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How Can We Prove Negligence in a Slip and Fall Case?
Published: December 11, 2020
After car accidents, slip and falls are the most common injuries we see at Zarzaur Law, P.A. However, while most of our clients are at least familiar with the rules of the road, many people are unaware of the rules governing a slip and fall. Of course, the question is, when can I recover? As
What’s the Difference Between an Accident Lawyer and a Personal Injury Lawyer?
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Personal Injury Law The short answer is that these terms are used synonymously in our legal world. Personal injury law is the area of law that deals with all types of physical and mental injuries to a person. This is compared to cases where a business interest is harmed or another property interest is harmed.
When Should You “Lawyer Up” Following a Car Wreck?
Published: December 9, 2020
Many car wreck victims wonder what the answer to this question is and many hope that hiring a lawyer is not necessary. If you have an injury or you feel you might, hiring a lawyer is necessary. The Hiring of Lawyer Should be Done as Soon as Possible. The biggest reason you should hire a
STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS AND AUTO ACCIDENT CASES
Published: December 3, 2020
What is a “Statute of Limitations” and Why is it Important? These are laws passed by legislative bodies to set the maximum time after an event within which legal proceedings may be filed. When the time specified in a statute of limitations passes a claim can no longer be filed. These laws are enacted to
Zarzaur Law Files Lawsuits Over Three Mile Bridge Damage
Published: November 25, 2020
PENSACOLA, Fla. (November 25, 2020) — Zarzaur Law, P.A. filed lawsuits for clients, against Skanska USA Civil Southeast, Inc. and Eisman and Russo, Inc., for negligence associated with the collapse of the Three Mile Bridge during Hurricane Sally. Prior to Hurricane Sally’s arrival, the unfinished Three Mile Bridge was operational and had two lanes of