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Injuries & Accidents

Ellenton, Florida Personal Injury Attorneys

Our Florida personal injury team includes attorneys Jennifer L. Hamey and co-counsel Lawrence J. Scanlon, who has 40 years experience in litigation and is both a Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer by The Florida Bar and a Civil Trial Advocate certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy.

We serve personal injury clients in Manatee County, Hillsborough County, and Sarasota County, including Ellenton, Parrish, Bradenton, Lakewood Ranch, Sun City Center, Tampa, Palmetto, Riverview, Valrico, Lakeland and Plant City. We welcome you to learn more here about our work or to contact us today for a FREE CONSULTATION about your case.

Auto Accidents

A car accident is never a pleasant experience. Because an accident can lead to extensive damage and long term injuries, it is important to learn about your legal rights. Read More

Top 5 Tips if You Have Been in a Car Accident

Everyone should learn what to do if you have been in a car accident — and how to protect your legal rights. Read More

Florida Automobile Accident Law: Knowledge is Power

The laws of Florida discuss many requirements and limitations available to someone that is involved in a car accident. It is important to be aware of this information. Read More

When Can I Sue for Injuries from a Car Accident?

Florida law limits who can file a successful lawsuit after a car accident. Our attorneys can help you determine if your case qualifies. Read More

MDL - Multidistrict Litigation

MDLs can be compared to a class action lawsuit. However, unlike a class action, each MDL remains its own separate case and not one lawsuit lumped together involving a large group of people. Read More

Current Lawsuits for Unsafe Drugs and Products

There are always new cases being brought forth as a result of possible negligence and damages caused by different companies and manufacturers. Here are just a few. Read More

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