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Monthly Archives: April 2021


Florida Water Tubing Excursions Can Lead To Injuries

By Hale Law, P.A. |

The beautiful weather and waters of Florida provide residents and tourists with many opportunities to spend days in boats and pursuing water activities such as tubing. While water sports can be a lot of fun, there is also the possibility of individuals being injured. One of the common water-tubing injuries, for example, is when… Read More »

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Psychological Injuries Are Possible Following Sarasota Accidents

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Serious car accidents can be life-changing events. Traumatic crashes can lead to physical injuries, such as fractures and back sprains, but physical injuries are not the only types of injuries that are possible. Unfortunately, many suffer from psychological effects as well. Some find themselves coping with Acute Stress Disorder (ASD), Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD),… Read More »

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2021 AV Preeminent® Rating by Martindale-Hubbell® Awarded to Patrick Iyampillai

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Partner of Hale Law, P.A., Patrick Iyampillai, Esq., has humbly received an AV Preeminent® Rating by Martindale-Hubbell®. Only approximately 10% of attorneys have achieved this prestigious honor. The AV Preeminent® ranking is the highest peer rating standard by Martindale-Hubbell®. This is given exclusively to attorneys who are ranked and reviewed for their ethical standards, communication skills,… Read More »

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How Much Will An Insurance Adjuster Offer?

By Hale Law, P.A. |

After a Florida car accident, you may have dealt with an insurance company on your own if there were no injuries involved. The process may have been smooth when you were simply receiving a financial amount needed to fix your vehicle. But, when an accident results in physical injuries, the process can be a… Read More »

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Is My Sarasota Car Totaled?

By Hale Law, P.A. |

Assessing your health is the first priority after a Florida collision. Then, assuming you were not harmed physically, it is likely you will begin to worry about damage to your vehicle. After all, people use their cars every day for errands, work, and family commitments. Often, cars can be repaired after a crash. But… Read More »

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