No doubt about it, the Fourth of July is a time to celebrate. From backyard BBQs to fireworks shows and block-parties, the Fourth is a time to relax with friends and family. Unfortunately, the Fourth of July holiday also sees an increase in personal injury claims every year. It can even become tragic, as the

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Nobody wants to see a notice of construction defects. If you’re a developer or contractor, you don’t want to be accused of faulty construction and if you’re a property owner, you don’t want to deal with damages and costs associated with construction defects. While the process can be a hassle for property owners and investors,

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Summer is in full swing and everyone wants to enjoy some fun in the sun. Florida is a favorite summer vacation spot for many road-trippers. However, increased traffic on the road mixed with 90 degree heat can leave you feeling on edge. As such a popular destination, Florida is no stranger to gridlock and heavy

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Venus Williams involved in a wrongful death suit In a high-profile case, tennis star Venus Williams is in the midst of a multi-million dollar wrongful death suit for auto negligence. In June, the tennis player was involved in car accident with an elderly couple at an intersection in Palm Beach Gardens. The accident proved fatal

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A TECO power plant in Apollo Beach is the focus of scrutiny after an accident caused injury to workers, in some cases resulting in death. The incident has stirred widespread public attention and many are raising concerns that lawmakers and regulators need to take action. TECO Powerplant Accident If you’re a Tampa Bay resident, then

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Summer is here! It’s that time of year again: school’s out, vacation days are set, and you’re ready to kick back and relax with friends in family. If you’re in Tampa Bay, then it’s time to start hitting the beach or getting out on the Hillsborough River! While summer is, for must of us, our

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Personal injury victims that were affected by faulty Takata airbags have been included as official claimants in the company’s bankruptcy suit. Due to the widespread and severe damages caused by the faulty airbags, court officials found they had a significant financial stake in Takata’s dissolution. Takata filed their bankruptcy in direct relation to the billions

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Despite a nation-wide shortage, Florida’s construction workforce remains relatively strong. Among 42 states that have added construction jobs over the past year, Florida had some of the highest growth numbers. With 31,000 jobs added between May 2016 and May 2017, Florida followed only California in number of construction jobs added. Despite high numbers in Florida’s

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Last week, the Florida Supreme Court overturned existing legislation placing caps on how much medical malpractice plaintiffs are entitled to in pain-and-suffering damages. In 2003, the controversial cap was applied to non-economic damages in medical malpractice cases to address a growing “medical malpractice insurance crisis”. It seems this decision remained in controversy; the legislation was

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There’s no doubt about it: we’re living in an age of technology. What’s the most prevalent application of all this current technology? Social media. We’ve all got them: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter; chances are, if you own a computer or smartphone, you’ve got at least one social media account. Even businesses have hopped on the social

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