Losing a loved one in a preventable accident can be devastating. At the Wells Law Group, P.A. we know how difficult it can be to think about filing a lawsuit when you are dealing with emotional and psychological repercussions of a family member's untimely death. While it may seem impossible to think about seeking compensation through a lawsuit at this point in time, it is important to discuss your case with a Tampa Bay wrongful death attorney who can help you to understand the types of compensation for which you might be eligible.
Our society is filled with stereotypes that - for better or for worse - shape the way we view the world around us. In fact, in many cases, stereotypes can even cause us to judge people unfairly, oftentimes to the chagrin of the person being judged.
Driving is an incredibly risky endeavor in Florida and that's no exaggeration. In this year alone, our state has seen 194,836 crashes, according to the most recent data available from Florida's Integrated Report Exchange System. Of those crashes, 81,641 resulted in injuries and 1,467 were fatal collisions. And as of July 17, the total number of crashes in July alone was nearly 7,600.
No matter where you travel in the state of Florida, you're bound to see a semi truck hauling its trailer either somewhere in state or out of state. But while these road giants only make up approximately 12.5 percent of all registered vehicles in the United States, says Truckinginfo.net, the fact that there are more than 15 million in service on our roadways means we have a good chance of running into one -- quite literally in fact.