Friday, September 28, 2018

Understanding the Risks of Semi Truck Crashes


Car accidents that involve a semi truck are notoriously dangerous. Whether you drive a car, pickup truck, SUV, or motorcycle, colliding with a semi poses a high risk of serious injury or death. However, truck companies are aware of this danger, and continue to develop new safety features each year.

For example, they have installed more protective guards on the rear of many trailers to prevent smaller vehicles from going under the semi in the event of an accident. Further improvements continue to emerge, and some companies, including Tesla, have even begun to design and produce self-driving trucks. Despite these ongoing developments, many consumers remain wary of accidents that involve a semi.

Defining Blindspots and No-Zones


The Utah Department of Transportation’s website provides useful tips to avoid accidents with semis. It includes videos that cover how to properly share the road with semis, and identifies blindspots and no-zones where a semi driver’s vision may be limited. Below are some of the more important tips:

  • Don’t move around a truck if you cannot see the driver’s face.
  • Don’t cut off a truck when changing lanes.
  • Always use your turn signal.

Don’t drive in one of the no-zones; there is one directly in front of the truck, a short one on the driver’s side, a longer one on the passenger side, and one directly behind the truck.

Seeking Justice for Truck Accident Victims


The key to recovery after an accident involving a semi is whether any party acted negligently or recklessly. Florida law mandates that commercial vehicles carry extra insurance, such as no-fault coverage. You may have a claim against a negligent truck driver, a claim against the trucking company if the semi was in poor condition, or a claim against the manufacturer if the accident involved defective equipment. There are also numerous other potential reasons for an accident that could be relevant if you pursue litigation.

Potential Defenses


One of the most common defenses for a semi driver involved in an accident is that the other vehicle moved into the blindspot. If this defense strategy succeeds, then the semi driver and/or trucking company may only be found partially liable for the accident, and may not have to pay the full amount of damages. If you were seriously injured or lost a loved one in an accident, a monetary award may not fully compensate you for your injuries, and it is important to understand the variety of potential defenses that could arise.

Don’t Become a Victim of Insurance Company Tactics


At the Dolman Law Group in St. Petersburg, Florida, we strive to recover as much money as possible for our clients. If you were injured in an accident that involved a semi, consider hiring an experienced lawyer to handle your case in order to ensure the best possible result. Insurance companies have experience negotiating settlement claims, and they may attempt to pay you less than you deserve—but you have a right to seek fair compensation for your injuries. Our experienced personal injury attorneys are available to talk to injured victims and their families, and to determine whether a viable claim exists.

Choose Our Local Traffic Accident Lawyers


Accidents that involve a semi can result in serious injuries, such as a permanent disability, scarring, disfigurement, or even death. At Dolman Law Group, we understand that your case may take a long time to conclude, and that there is no guarantee of recovery. In these cases, the victim must establish through the presentation of evidence that the defendant caused the victim’s injuries. We have experience representing injured victims, and we fight to recover full compensation for their injuries.


Each Case Is Different


Suffering a serious injury from a vehicle accident can change your life, and make it hard to return to work. It can even result in homelessness. Florida law generally provides car accident victims four years to pursue a claim for their injuries. Furthermore, a claimant in Florida must demonstrate that the accident resulted in a permanent injury, significant or permanent scarring or disfigurement, or significant and permanent loss of one or more bodily functions. Hiring an experienced lawyer can help ensure you comply with the statute of limitations, and help you to understand how to establish liability at trial.

How Will the Semi Driver Pay?


Many factors affect whether an accident victim actually receives a settlement or jury award from a semi driver, a trucking company, a truck parts manufacturer, or another third party. Generally, the first step is to draft and send to the defendant a settlement letter, which outlines the injuries sustained from the crash and any related costs. However, the insurance company may refuse to settle your claim, and may want to take your case to trial. Also, be aware of varying insurance policy requirements.

Litigation is costly for both parties, and can also take an emotional toll on the victim. Having an experienced trial attorney on your side will help make sure that you are fully compensated for your injuries. Remember, the insurance companies (even your own) are not on your side at trial or during settlement negotiations. Instead, it can be important to hire an experienced attorney to handle these important steps in the litigation process.

