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By: Heath C. Murphy + – Personal Injury Rollover car accidents usually occur as a single car accident, but they can also occur in a multi-car accident, as well. Most rollovers occur because of the type of

By: Heath C. Murphy + – Personal Injury It never ceases to amaze me, that though my friends and family know that I am a personal injury lawyer, there is a misconception about what I do for

By: Heath C. Murphy + – Personal Injury Yesterday, I wrote an article about food poisoning. The article took a much more clinical approach than what I originally set out to write. However, it is extremely important

By: Heath C. Murphy + – Personal Injury Several times per year I encounter someone who tells me that they suffered food poisoning because of a meal that they ate at a particular restaurant. Usually the person

By: Heath C. Murphy + – Personal Injury Motorcyclists have a reputation as dangerous risk takers. However, according to a study that examined the causes of Florida motorcycle accidents over a period of 10 years, the motorists

By: Heath C. Murphy + – Personal Injury Florida is one of the most popular vacation spots on the planet. There are roughly 1 million seasonal residents who spend time in Florida, otherwise known as snowbirds. There

By: Heath C. Murphy + – Personal Injury Worldwide, Facebook has more than 1.5 billion active users. Social media, in general, has become an ingrained method of instant communication among the masses. Businesses use Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin,

Employer Liability in a Car Accident By: Heath C. Murphy + – Personal Injury When Does the Employer Become Liable for an Employee's Car Accident If you have been involved in a car accident caused by someone

By: Heath C. Murphy + – Personal Injury Sixteen Year Old Struck While in Crosswalk A sixteen year old Leto High student was injured when she was hit by a car right in front of the Tampa

By: Heath C. Murphy + – Personal Injury The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration[1] conducted a study which attempted to quantify all causes of trucking accidents.[1] There were more than 112,000 people injured in trucking accidents in