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Reasons to Call an Attorney After an Accident

Reasons to Call an Attorney After an Accident

Car accidents are scary, there is no doubt about it. When you first get into a car accident, you may be overwhelmed with adrenaline and may be unsure of what to do. The first step, make sure you and your passengers are okay. Your physical well-being is important to be addressed. Next, call 911. After that, however, you may need to call an attorney. Action Legal group wants to inform you on why calling an attorney after an accident is crucial.   1. Filing is Time Limited In fact, in Florida, you have 4 years from the date of your accident to file...

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Careless Driving vs Reckless Driving

Careless driving vs reckless driving

Although careless and reckless driving sound similar, they had differences when it comes to the law. If you are ever cited for either, you must understand exactly what the difference is. Action Legal Group will help you determine what careless driving vs reckless driving is.   What is Careless Driving? Careless driving means that the driver wasn’t intentionally trying to cause harm. However, the driver is still irresponsibly operating the car and could potentially cause danger. In the eyes of the law, careless driving isn’t as severe as reckless driving. A few examples of careless driving could be running a red light, not stopping...

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Tampa Auto Accident

Tampa Auto Accident

84-year-old Clearwater man has died from injuries in an auto accident in Tampa.   Friday morning around 7:35 a.m. a 21-year-old Tampa woman was driving on McMullen Booth Road south of Tampa Road, where her vehicle diverged over a raised center median and collided nearly head-on an SUV.   In the SUV, was a 79-year-old woman and an 84-year-old man. Everyone involved had serious severe injuries, sadly resulting in the death of the 84-year-old man.   Action Legal Group is fighting for you. Action Legal Group is prepared to put forth the resources to fight for the rights of innocent victims and their family members. If...

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Pedestrian Accidents in Florida

Pedestrian Accidents in Florida

Pedestrian Accidents are more common in Florida than you think. In popular, tourist areas like Florida, accidents can occur to pedestrians with a car, motorcycle, or scooter. Pedestrians are more at risk when it comes to an auto accident. With no protection, you are at greater possibility of being severely injured. Some of the accidents can be avoided, but let’s discuss the most common causes of pedestrian accidents when it comes to drivers. Reckless Driving Drunk Driving Distracted Driving Pedestrian Negligence Excessive Speeding Rolling at Stops Neglecting School Zones and School Buses Many of these cases are because of at-fault drivers, and...

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Benzene: Stay Away

Benzene

Have you been exposed to benzene in sunscreen and diagnosed with cancer? You may qualify for a benzene lawsuit. Action Legal Group can help you to see if you are entitled to some financial compensation. But first, what is Benzene exactly?   Benzene Benzene is a toxic chemical and a known carcinogen. A carcinogen is a substance capable of causing cancer in living tissue. Ultimately, benzene is a horrible chemical that has been in many kinds of sunscreen. In May 2021, a lab detected high levels in several different brands and sun products. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, it is known to...

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Dangerous Residential and Commercial Property Injury Lawsuit: Do I Have a Legal Claim?

In the United States, you will find close to 120 million residential housing units and more than 5 million commercial properties. The role of an owner of a property comes with responsibilities, including a requirement that a property owner act toward others and members of the public with the attention, caution, and discretion that a reasonable person in similar circumstances would use. If a premise is not safe, the property or structure could cause unintentional harm or injury to other people; it is possible a property may be held liable by the court if the property harms or injures a...

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Footage of Marcellis Stinnette Shooting to be Released

police brutality, racial inequality, Atlanta, Rayshard Brooks

The mayor of Waukegan, Ill., recently explained that videos showing an officer shooting and killing a Black man and wounding a Black woman are expected to be released later this week. Mayor Cunningham said the city has plans to release squad car and body camera footage related to the shooting after the victim's family are allowed to view them. This information was released after the prayer vigil for Marcellis Stinnette, the 19-year-old killed when a police officer opened fire on the unarmed who were inside their car in Waukegan, Illinois, a city just north of Chicago....

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Slip and Fall Injuries – Action Legal Group

Slip and Fall Injuries - Action Legal Group

Slip and Fall Injuries - Action Legal Group As a person who visits a public space, a patron of a retail establishment, or a guest at a private home, it is not unusual to expect that the owner of the property will maintain the location in a relatively secure condition and free from potential danger. The unfortunate truth is that accidents do occur, and many times, only because the owner of the owner of the property failed to make sure the premises are secure and safe. The CDC estimates that more than one million Americans are injured in a “slip, trip or...

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Former Atlanta Officer Charged With The Murder Of Rayshard Brooks

police brutality, racial inequality, Atlanta, Rayshard Brooks

Former Atlanta police officer Garrett Rolfe was charged on Wednesday with murder and aggravated assault in the fatal shooting of Rayshard Brooks outside a Wendy’s restaurant. Another officer, Devin Brosnan, was charged with three counts. The charges against Mr. Brosnan include aggravated assault and violations of oath. In response to charges being announced, many Atlanta area police officers stayed home that evening....

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Murder Victim George Floyd Worked At The Same Club As Former Officer Derek Chauvin

Murder Victim George Floyd Worked At The Same Club As Former Officer Derek Chauvin

New information indicates that murder victim George Floyd, and former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, both worked security at El Nuevo Rodeo for the better part of the year before their deadly encounter on a Minneapolis street over Memorial Day Weekend. The owner of the popular club said the men could have potentially crossed paths once a week during their Tuesday night shifts, but she could not state with certainty if they did indeed meet while working at the club....

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