How Do I Pay My Lawyer?


At the Dolman Law Group, we regularly assist individuals who were involved in serious car accidents involving semis. We offer a free consultation, which gives you the opportunity to discuss your case with one of our experienced attorneys, and determine if you have a valid claim.

Our free consultation does not involve any obligation to become a client. If we agree to represent you, you will need to sign a retainer agreement before we start work on your case. Every case is different, and recovery depends on the specifics of each individual case, so we cannot guarantee a favorable result. However, we always do our best to ensure that our clients are fully compensated for their injuries.

Many factors could limit full recovery, and these factors are best explained by an attorney licensed to practice law in Florida. Contact the Dolman Law Group in St. Petersburg online or at (727) 222-6922, and talk to one of our experienced attorneys today.

Dolman Law Group
1663 1st Ave S.
St. Petersburg, FL 33712
(727) 222-6922

Thursday, September 27, 2018

How Long Do I Have to File a Claim Against a Drunk Driver in Florida?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Florida has a serious drunk driving problem; from 2003 to 2012, 8,476 people were killed by drunk drivers. Furthermore, in 2012, 3.7 people per 100,000 Florida residents were killed by a drunk driver, well above the national average of 3.3.

More Facts About Drunk Driving Accidents in Florida


About one-third of all traffic fatalities in the U.S. involve drunk drivers, and drunk driving is particularly problematic in Florida. Whether due to increased tourism, the high number of establishments that serve alcohol, or just a byproduct of the laid-back lifestyle, you are more likely to encounter a drunk driver in Florida than in other states. Furthermore, every state has established its own legal limit and statute of limitations. In Florida, if you are operating a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol level greater than 0.08 percent by volume, then you are drunk driving.

In addition, Florida imposes a four-year statute of limitations, meaning that you must file any claim within four years from the date of the accident. It is important to remember that, even if a drunk driver is not criminally convicted of drunk driving, you still may have a civil claim against the driver and/or his or her insurance company.

Choose Our Drunk Driving Accident Lawyers


If you or a family member suffered injuries from an accident that involved a drunk driver, we know that you want justice. However, it can be difficult to recover a monetary award in the short term. Florida is a no-fault state when it comes to car insurance, meaning that every driver or passenger is required to use his or her own personal injury protection (PIP) coverage for the first $10,000 of medical and related costs, regardless of fault. If your medical expenses exceed this $10,00 threshold, they may be covered by your own private health insurance. However, if you suffered extensive injuries, you may want to seek compensation from the at-fault driver. In that case, as the plaintiff, you will be required to prove that the defendant caused your injuries.

Our Experience With Drunk Driving Cases


Drunk driving accidents are an unfortunate reality with the potential to destroy lives. If you or someone you know suffered serious injuries as a result of a drunk driving accident, it may be possible to recover compensation for past medical expenses, future medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Time is of the essence in these cases, and waiting to hire a lawyer could result in the loss or destruction of important evidence. While many drunk driving accident cases settle outside of court, some do go to trial. The Dolman Law Group has the experience and financial resources to succeed either in settlement negotiations or at trial.

Each Drunk Driving Case Is Different


Florida law provides an avenue toward financial relief for victims of car crashes, provided that the victim can prove that he or she was harmed by someone else’s negligence or recklessness. In any personal injury claim, you must establish that you have suffered at least one of the following:

  • A permanent injury
  • A significant and permanent scarring or disfigurement
  • A significant and permanent loss of at least one bodily function
  • Death
A defendant’s insurance company is unlikely to accept a settlement unless the victim provides adequate medical documentation of his or her injuries.

Seeking Damages in Florida’s Court System


In Florida, you only have four years from the date of your injury to file a personal injury lawsuit at the circuit court level. If the defendant is a government entity, the time period may be even shorter, depending on the entity. For example, claimants filing suit against a state agency must file two years from the date of the injury.

