matt White Launches Spine Revitalizer

Attorney Matt White and his Revitalizing Creation

By DOTTIE PARIS, TFLJ Features Editor -- The expression "No Pain, No Gain" has a special meaning for personal injury lawyer Matt White. After suffering a debilitating back injury, White devoted every spare minute to research, and he created Spine Revitalizer, a nutraceutical product that helps heal those with similar injuries. "My injury was like an electric current that rushed up my back,"  White said.  "It was terrible.  I drove  home and got out of the car and the minute I stood up, I knew something had happened.  The pain would come and go. For a  few weeks the pain go away, but it would come back. It got to the point where I remember being on the den floor and couldn't move." It got to the point where he couldn't pick up his baby, and that's when he went to talk to a surgeon. The prospects were not good. "After the surgeon told me … [Read more...]

Schatzman named to Miami President’s Council

Robert Schatzman

Robert “Bobby” A. Schatzman, attorney in the Miami office of GrayRobinson, P.A., has been selected to join the University of Miami President’s Council, a group of alumni who serve as ambassadors for the university and provide their assistance through various leadership contributions and resource support. Schatzman has concentrated his practice primarily on bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, as well as banking and finance for over 35 years. His experience includes litigating and defending Chapter 5 and Chapter 11 causes of action, representing creditors and debtors’ committees and sophisticated out-of-court workouts. In addition, he serves as a mediator on the Bankruptcy Court panel of Mediation in Delaware. Schatzman was the recipient of the Presidents’ Cup Award provided by the Commercial Law League of America. He also holds membership to a number of professional … [Read more...]

Passage of a ‘Caylee’s law’ no Sure Thing in Florida Senate

By DARA KAM Palm Beach Post Staff Writer TALLAHASSEE — Prompted by an outraged public after a jury cleared Casey Anthony of killing her 2-year-old daughter Caylee, Florida lawmakers this summer filed more than a half-dozen bills imposing jail sentences or fines for failing to report a child missing. But on Monday, a Senate select committee headed by state Sen. Joe Negron began examining whether Florida laws need to be changed at all or if enough protections against abuse and neglect are already on the books. Negron cautioned against allowing emotions to prevail in crafting legislation and instead urged cooler heads to prevail. … [Read more...]

Lawyer Coach gives advice to make attorneys face their fears

Conquer Your Fears and Take a Leap By Martha Newman, J.D., PCC, TopLawyerCoach, LLC … [Read more...]

Married couple killed in crash were heading home from birthday parties

Roberts was paralegal at King Law Firm By Karen Voyles Staff writer A husband and wife killed in a head-on crash Saturday night were on their way home after a day of attending two birthday parties, including that of the man's 6-year-old son. Shelley Mohan-Bell Roberts, 40, and Tracey Lee "Sharky" Roberts, 43, were both pronounced dead at the scene of the 11 p.m. crash near the intersection of U.S. 27 and Northwest 154th Avenue Road, according to Florida Highway Patrol reports. Leonel Hernandez-Ocampo, 35, of Williston, who was traveling north in the southbound lane of U.S. 27 in a 1998 Jeep, was arrested Monday and charged with two counts of vehicular homicide and one count of driving without a driver's license. … [Read more...]