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
Risk Of Car Accidents During Thanksgiving Rapidly Increases Kirsten Rincon| 20 November 2018 Each year, the time around Thanksgiving is a time when most of the country’s population travels back home to spend the holiday with their families. Unfortunately this also means an increase in motor accidents. If you are involved in one, Lewis Law Group is Florida personal injury attorneys who have handled hundreds of cases and will fight to get you the compensation you need.
Halloween Safety - Part 2 Staff| 19 October 2018 Last month, our article covered the regular road safety rules for Halloween. In this article, we will highlight the not so obvious safety tips you should consider. Read more to find out!
Do Car Accidents Increase In Winter? Chirocareflorida.com| 19 October 2018 Winter is here. Although that doesn’t mean much in regards to Florida temperatures, it does mean an increase in traffic and auto accidents. Here are some tips you can observe to stay in the clear this time of year.
Watch Out For Trick Or Treaters And Drive Safely This Halloween! Staff| 04 October 2018 With Halloween right around the corner, we want to prepare you with some safety tips on how to remain safe either as a motorist or parent of an excited trick or treater.
Back To School Traffic Safety Tips By Florida Department Of Transportation Spacecoastdaily| 04 October 2018 At Lewis Law Group, we understand that at some point, unfortunate accidents are likely to happen. In those cases, our experienced attorneys are here to try and ensure you get the compensation you deserve. However, safety should be a priority year round, especially around school zones. Here are some tips to make the everyday commute to and from school as safe as possible.