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Stephen Ashley Barnes

Tampa Personal Injury Lawyer.

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  1. Two years after signing contract with lawyer for slip and fall, lawyers withdraws as council because of"irreconcilable reasons "

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Michael Lynn Walker
    2. Christian K. Lassen II
    3. Eric Duane Stevenson
    4. Stephen Ashley Barnes
    5. Michael Curtis Greenberg
    5 lawyer answers

    You should retain a new attorney immediately. There are two web sites that can help you. and If you visit the florida bar web site click "find an attorney" then click "expanded search" then click the choice to find board certified atty and check box for civil trial. Then search in city where your lawsuit is filed. That will provide you attorneys who actually try cases and are qualified to handle your case. Be honest with them and tell them what you believe the...

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  2. CAR ACCIDENT , was hit causing me injury with on going medical

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Steven Mark Sweat
    2. Jason M. Melton
    3. David J. McCormick
    4. Stephen Ashley Barnes
    5. Daniel Nelson Deasy
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    I can sense the frustration in your email. I hope i can provide some insight. First and foremost, i would pose these questions to your attorney. if he regularly handles automobile cases he should be able to answer them. also, any answers you receive from this site you should discuss with him to make sure he agrees. regarding the coverage question, the "25,000/50/000 stacked" is a "per person/per accident" limit. any one person in an accident can receive the lower limit-- in your case $25,...

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  3. Can a incorporated business be sued after an on the job auto accident occured due to the fault of one of the employees?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Lawrence Joseph Marraffino
    2. Bret A. Schnitzer
    3. Michael Lynn Walker
    4. Raphael Samuel Moore
    5. Stephen Ashley Barnes
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    6 lawyer answers

    Report this to the insurance company insuring your business and the involved vehicle immediately. The insurance company has a duty to defend your company and the owner of the company/your vehicle involved. That duty may include appointing you an attorney. Make an appointment to discuss your concerns. The insurance company also has a duty to pay the full limits of the insurance policy if warranted. They are not allowed to gamble and try to save their money if a reasonable person would pay the...

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  4. Slip - n - fall duty of notice

    Answered about 3 years ago.

    1. Marc Sean Hurd
    2. Julie S Luhrsen
    3. Jonathan Hayes Groff
    4. Steven A Schwartz
    5. Keith Patrick Ligori
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    11 lawyer answers

    Yes. The store always has a duty to its store customer and vendors to provide a reasonable safe property and to provide adequate warning of potentially dangerous conditions.

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  5. Probability of winning if I filed a Slip and Fall case

    Answered 7 months ago.

    1. Shannon Brooke Schott
    2. Christopher Robert Dillingham II
    3. Daniel Girvan Williams
    4. Alyson Marie George
    5. Steven David Miller
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    I am sorry to learn of your accident and that you continue to have problems. I am glad to hear you reported to a doctor to be checked out. I would encourage you to follow up in the event you do not feel like you are improving. i would also encourage you to consult with an attorney specializing in personal injury and slip and fall cases. It is always good to elect an attorney who is board certified in civil trial as they will be experienced in taking these types of cases to trial. When you...

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  6. Does the local courthouse which would handle issues ranging from traffic violations to felony charges operate under maritime law

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Adam Jay Jaffe
    2. Massimo Paternoster
    3. Dennis Michael Moran
    4. Bret A. Schnitzer
    5. Stephen Ashley Barnes
    5 lawyer answers

    It's not the location of the courthouse that determines the law that applies but instead, the location of the accident. If the accident occurs on navigable waters and has the potential of impacting commerce then maritime law would apply. Generally this is any body of water (lake, inlet, waterway, bay, etc) with access to the open ocean. If so then maritime law would apply. You would then pursue could pursue the claim in the local courthouse in the same county/jurisdiction where the accident...

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