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Our Warmest Wishes for a Happy Thanksgiving

11/25/2015
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It is the time of year to give thanks among family and friends for the many blessings that have been bestowed upon us in this country.   This year, many of us will be traveling to destinations near and far to be with loved ones, about 42 million of us, according […]

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Discovery, New Rules and a Need for Transparency

11/4/2015
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In a lawsuit the discovery process should allow each party to explore evidence in the possession of opposing parties, which may assist in proving their respective claims. The defendant is at an advantage in this process, since they typically possess the bulk of documents, data and other evidence. Their familiarity […]

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Do You Know — Escaping a sinking vehicle

11/4/2015
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I can still remember being in high school and discovering a small orange hammer in my friend’s car. Her father had given it to her to use on one of the windows should the vehicle somehow become submerged under water. At the time I couldn’t imagine a situation where that […]

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Takata Recall expands to include 2016 Honda CR-V

11/2/2015
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The sweeping Takata airbag recall, the largest in automotive history, has involved over 19 million cars manufactured by twelve automakers. The recall has surrounded faulty airbags that, sometimes, have resulted in serious injuries to vehicle occupants due to airbag module ruptures which sent shrapnel exploding from the air bag module […]

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Florida Traffic Fatalities Rising — What can you do?

10/19/2015
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Traffic fatalities are on the rise both nationally and in Florida.  Unfortunately, during the first six months of 2015 there have been 18, 630 fatal car crashes nationally. It should be very concerning to all Floridians that the Sunshine State ranks 3rd in total number of fatal crashes and 2nd […]

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A Lawyer Returns to the Blogosphere

10/6/2015
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I stopped blogging after the Florida Bar’s Standing Committee on Advertising found that a statement of opinion posted on a law firm’s website, such as “tort reform benefits insurers,” violated Florida Bar Rule 4-7.13, since it was not “objectively verifiable.”  My firm promptly filed a federal lawsuit to challenge this […]

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