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Tourist Injuries in Orlando

By | Personal Injury

Orlando is a world-famous tourist destination. Every year, millions of people from all over the world come here to enjoy Disney World and other attractions in the area. None of these individuals embark on vacations thinking they will be injured, but inevitably, some suffer injuries while they are here. It…

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Hiking in Florida

By | Personal Injury

Although many people flock to Florida to enjoy the coastline and the water, a significant number of others visit the state for its amazing hiking opportunities. Indeed, the following are some of the best hiking trails in the Orlando area for visitors and residents alike to enjoy. Of course, safety…

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Zoo Injuries in Orlando

By | Personal Injury

The Orlando area has many top-rated zoos and aquariums. The list includes Seaworld in Orlando, Exotic Animal Experience in Wedgefield, and the Central Florida Zoo and Botanical Gardens in Sanford, along with many others. When families visit these parks, they have the fair expectation that they will be kept safe…

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Airport Injuries

By | Personal Injury

Florida airports are busy places. In fact, Orlando International Airport (MCO) is ranked as the 14th busiest airport in the entire country. According to data provided by the Federal Aviation Administration, nearly 19 million passengers flew out of Orlando International in 2015 alone. With that much activity, some serious injuries…

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Bankruptcy Is Trending

By | Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy. You hear the word more and more these days. Whether it is Puerto Rico flirting with filing bankruptcy in an effort to reorganize their debts or the rapper 50 Cent filing bankruptcy to protect himself from creditors – bankruptcy is in. And you know what is out? Or at…

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Don’t Be A Fool

By | Bankruptcy

When you file bankruptcy, our office attends a Meeting of Creditors (341 Meeting) with you. We never hire outside counsel or a cover lawyer to attend. We appear with you. It is scheduled about 30 days after you file your bankruptcy. The hearing itself only lasts a couple of minutes….

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