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  • Common Crashes in the Capital City
    Common Crashes in the Capital City

    Observations of a Tallahassee Car Accident Attorney After five years of practicing personal injury law in Tallahassee, Florida, I’ve noticed that car accidents happen in the same spots in Tallahassee ...

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  • Case Study: Condo Slip and Fall
    Case Study: Condo Slip and Fall

    A few years back, I had a client who slipped and fell on condensation in the lobby of a condominium complex. The floor was tile and the lobby had no air conditioning to speak of. Talk about a recipe ...

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  • What you need to know about the proposed changes to the car insurance requirements in Florida
    What you need to know about the proposed changes to the car insurance requirements in Florida

    The Florida Legislature is considering changing the minimum security requirements for Florida motor vehicle insurance policies. What does that mean? The type of automobile insurance coverage you are ...

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  • New Year Adulting Tips From An Attorney: Review your Insurance Policies
    New Year Adulting Tips From An Attorney: Review your Insurance Policies

    Did you know that if you make a mistake on your insurance policy application the insurance company could deny you coverage? You likely would not find this out until after you, or someone else, tried ...

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  • Has Your Child Been Negligently Injured?
    Has Your Child Been Negligently Injured?

    Injuries caused by negligence don’t just happen to adults. Unfortunately, sometimes children are injured by the negligent actions of others. However, minors in Florida cannot bring their own personal ...

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  • Has Your Child Been Negligently Injured? Read This
    Has Your Child Been Negligently Injured? Read This

    Injuries caused by negligence don’t just happen to adults. Unfortunately, sometimes children are injured by the negligent actions of others. However, minors in Florida cannot bring their own personal ...

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