Spring Break Bar Injuries

posted on Monday, May 6th, 2019 and is filed under Uncategorized

When Spring Break rolls around each year, bars get a large amount of business from vacationing college students. Intoxication reduces self-control and judgment, often leading to confrontations. Unfortunately, many times these situations result in fights and injuries to innocent bystanders....

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Spring Break Injuries: Not Only For Spring Breakers

posted on Friday, April 5th, 2019 and is filed under Personal Injury, Uncategorized

When it comes time for college students to enjoy spring break, partying is foremost on their minds. Unfortunately, while they are having fun drinking and otherwise enjoying themselves on the beach, at a bar, or in a hotel, local residents...

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Florida Spring Break Auto Fatality Spike

posted on Wednesday, April 3rd, 2019 and is filed under Personal Injury, Uncategorized

According to the Center for Disease Control, deaths from traffic accidents in spring break destinations increase ten percent for those under age 25. In addition, drunken-driving fatalities increase 23% during spring break. With additional statistics showing the average male on...

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Safe Driving: How to Prevent Additional Injuries at an Accident Site

posted on Friday, March 8th, 2019 and is filed under Personal Injury, Uncategorized

Accident sites can often be chaotic. Unfortunately, many people suffer injuries after an accident because of safety issues that arise at the scene. Drivers and bystanders can and should take actions to prevent additional injuries. Even when these precautions are...

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Injured in a Plane Crash Due to Under-Certified Pilots? Speak with an Experienced Tampa Aviation Lawyer

posted on Friday, March 1st, 2019 and is filed under Personal Injury, Uncategorized

While all pilots are required by law to obtain a license before flying on their own, some pilots doing specialized jobs or tasks need further certification. That may come by extra flight hours, increased pilot in command time and cross-country...

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Pedestrian Safety: Walking Along the Side of the Road without a Designated Sidewalk

posted on Friday, February 22nd, 2019 and is filed under Uncategorized

Walking along a highway can be a very dangerous practice in certain situations. Even when doing so along a roadway with a minimal speed limit, it is still important for all pedestrians to take extra precautions regarding passing traffic. Pedestrians...

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The Best Lawyers in America Awards for Wagner McLaughlin

posted on Tuesday, February 19th, 2019 and is filed under Legal Malpractice, Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury

Four attorneys named to The Best Lawyers in America© directory  Wagner McLaughlin is proud to announce that four of its attorneys have been named to the 2019 issue of The Best Lawyers in America©. Lawyers are selected based on the...

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Limousine Accidents: Who is Liable?

posted on Friday, November 16th, 2018 and is filed under Personal Injury, Uncategorized

When you retain the services of a limousine company for purposes of business or pleasure, you have a reasonable expectation of getting from your point of origin to your destination safely and securely. Sadly, safety was apparently ignored near Albany,...

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Golf Cart Accident Injuries: Who is Liable?

posted on Friday, November 9th, 2018 and is filed under Personal Injury, Uncategorized

Golf carts are both fun and functional, and the use of them is spreading throughout Florida’s neighborhoods and communities. Under Florida law (Chapter 320, section 320.01, of the Florida Statutes), a golf cart is “a motor vehicle that is designed...

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Why the Influx in Motorcycle Accidents in Florida?

posted on Friday, November 2nd, 2018 and is filed under Personal Injury, Uncategorized

Legal Assistance for the Victims of Motorcycle Crashes in Florida Florida’s generally good weather and its long stretches of straight pavement make the state popular for motorcyclists, but greater ridership has come at a price. In 2015, Florida experienced the...

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