The Importance of Evidence in Drunk Driving Claims


In Florida, it’s important to preserve the evidence in a drunk driving case. Save the clothing that you were wearing during the accident, take pictures of the crash site, take pictures of any damage to your vehicle and to the at-fault vehicle, and document your injuries. Other types of evidence that can be collected and preserved from a criminal proceeding, or through private investigation, include:

  • Driver statements
  • Witness statements
  • Police reports
  • Video recordings of the driver’s impaired driving
  • Breath/blood alcohol tests
  • Field sobriety tests
  • Typical Damages in Drunk Driving Cases

Individuals who have been injured by a drunk driver must demonstrate how their injuries relate to the crash. We can help you pursue compensation for the following:

  • Medical bills
  • Future lost earnings
  • Prescription costs
  • Physical and occupational therapy
  • Transportation to medical appointments
  • Pain and suffering
  • Legal costs and fees

Punitive damages (generally awarded by juries when the defendant’s insurance carrier does not make a serious offer prior to trial)

Types of Injuries


If you were injured, or a loved one was killed, in a drunk driving accident, you should keep track of all medical records related to the injuries sustained. Below are some of the most common injuries that we’ve encountered in serious drunk driving accidents:

  • Paralysis
  • Broken bones (with or without surgery)
  • Neck/back pain (including soft tissue complaints)
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Seizures
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Scarring/disfigurement
  • Damaged or broken teeth and jaws
  • Comatose
  • Death


How Will the Defendants Pay Their Fair Share?


Many factors affect whether defendants have to pay their fair share of costs related to the accident, and having an experienced attorney can help ensure the best possible result. First, attorneys need to establish that the defendants have applicable motor vehicle insurance with a high enough policy limit. In some cases, it may take multiple years to recover any money, and lawyers cannot guarantee a favorable result in any particular case. Some victims only recover by seeking damages from their own insurance policy. Regardless of the strategy in your case, if you choose the lawyers at the Dolman Law Group we will attempt to ensure that you are fully compensated for your injuries.

How Do I Pay for a Drunk Driving Lawyer?


We regularly represent drunk driving victims and their families, and we provide a free consultation to assess the validity of your case. We have experience negotiating settlements with insurance companies, and litigating cases where settlement is not possible. Contact the Dolman Law Group today at (727) 222-6922, or online, to speak with an experienced Florida attorney.

Dolman Law Group
1663 1st Ave S.
St. Petersburg, FL 33712
(727) 222-6922

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Don’t Try to Handle Your Lyft Accident Claim Alone



When utilizing a ridesharing service like Lyft, you expect to safely reach your destination every time, and an accident is likely the last thing on your mind. However, if an accident does occur, you will have to make many difficult decisions, including whether to hire an attorney. While legal resources are widely available on the internet, and you may be able to directly negotiate with the insurance company, hiring an experienced attorney can help ensure the best possible result in your case.

You’re Outranked


We want to help our clients recover as much money as possible for their Lyft accident claims, and we also want victims to understand why they shouldn’t attempt to handle such a claim alone. First, the average claims adjuster has more experience than a first-time victim, and may attempt to trick you into signing paperwork that limits your right to fair compensation. For example, the adjuster may offer you $500 to sign a document that waives your right to seek additional money. To avoid being hoodwinked, you should hire an experienced attorney to guide you through the entire process.

No-Fault Benefits—How Car Accident Bills Get Paid


Florida is a no-fault jurisdiction for car accidents, meaning that each driver, vehicle owner, or passenger must go to his or her own auto insurance policy for the first $10,000 in personal injury protection (PIP) benefits. Any medical bills exceeding this amount may not be covered, unless you have private medical insurance or uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage.

Florida’s New Ridesharing Law


Under the new Florida ridesharing law, each driver is defined as a member of a transportation network company (TNC), such as Lyft, that provides a prearranged ride to another person or group through a device that accesses a digital network. All such drivers must carry a minimum of $1 million in liability coverage (which extends to personal injury, death, and property damage).

