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Finding a Tampa Personal Injury Attorney

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Nearly 400,000 individuals in America file a personal injury claim every year. Out of those cases, roughly 4% ever actually reach court. The others will get resolved outside of court in a settlement. A settlement will happen through the legal representation of both parties. Because of this, it is extra essential to hire the best attorney for your case. So how exactly do you go about finding the right personal injury attorney? Here are five questions to ask an attorney to assist in making sure you find the right one for you. What’s your specialty? There are a lot of varying fields of...

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

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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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People Currently Vaping Urged to Stop Immediately Following Deaths, Unexplained Illness

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People Currently Vaping Urged to Stop Immediately Following Deaths, Unexplained Illness Health authorities are urging individuals to halt all use of electronic cigarettes as well as other vaping products. This warning came after three additional deaths from an unexplained illness that has been identified in 450 users of vaping products around the United States. To date, five reported deaths have been tied to the severe lung injury that is associated with the use of cannabis or nicotine vaporizers. Authorities from the federal Centers for Disease Control warn that while the investigation is underway, people should consider not using any e-cigarette products. The agency...

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Dayton Mass Shooting Results in 9 Deaths and 26 Injuries

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Dayton Mass Shooting Results in 9 Deaths and 26 Injuries A gunman in body armor killed 9 people and injured an additional 26 people in a Dayton, Ohio bar early Sunday morning. The act of domestic terrorism was the second mass shooting in 24 hours and the third mass shooting in less than a week. Additional details continue to emerge in this case. Free Case Evaluation Question? Call Now!...

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El Paso Mass Shooting Leaves Multiple People Dead and Injured

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El Paso Mass Shooting Leaves Multiple People Dead and Injured A terror attack on Saturday morning that began in an El Paso area Wal-Mart resulted in multiple casualties and at least 22 hospitalizations for injuries caused by gunshot wounds. The mass shooting resulted in the initial lockdown of local Cielo Vista Mall businesses and eventual evacuation of the mall itself. Local law enforcement initially detained three people for the shootings, but they ultimately only arrested one suspect. People appear to be prone to accepting the damage inflicted by shooters in mass shootings, a fact that deeply saddens the team from the Action...

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Mass Shooting in Gilroy California

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Mass Shooting in Gilroy California Police have identified the latest gunman in a long line of mass shootings that have occurred in 2019. The 19-year-old shooter cut through the fence at the Gilroy Garlic Festival before opening fire on the attendees with a rifle. He killed three people, one being a small child, and wounded at least another 12 people, some critically. The gunman was killed by Gilroy police. Free Case Evaluation Question? Call Now!...

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Peaceful Rally Held, Reveals Killer Cops Still Working

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Peaceful Rally Held, Reveals Killer Cops Still Working On the five year anniversary of the death of Eric Garner, youth organizers demanded the dismissal of the officers involved in the tragic death during an arrest. The rally was marked by hundreds carrying coffins and posters in a peaceful effort to show solidarity and shed light on the reality that the officers responsible for Garner’s unnecessary death were still part of the police force. Free Case Evaluation Question? Call Now!...

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Mesa, AZ Officer Awarded Lifetime Pension For Killing

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Mesa, AZ Officer Awarded Lifetime Pension For Killing A former Mesa, Arizona, police officer who fatally shot a man who was sobbing and pleading for his life had the good fortune to be acquitted of the graphic fatal shooting and be allowed to be briefly rehired. The arrangement allowed the dangerous officer to apply for tax-free pension of $31,000 per year, which he was granted. The victim, on the other hand, lived the final moments of his life crawling on a hotel hallway floor and begging for his life. Free Case Evaluation Question? Call Now!...

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Jackson County Officer Plants Drugs and Ruins Lives

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Jackson County Officer Plants Drugs and Ruins Lives A former Jackson County officer was recently charged with 52 counts of racketeering, false imprisonment, misconduct, fabricating evidence and possession of controlled substances. The former law enforcement officer is accused of targeting drivers for no reason and arresting them after planting drugs in their vehicles while pretending to search. His actions resulted in innocent individuals facing jail time, families torn apart and divorces, all because one man thought he was above the law. Free Case Evaluation Question? Call Now!...

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Philadelphia Oil Refinery Fire Set Off Explosions Felt For Miles

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Philadelphia Oil Refinery Fire Set Off Explosions Felt For Miles Fire in a butane vat at a Philadelphia oil refinery complex dating back to 1869 turned the sky a terrifying mix of yellow and orange and awakened residents with a series of explosions they felt in their homes for miles Friday morning. The fire began at the Philadelphia Energy Solutions Refining Complex at 4AM. Firefighters arrived at the scene had the dangerous blaze contained but not under control by 7AM. Air Management Services reported that it was on the scene immediately after the explosions and took air samples. Tests are being run on...

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