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What Are the Motorcycle Helmet Laws in Florida?

For many Floridians, there’s nothing better than hitting the open road on a motorcycle. It’s a unique feeling of freedom that you just can’t get from behind the wheel of a car. But motorcycles come with their own set of dangers. There are no seatbelts, no roll cages and no airbags to help cushion the Read More

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Do’s and Don’ts in the Aftermath of a Car Crash

In the moments after a motor vehicle crash, it can be difficult to gather your thoughts and understand what to do and not to do. Still, there are many seemingly small things you can say or do that could affect an insurance claim or personal injury lawsuit that stems from the wreck. Here are some Read More

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What Does It Take to Prove Liability in a Florida Slip and Fall Case?

Commercial and residential property owners have a duty of care to those who have the legal right to be on their premises. That means they are responsible for taking the necessary steps to fix and prevent potentially dangerous conditions on their properties. When owners of businesses and private residences fail to maintain safe premises, slip Read More

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How You Can Recover Damages for Car Crash Injuries Under Florida’s No-Fault Law

If you sustained injuries in a car accident in Florida, you may think that you need to sue the other driver in order to get compensation for medical bills and property damage. But Florida is among a small number of states with a no-fault auto insurance law. That means when a driver in Florida is Read More

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What Business Owners Should Know About Contracts and Negotiations

Businesses are only as successful as the contracts that bind their operations. While many business owners consider drafting contracts and negotiating them to be tedious, smart business owners know it’s important to pay attention to every detail. Each and every word matters and will influence the contract’s interpretation and legality. Both parties involved in a Read More

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Why Estate Plans Are Important and Shouldn’t Be Delayed

Many people find it difficult to think about what will happen to their estates after they die. Some are consumed by planning for the immediate future, whether it’s purchasing a new car, scheduling a vacation or buying a home. Others just don’t want to face the fact that their lives will eventually come to an Read More

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Tampa Ranks High on Pedestrian Deaths from Car Crashes

Despite Florida spending millions of dollars on education and public safety campaigns, the state is home to hundreds of pedestrian deaths every year, many of which result from car accidents. According to an ABC Action News review conducted earlier this year, which reviewed data covering the Tampa Bay area, at least one pedestrian is hit Read More

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Elderly Floridians Still Vulnerable in Guardianship System

Florida’s sunshine, beaches and low taxes attract retirees who are happy to leave their parkas and snow shovels behind in exchange for year-round warmth and worry-free condo living. The golden years, however, can be anything but for Florida seniors who become victimized by Florida’s guardianship laws. These laws allow anyone to petition the court for Read More

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Four Steps to Take After a Car Accident

The Tampa area is particularly beautiful this time of year, with spring and summer bringing peak tourism to our white sand beaches and family-friendly theme parks. Unfortunately, an influx of vacationers adds to traffic on already heavily traveled roads, and that increase can lead to a car or motorcycle accident for residents and tourists alike, Read More

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Is Tampa’s Real Estate Market Finally Shifting in Buyers’ Favor?

The Tampa real estate market continued to grow in 2018. Analysts forecast the rate of price increases to slow in 2019, making Tampa a bit more of a buyer’s market than it was in 2018. That said, housing inventory in Tampa is still low, so buyers will still have to pound the pavement to find Read More

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