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Five Reasons to Hire a Florida Personal Injury Attorney

Published at December 15, 2015 by administrator.

Personal injuries run the gamut from car accidents to slipping on some milk in a grocery store to being bit by that scary neighborhood dog down the block. These cases can be long and drawn out because of various issues.

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Quick Stats For Texting And Driving

Published at January 26, 2015 by administrator.

One of the most common reasons that drivers are distracted is due to text messages. Over the past few years, new laws have been created to prevent people from texting and driving. There are also commercial campaigns to stop people from texting and driving. Many high schools have students sign a pledge, agreeing not to […]

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Top South Florida Court Cases of 2014

Published at January 22, 2015 by administrator.

People get arrested every day. A lot of those people’s cases subsequently go to court. Occasionally, those cases have an impact outside of just the plaintiff and defendant. Let’s take a look at some of the more jaw-dropping cases that took place in South Florida in 2014. 1. Miami Lakes Mayor Michael Pizzi sued Gov Rick […]

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How to Avoid Rush Hour Traffic Accidents

Published at January 19, 2015 by administrator.

Traffic accidents are stressful. Life is busy enough that dealing with a car accident can be both emotionally and financially draining. In cities such as Miami, Florida, rush hour is the most common time for car accidents. Rush hour tends to be during the hours most residents are either leaving for work or coming back […]

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Ten Laws Passed in 2014 You Might Want to Know About

Published at January 15, 2015 by administrator.

Although the U.S Congress has been largely unable to pass significant new legislation in recent years, individual states have been very active in the passage and enacting of laws to serve and protect the public. The following state laws went into effect January 1, 2015 and could signal legal trends that will affect the nation […]

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Representing Yourself in the Court of Law

Published at January 13, 2015 by administrator.

  The American judicial system is established in such a way that individuals can access justice even if they lack the rigorous educational and professional requirements to practice law by choosing to represent themselves. However, simply because individuals can represent themselves does not mean that they necessarily should. There is some information available online, but […]

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Pros and Cons of Owning a Motorcycle in Florida

Published at January 12, 2015 by administrator.

Owning and riding a motorcycle is an American pastime, a rite of passage. Saddling up on your bike, with just the wind and road surrounding you, the feeling of freedom is breathtaking and exciting. For people living in Florida, especially down south where the weather is perfect most of the year, owning a motorcycle can […]

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Ditch Your Texting and Driving Habit Today!

Published at January 8, 2015 by administrator.

Pay attention while driving it might save your life! Texting and driving at the same time is a crime that often goes unpunished. The passiveness of the driving and texting laws across the country is certainly an issue, as there have been thousands of accidental deaths due to people paying more attention to their phones than the road. […]

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Top Ten Reasons You Shouldn’t Handle Your Own Personal Injury Case

Published at January 5, 2015 by administrator.

1. You are not a lawyer You need to make sure that you have someone with legal experience on your side. People who represent themselves in court only win in the movies. 2. You need evidence You may not be able to get all the evidence you need to back up your case. Your lawyer […]

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Top 10: Most Violent and Safest Cities in America

Published at December 29, 2014 by administrator.

Every state has its good and bad cities, the places locals like to visit and the places they avoid the moment the sun ducks below the skyline. Many factors contribute to crime rates being higher or lower in certain areas, with time also playing it’s part; a city that’s crime rate is high today may have […]

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