Florida Residents Could Soon Get Arrested For ‘Texting While Driving’
Can You Be Fired For Fraternization?
Happy New Year From All Of Us At The Lewis Law Group P.A!
Florida may soon be joining the 43 other states that legally ban texting while driving.
Many times this workplace fraternization is unwanted and could result in termination.
Wishing you a happy and prosperous 2018 from The Lewis Law Group team!
Lewis Law Group, P.A
Florida Counties Top The Most Car Accidents In 2017 Alana Redmond| 28 August 2018 Data from the U.S Department of Transportation shows a steady 12% increase in the number of fatal car accidents every year. Unfortunately, Florida counties lead the way on this front….read more.
This Summer, Be Sure To Visit Your Loved Ones In Nursing Homes! Staff| 13 July 2018 Visiting your parents or grandparents who may be living far away from you in nursing homes should be an integral part of your summer plans. This is especially true for the grandchildren who have so much to share with and gain from the time spent with grandma or grandpa. Whilst visiting, here are a few things you should keep a keen eye out for that may be warning signs of nursing home neglect or abuse.
Road Trip Safety Considerations For You And Your Family Staff| 13 July 2018 The team at Lewis Law Group wishes you a happy and fun-filled summer! Here are some simple safety precautions that could ensure you and your family have the safest of trips.
Invaluable Contributors: Veterans And First Responders Staff| 15 June 2018 Americans recently celebrated Memorial Day where we recognized the sterling contributions of our former servicemen and women and first responders, whether they’re still with us or not. This year, as we prepare to celebrate our 242nd anniversary as a nation, Lewis Law Group would like to again recognize those men and women who sacrificed so much to keep our great country “the land of the free and the home of the brave”.
How To File A Wrongful Death Lawsuit Julie Garber| 15 June 2018 A wrongful death lawsuit may be appropriate if a loved one has died due to the negligent, reckless, or deliberate behavior of someone else. The suit is usually filed by a representative of the estate, on behalf of surviving family members and other affected parties.