Even when a TNC driver is off-duty, he or she must have at least $50,000 in personal injury and property damage liability coverage for the vehicle used for rideshares. In each case, the level of coverage that applies from the TNC’s policy (i.e. Lyft’s national insurance policy), and the driver’s insurance, will depend on what the driver was doing at the time of the crash.

For example, a driver could have been waiting for a new job, driving to pick up a new rider, transporting a rider, or operating the vehicle off-duty. A qualified attorney can help you determine if you have a claim against the driver of the vehicle you were riding in during the crash, or if there is a claim against another Lyft driver who struck your vehicle. Other possibilities include that you were a pedestrian, a bicyclist, or a motorcyclist hit by a Lyft driver.

Choose Our St. Petersburg Lyft Crash Lawyers


Sustaining an injury while taking a Lyft drive is a serious matter. This type of case may take years to resolve, and there is no guarantee that you will recover any damages. The attorneys at the Dolman Law Group have the experience to help you take on Lyft’s insurance carrier and/or the driver’s carrier. You will be required to prove that the driver or company was responsible for your injuries. In the past, we’ve helped many accident victims secure monetary relief under Florida’s tort laws.

Each Lyft Accident Case Is Unique


Lawsuits that involve ridesharing companies and/or their drivers have increased in number over the past few years. As a result, in 2017 Governor Rick Scott passed the ridesharing law discussed above to clarify the obligations of TNC drivers, including that they carry the required insurance. If you are injured in a Lyft accident, you have the legal right to pursue a claim, and seek compensation for your injuries. In general, Florida law provides victims with four (4) years from the date of the accident to initiate a claim. Furthermore, victims must demonstrate how the accident caused a permanent injury, significant and permanent scarring or disfigurement, or significant and permanent loss of one or more bodily functions.

Typical Damages in Auto Accident Cases


If you were injured after hailing a ride over a digital network, you may be able to seek compensation for your injuries. Types of expenses for which you may be able to recover include:

  • Medical bills
  • Lost wages (past and future)
  • Prescription drugs
  • Therapy
  • Transportation to doctor appointments
  • Pain and suffering
  • Legal fees and costs
Punitive damages (generally occurs when the defendant’s insurance carrier does not make an offer before trial)


How Will Lyft Drivers Pay Their Fair Share?


Many factors affect whether you have a claim against a Lyft driver following an accident. The first step is often to send a demand letter to the defendant’s insurance carrier, which includes a breakdown of your expenses and a proposed settlement amount. The carrier may offer you a settlement, or you may have to take the case to trial.

Regardless, hiring an experienced attorney to handle this process for you will help achieve the best possible result. While we cannot guarantee a favorable result in your case, as each case depends on the specific circumstances of the accident, we at the Dolman Law Group have significant experience representing victims in Lyft accidents. We understand how to argue for damages based on your medical records and other compelling evidence.

In Florida, attorneys are not permitted to promise that they will secure a specific settlement amount or damages award, and there are no guarantees that you will win any money; however, you want an experienced personal injury attorney on your side who knows how to navigate Florida’s complex legal system.

How Do I Pay My Lyft Accident Lawyer?


At the Dolman Law Group, we regularly represent individuals who have been injured in car accidents, and in appropriate cases, we do so on a contingency fee basis in which we collect attorney’s fees out of any settlement amount or damages award that we secure for you. We provide free consultations, during which we discuss the validity of your case and the relevant fee structure; you are not obligated to hire us after your consultation. It is important to understand that every Lyft accident claim is different, and that your recovery could be limited by a number of factors. However, recovery is possible. If you were injured, or lost a loved one, in a car accident that involved a Lyft driver, contact us at (727) 222-6922, or online, and speak to an experienced attorney today.

Dolman Law Group
1663 1st Ave S.
St. Petersburg, FL 33712
(727) 222-6922

Thursday, September 13, 2018

Personal Injuries Can Potentially Happen Right in Your House


Do you frequently invite guests to your home for parties or business gatherings? What would you do if someone suffered an injury on your property? You may consider your home safe and dismiss this possibility, but it happens more frequently than you might expect, and it could happen to anyone, including you.

