Month: November 2018

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3 Safety Tips for Cooking Thanksgiving Dinner
Thanksgiving is an amazing time of year. For many of us we are able to spend extended time with our loved ones. Whether it is extended family coming into town and college age kids returning home from school or much needed time off of work and sharing family traditions, we can all appreciate sitting around […]
Learn More About Wrongful Death Lawsuits
Losing a loved one is difficult under any circumstance, but when a loved one dies or is killed because of someone else’s negligent behavior it can be absolutely devastating. Unfortunately, it happens all too frequently in our local community. Did you know, however, there may be legal remedies in these cases. Surviving relatives of a […]
What to Do If You Are In a Car Accident
Being a party to a car accident is an unsettling experience that can have stressful and lasting impacts. With this stress, outside of seeking medical attention, many people are not sure what to do in the immediate aftermath of a car accident. Even after a minor fender-bender, motorists are not always clear on the appropriate […]
What to Do if You Caused a Car Accident
There is no question that being involved in a car accident is a traumatic experience. If you contributed to the occurrence of the accident and are unsure how to legally protect yourself in its aftermath, however, the experience could become even worse. Let us share several ways to help protect yourself in the immediate aftermath […]
Did You Know Veterans Are Eligible for A Wide Variety of VA Grants?
This Veterans Day, our focus is how to ensure that the veterans in our local community have the support they need. What many do not realize, though, is just how many VA grants are available right now. For example, did you know that military veterans can get financial aid from the Department of Veterans Affairs […]
Read about Ryan Hobb’s Employee Discrimination Case
Check out this article our own attorney, Ryan Hobbs, was featured in yesterday, Fired Ocala employee sues Five Guys for discrimination, written by Katie Pohlman. Read the article below: “An Ocala man is suing Five Guys, a burger chain, for discrimination after he was allegedly harassed and then fired in 2014 for a medical condition. Jordan Botelho, […]