William David Umansky’s Guides

William David Umansky

Orlando Criminal Defense Attorney.

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  1. Top Five Things to do When You Are Placed on Probation

    Written by attorney William Umansky, about 1 year ago.

    MAKE SURE EVERYTHING IN WRITING: Please confirm everything in writing. If your probation officer gives you special permission to do something, confirm via email that is in fact what the probation officer said. Do not just rely upon the verbal assertions of a probation officer. I...

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  2. The Perils of Distracted Driving

    Written by attorney William Umansky, over 1 year ago.

    Over the past years, laws, rules and regulations have been enacted in order to keep our roads safe by instilling discipline to motorists to prevent the occurrence of unnecessary injuries and lost of innocent lives. However, no matter how strict the penalties that are imposed, st...

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  3. Decriminalization of Suspended Licenses in Florida?

    Written by attorney William Umansky, about 2 years ago.

    To avoid having a revoked license in Florida, motorists need the best traffic violation attorney they can get. This is because suspension of your license could arise from numerous reasons. Traffic offenses are common in Florida, similar to any other state. If you escape having an...

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  4. Texting While Driving? Will it be illegal?

    Written by attorney William Umansky, over 2 years ago.

    On Tuesday, December 13th, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) put forward an effort to ban all activity on cellphone use while driving, including hands-free devices such as bluetooth. While many states have already enacted laws against some cellphone use while drivin...

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  5. Ivy League Daughter of Mayor Gets Arrested for Shoplifting!

    Written by attorney William Umansky, over 3 years ago.

    Caroline Guiliani was arrested recently for allegedly stealing approximately 150 dollars in cosmetics from Sephora according to the Daily News. Caroline is a student at Harvard and comes from a powerful and well to do family. Her father Rudy was the Mayor of New York City during ...

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  6. Why Collision Insurance is So Important

    Written by attorney William Umansky, almost 4 years ago.

    Everyday there are numerous automobile collisions in the Central Florida area with resultant property damage to the vehicles involved. However, sometimes the driver causing the collision does not have property damage coverage or inadequate coverage to cover the damages to the oth...

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  7. Why UM Coverage Is So Important

    Written by attorney William Umansky, almost 4 years ago.

    What is UM coverage and why is it so important? UM coverage means uninsured or underinsured bodily injury motorist coverage and it is important for automobile accidents resulting in an injury. For instance, if you were rear ended by another vehicle while stopped at a red light a...

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  8. What is Stackable UM Coverage?

    Written by attorney William Umansky, almost 4 years ago.

    When purchasing an automobile insurance policy you will encounter many provisions and terms you may not be familiar with but are very important to understand.One such coverage is uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage, also known by its initials as UM. Uninsured motorist cov...

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  9. What is PIP Coverage?

    Written by attorney William Umansky, almost 4 years ago.

    The state of Florida is what is known as a no fault state for automobile accidents. This means if you are in an auto accident in Florida, regardless of who is at fault for the collision, you look to your own automobile insurer to pay a portion of your medical expenses and wage lo...

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  10. Physical and Emotional Injuries in Dog Bite Cases

    Written by attorney William Umansky, almost 4 years ago.

    Four million people per year who are bitten by dogs often suffer from abrasions, scarring, sprains, strains, rabies, cellulitis, bacterial infections, fractured bones, punctures, lacerations and bleeding. Unfortunately, in some cases, nerve damage, infections, disability, deformi...

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