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Year: 2018

In recent years, events such as the 2016 Presidential election and the #MeToo movement have ushered the plight of sexual assault victims into the national spotlight. Even though sexual assault is grossly underreported, the statistics are alarming. In 2017, Florida’s Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) reported 7,900 rape offenses and…

A September 2018 report in the Wall Street Journal analyzed the most recent data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and found the Greater Tampa Bay area as the most dangerous place to ride bicycles in the nation, with Pinellas County as the deadliest of all area counties….

Proving Slip and Fall Claims With Evidence It’s safe to say that we have all slipped and fallen a few times in our lives. Whether it’s a child’s toy, a dog’s bone, or some spilled milk, many slips and falls result in nothing more than a bruise. However, when you…

Every year, active and former armed services members and their families trust the United Services Automobile Association (USAA) to handle their insurance, banking, and investment needs. The San Antonio-based business began selling policies to military members in 1922. USAA deserves credit for providing insurance services for the nation’s armed forces,…

Insurance Companies Want More Injury Settlement Mills A personal injury settlement mill is a high volume law practice that attempts to mass produce the settlement of injury claims while utilizing aggressive advertising campaigns in an effort to obtain clients. Settlement mills litigate a disproportionate amount of their cases and take…

How to Deal With Harassment in the Workplace Most discussion of workplace harassment focuses on sex-related misconduct, such as a boss grabbing his secretary inappropriately, requesting sexual favors, or making other unwelcome sexual advances. These behaviors certainly fall under the umbrella of harassment in the workplace, but it’s important to…