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Personal Injury

Why You Should Never Put Your Feet On The Dashboard

We’ve all done it – especially as a front seat passenger on long road trips. You get restless, your legs might even feel tingly or fall asleep, so you prop them up on the dashboard for a little relief. But what happens if you’re in an accident? In a split

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Need to Know

What Safety Features Should I Look for in Buying a Car?

Buying a car involves making big decisions; You have to find the right model, maybe get financing, and even pick the right color. But what about those advanced safety features that could save your life? Where is that on your list? Driving my kids around? You’re driving a tank. Safety

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Need to Know

Is a Larger Firm Better Than a Smaller Firm?

Is It Better to Hire a Big Law Firm? The short answer is: it depends. For most car accidents, it is not always better to hire a large firm over a smaller or boutique law firm. The service is better with smaller firms. The argument that the small firm lawyers

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Insurance

Can I Get Compensation for Pain and Suffering After a Car Accident?

Yes, you can get compensation for pain and suffer on top of the medical bills (past, present, and future), lost wages (past, present, and future), loss of consortium, emotional distress, mental anguish and any other item we can calculate a person endures after being injured by the negligence of the

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Need to Know

How to Find the Best Lawyer Near You

What Steps to Take to Find a Good Lawyer to Help You With Your Legal Case There is a saying in law school that says ‘He who represents himself, has a fool for a client.’ Even if your legal situation is not complex or involve lots of money, you should

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Bicycle and helmet laying in the street after an accident
Pedestrian & Bicycle Accidents

Which Direction Do Bicycles Need to Travel on the Road?

Under Florida Statutes § 316.2065, bicycles must travel with the flow of traffic (with traffic). This means that if the lane of travel that the bicycle occupies is meant for vehicles to go south, the bicyclist needs to be traveling southbound also. Why Should a Bicycle Travel With Traffic? Bicyclists

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Pedestrian & Bicycle Accidents

How Prevalent Are Pedestrian Deaths?

More walkers are dying in Florida than anywhere else in the U.S. It pays to be alert and know how to stay safe. If you live in the Tampa Bay area, your risk of being hit while walking is frighteningly high. When it comes to pedestrian deaths, this area tops

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