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
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