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Monthly Archives: October 2023

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Protect Yourself Against Pinellas County Drunk Driving Car Accidents

By Reep Coleman & Stubbendorff |

Drunk driving is one of the biggest risks facing motorists on the road. It is a leading cause of car accidents in Pinellas County and, despite harsh penalties for offenders, it continues to happen at an alarming rate. Throughout August and September, national public safety officials partner with local law enforcement to raise awareness… Read More »

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Changes In Florida Alimony Law: How This Can Impact Pinellas County Divorce

By Reep Coleman & Stubbendorff |

If you are getting a divorce in Pinellas County, alimony can help protect your financial security in the aftermath. Previously, alimony in Florida could be awarded on either a temporary or permanent basis. However, recent changes to state laws eliminate permanent alimony completely and change guidelines regarding other payments. Our Seminole alimony attorney explains… Read More »

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Criminal Charges And Penalties For Hit And Run In Pinellas County

By Reep Coleman & Stubbendorff |

Being involved in a car accident is a serious matter. As the at-fault driver, you could be held liable for injuries and property damages victims suffer as a result. You could also face costly traffic citations or possible criminal charges. To avoid these repercussions, it is not uncommon for drivers to attempt to flee… Read More »

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Stop On Red To Reduce Pinellas County Car Accident Risks

By Reep Coleman & Stubbendorff |

Dealing with local traffic can be frustrating. In the rush to reach their destination and in wanting to save a few minutes in travel time, drivers may be tempted to speed up at intersections. Running red lights, racing to get through a yellow light, and rolling through stop signs are common behaviors that, unfortunately,… Read More »

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