Family Member Injured In A Nursing Home?

You may have a case.  At Zele Huber Trial Attorneys we have years of experience helping victims of nursing home negligence and abuse. Let us explain your rights.  Time is not on your side.  Please contact us today for a free consultation.

The Florida Legislature is Considering More Restrictions on Medical Error Claims

If the proposed legislation passes, to see a physician a patient may be forced to sign what some have called “One-sided Arbitration Agreements” which among other things could limit the amount of recovery available to the injured patient regardless of the egregiousness of the medical error.   To learn more click the following link:  

Attorney Daniel Zuniga Joins Zele Huber

We are excited to announce that attorney Daniel Zuniga has joined our firm as an associate.  Before Joining Zele Huber, Dan worked for Lytal, Reiter for 3 years assisting the victims of negligence.  Prior to Lytal, Reiter, Dan worked for an insurance defense firm where he gained valuable insight into the practices of the insurance… Read more »

Where to Find Important Recall Information

If you’re wondering if your car, child seat, tires or even the school bus your child is riding in has been subject to a recall, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) maintains a website called that provides recall information including vehicle and equipment campaigns from 1966 to present. The campaigns include motor vehicle products which… Read more »

6 Questions You Need To Ask Before Choosing An Attorney

Choosing an attorney or law firm to represent you is a big decision.  How can you be sure the firm you choose truly has your best interests at heart?  Before you sign a contract with a personal injury attorney ask the following questions:   1.       Does the attorney’s contract guarantee in writing that their law… Read more »

Bad Faith Law

“Bad Faith” law describes a cause of action that an insured person or business has against their own insurance company when their insurance company fails to act in their best interest in resolving a claim against them.  The failure by the insurance company to act in “good faith” when handling the claim can result in… Read more »

Major Changes to Auto Insurance Could be Coming to Florida

Major changes to Florida’s Personal Injury Protection insurance (Florida No-Fault) may be coming soon.  A bill revising PIP to only cover emergency care and treatment that is received within three (3) days of the accident has been approved by a House Committee.  To see more about the proposed changes and to better understand how they… Read more »