HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS 2019 – Part II

PROTECTING YOUR LEGAL DOCUMENTS You probably have an emergency preparedness plan to protect your home and your family in the event of a hurricane, but do you have a plan […]

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HARRY REID AND YOU

HARRY REID AND YOU

9th Jul 2019 Comments Off on HARRY REID AND YOU

Harry Reid, the former Senate Majority, made headlines for something other than politics. He sued the manufacturer of an exercise band for negligence and failure to warn the public that […]

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HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS 2019

HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS 2019

5th Jul 2019 Comments Off on HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS 2019

Floridians know well that with each new year comes another hurricane season. If you’ve been through a hurricane before, you probably think you know what to expect. However, whether you’re […]

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Not-So-Independent Medical Examinations

What are Independent Medical Examinations (IMEs)?  During your personal injury case, an Independent Medical Examination may be requested of you and its findings may be used. An IME is an […]

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Don’t Drive Distracted

There’s a problem on Florida’s roads. In 2018, according to the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (HSMV), there were 1,671 citations given by law enforcement for distracted driving. In 2015, […]

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Safety Checks

When it comes to making New Year’s resolutions, personal injury needs to be on your list. Here are five easy things you can do in 2019, and all five can […]

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What Rights Do Tenants Have After A Natural Disaster?

Hurricane Irma is gone but the widespread damage in her wake has homeowners and renters questioning what to do next. Who is responsible for repairs? What happens if the property […]

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Hurricane Matthew Emergency Kit

As Hurricane Matthew draws closer to Florida’s coast, make sure you are prepared for the storm. Meteorologists are calling for widespread power outages, intense winds, flooding, and tons of rain. […]

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