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COVID Deaths in Nursing Homes – The Death Count Continues

COVID Deaths in Nursing Homes – The Death Count Continues

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith PLLC |

As injury lawyers, we seek justice on behalf of our clients who have been harmed due to the negligence of others.  When we handle our nursing home abuse cases, our investigations are unique as we are routinely fighting for clients who cannot speak, nevertheless fight, for themselves.  As nursing home residents are one of… Read More »

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Most Common Causes Of Florida Boating Accidents

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith PLLC |

Florida boating accidents can result in serious and debilitating injuries. Whether you were injured in a boating collision involving an intoxicated boater or an accident resulting from improper maintenance on your vessel, it is critical to seek advice from a Boca Raton boat accident lawyer as soon as possible. In the meantime, the following… Read More »

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Drowning Accidents: 5 Things To Know

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith PLLC |

Drownings and near-drowning accidents can be devastating. Whether you are at the beach with your children or enjoying your own pool or a neighbor’s pool, nobody expects a serious drowning-related accident to occur. Yet these personal injuries in Florida occur with some frequency, and they often involve young children or intoxicated adults. In some… Read More »

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Partner Mickey Smith Pays Tribute To the Pledge of Allegiance

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith PLLC |

Firm partner Mickey Smith was honored to read a very moving message from the late Senator John McCain, before leading the Wellington Rotary Club in the Pledge of Allegiance.  If you wonder why many organizations begin their meetings by reciting the Pledge, you won’t after reading this: The Pledge Of Allegiance by Senator John… Read More »

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Preparing For Hurricane Season On the Road

Preparing For Hurricane Season On the Road

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith PLLC |

Hurricane season is upon us.  We have just heard that Louisiana was hit by Category 4 Hurricane Ida.  When hurricanes hit land, they can be deadly.  So, we should all be prepared.  As it relates to traveling on our roads, there are some things that you can do now which will keep you and… Read More »

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Be Careful where you Click…You just Might Give up your Rights

Be Careful where you Click…You just Might Give up your Rights

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith PLLC |

In today’s ever increasing online world, people are looking to the internet for just about everything from research projects and headline news to banking and even grocery shopping. In fact, studies show that Americans spend, on average, more than 6 hours online, and visit close to 23 different websites every day.  With this level… Read More »

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Stay Up To Date With The New Florida Cycling Laws

Stay Up To Date With The New Florida Cycling Laws

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith PLLC |

The 2021 Florida Legislature is taking action to improve cycling safety in our beautiful state. The new bicycle laws recognize the growing concern about bicycle safety in Florida.  They clarify cycling rights and give guidance to cyclists and motorists alike. Lesser, Lesser, Landy, & Smith regularly reviews vehicle and cycling laws and is considered… Read More »

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Automobile Insurance Coverage 101

Automobile Insurance Coverage 101

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith PLLC |

This summer many of us will have our automobile insurance policies up for renewal. When opening a new auto policy, or renewing an existing policy, it’s important to know what your options are and to understand the different types of auto insurance coverage that are available.  Of course, each type of coverage you choose… Read More »

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How A Motorcyclist Can Avoid A Crash

How A Motorcyclist Can Avoid A Crash

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith PLLC |

Have you ever heard that Harley Davidson makes their engines so loud so that cars are aware that the motorcycle is there?  That is not necessarily true.  According to Harley Davidson, it designs all its motorcycles to comply with the U.S. EPA Code, which mandates motorcycle engine volume to be 80 decibels or less. … Read More »

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Does Your Car Pass The Test For Summer Travel?

Does Your Car Pass The Test For Summer Travel?

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith PLLC |

After the year of the pandemic, lockdowns, school & business closures, and just plain yuck, people are ready to get away on vacation and have some fun.  With such pent-up demand for holiday activities, this summer may shatter travel records!  According to AAA, more than 47 million Americans traveled over July 4th weekend!  A… Read More »

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