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What is Workplace Wrongful Death?

Workplace wrongful death is one of the most tragic things to happen to thousands of families every year. Loved ones head to work expecting to return home at the end of the day. Then tragedy strikes, and family members receive the call: “there’s been an accident”. Receiving this kind of phone call is the beginning of what will become an emotionally trying time for a grief stricken family....

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Why Do I Need a Board Certified Lawyer?

Shaked Law Firm provides pertinent information on seeking a Personal Injury Law consultation after sustaining injuries as a result of an accident

For the most credible Personal Injury lawyers, Board Certification is a mark of excellence. It's not an option, it's a must. Patients would never trust a doctor lacking Board Certification with their care. The same goes for a Personal Injury lawyer. After all, this is a person who can make or break the chance for financial recovery after an accident. The problem is, many people aren't aware that lawyers can even be Board Certified. This lack of publicly available knowledge hurts clients who deserve justice. Board Certification is what separates "paper pushers" from the true "case winners". Within this Shaked Law Blog article...

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How Do Hours of Service Affect Florida Truck Drivers?

Shaked Law Firm answers questions regarding "Hours of Service", and the fatigue trucking operators experience driving commercial vehicles.

Hours of Service are in place to protect the safety of the truck driver, as well as other drivers on the road. Trucking carrier fatigue and the accidents it can cause, pose serious liability risk to both truck driver and trucking company. It's also a serious public safety risk. The statistics according to Department of Transportation are staggering. Accidents due to fatigue are responsible for 13% of all commercial motor vehicle related collisions!...

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