William David Umansky’s Guides

William David Umansky

Orlando Criminal Defense Attorney.

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  1. Physical and Emotional Injuries in Dog Bite Cases

    Written by attorney William Umansky, over 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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  2. Motorcycle Safety Courses

    Written by attorney William Umansky, over 4 years ago.

    Motorcycle safety is an important concern not only for motorcyclists but other motorists on the road as well. First, before you purchase, rent or borrow a friendsmotorcycle and speed off to various journeys on the long and winding road, there are optional motorcycle safety cours...

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  3. Injured on a Motorcycle?

    Written by attorney William Umansky, over 4 years ago.

    The number of motorcyclists on our busy roads and highways in the greater Orlando area has been increasing with each year as more people driving motorcycles as a recreational hobby or as their primary form of transportation. We see motorcyclists ranging from the young sport biker...

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  4. Homeowner Insurance

    Written by attorney William Umansky, over 4 years ago.

    Generally a typical homeowners insurance liability policy will cover the homeowner for losses if the insured property is damaged from a fire or a hurricane. Typically, if yourhome is burglarized and personal possessions are stolen a homeowners policy will cover the loss of any de...

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  5. Accidents Happen But Don't Be a Fool

    Written by attorney William Umansky, over 4 years ago.

    Imagine you are driving on one of the major highways in Orlando, Florida and then you are rear ended by a vehicle. With little to no time to react, your car spins out of control and goes off the highway, but fortunately you were wearing your seatbelt and avoided getting yourself ...

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  6. What to do if you encounter what appears to be an aggressive dog

    Written by attorney William Umansky, over 4 years ago.

    About 4.7 million people are bitten by dogs each year in the U.S., with about one million people needing medical attention. Of that number, 750,000 each year are children and about 12 people each year die as a result of those bites. Most victims of dog bites are bitten by familia...

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  7. How to Prevent Dog Bites

    Written by attorney William Umansky, over 4 years ago.

    How to Prevent Dog Bites Close to one half of all people bit by dogs involve an animal owned by the victim's family or neighbors. A large percentage of dog bite victims are unfortunately children and therefore infants and young children should never be left alone with a dog. Alt...

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