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Tibia fractures after a Florida accident

Tibial Fractures After an Accident If you have been injured in an accident, and you have been told that you have tibia fracture, or what is called the shin bone, you may have several questions that have yet to be asked. For example, you may not know when you will be able to return to [..]

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What You Need to Know About a Florida False Arrest Claim

I receive a lot of phone calls from folks who want to file a civil rights because they were wrongfully arrested. If you were wrongfully arrested in Florida you may be able to file two false arrest claims: (1) A federal civil rights claim; and (2) a state law tort claim. The legal issue in [..]

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Will Sager’s Children End Up Challenging His Will?

Basketball announcer Craig Sager’s will issues have hit the Twittersphere. The blogs, news reports and tweets say that Sager’s surviving spouse is taking his children from a prior marriage to court over his will. A number of reports attempted to sensationalize the reports by tying the fact that Craig’s son, Craig, Jr. was written out [..]

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Rear End Crashes in Leesburg, Florida

Rear-end crashes in Leesburg, Florida happen pretty frequently. The most common causes of these rear-end collisions are young drivers mixed with older retired drivers, driver distraction, heavy traffic and tailgating. So, what happens after a rear-end car accident and how is fault determined? To find out more, keep reading. Frequent causes of rear-end accidents? The [..]

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3 Risks of a Florida Personal Injury Trial

If you are injured in a Florida accident, here are the three risks of taking your matter to trial. The legal system aspires to produce certain and repeatable results. If you have two Florida personal injury matters with similar facts, say a rear-end car crash, resulting in a shoulder surgery, and arguably they should reach [..]

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Uber Accidents

Leesburg FL Uber Accident Lawyer   Uber Accident Attorney in Leesburg, Florida Florida is a No-Fault-Based System Florida follows a no-fault based auto accident system. This basically means that if you are involved in a car accident, your initial medical bills are submitted to your own auto-insurance company. Don’t be worried about this, your insurance [..]

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