What steps would you take to deal with an injured person in your home? Are you liable for injuries sustained by your guests?

Below we discuss premises liability laws in Florida, and what types of accident scenarios are most likely to occur. If you suffered an injury on someone else’s property, or if someone suffered an injury on your property, and you’re worried about potential liability, the Dolman Law Group can help!


What Kind of Premises Liability Laws Does Florida Have?


Even if you’ve lived in Southern Florida for your entire life, you may not be familiar with the state’s premises liability laws. That’s understandable if you’ve never had a guest suffer an injury in your home.

The Florida Bar outlines exactly what safety responsibilities you have as a homeowner when a guest enters your home. You must provide invitees (whether social or business) with warnings of any known dangers on the property. Florida law also requires that you maintain your premises in a reasonably safe condition, including guarding against potential third-party crimes.

Regarding uninvited guests, Florida law only requires that you refrain from causing any willful or wanton injury. For example, you must remove any traps that you may have installed in your home to ward off thieves, but you do not need to guard against third-party crimes or provide any up-front warnings.

Tripping and Falling


Falling is one of the most common household injuries in the United States. According to recent statistics, 6,000 deaths per year are the result of falling in a house. A guest visiting you could end up losing his or her life, or suffer severe injuries in your home, if they fall on your property; and you could be liable.

These falls are sometimes caused by situations that you might not even realize are dangerous. For example, maybe your floor is slippery due to water being tracked inside from the rain, and one of your guests loses their footing and falls. Or, you may own furniture with sharp edges, which could lead to serious head injuries in the event of a fall. Other potential hazards include hardwood floors and stairs, both inside and outside.


Children Poisoned From Items in Your Home


One home-related danger that may not be as obvious as stairs or slippery floors is the risk of a child inadvertently consuming something poisonous. It is easy to place prescription drugs on the bathroom counter and forget the risk this may pose for small children. This scenario could also apply to insecticides, household cleaning supplies, and small objects; a child may not realize the danger these items pose, and ingest something out of curiosity. The accidental poisoning of a child could lead to a major lawsuit filed by the parents that names you as a defendant, even if you are friends with them.

In Florida, home poisonings are a leading cause of death and permanent injury. Poisonings can result from more than just medications and pesticides; children and adults can be poisoned by carbon monoxide, poisonous plants, or even commonplace household products.

To prevent accidental poisonings, inspect your home before having children over, and identify objects that should be removed or situations that should be avoided prior to their arrival.

Injuries From Firearms


Gun ownership is commonplace in Florida. You may have one hidden in a drawer for personal safety, but also where a child could easily find it. Imagine a scenario where you have guests over for a party, and someone’s child snoops through your drawers and finds your firearm. If you forgot to initiate the trigger lock, the child could accidentally fire it, which could obviously result in severe injury or death. Adults could become injured this way as well, whether from being struck by a firearm fired by a child, or accidentally firing one themselves.

Florida already experiences far too many accidental deaths due to firearms, particularly child deaths. These numbers have increased in recent years, and the state has been slow to respond to and recognize this danger.
While accidental firearm deaths are a serious concern on a societal and emotional level, they also are an important part of personal injury law and homeowner liability.

Water-Related Injuries


Anyone who has lived in Southern Florida understands that extreme heat is a problem throughout the entire year, particularly during the summer. If you own a pool, you are likely to invite guests over for a swim during periods of extreme heat. Pools can be hazardous if you fail to take the proper safety precautions.

Do not allow guests, particularly children, to swim in your pool without your supervision. In the event an accident does occur, you want to be there to help and understand what happened. Furthermore, using four-sided fencing that separates the pool from your house and yard can help avoid accidents. Finally, don’t allow electronics around the pool, as that increases the risk of electrocution.

Pool accidents are far too common in Florida, and they can be serious. To avoid an accident, you should take preventative safety steps, including checking for slippery surfaces, inspecting your diving board, and watching out for faulty flotation devices.

Finding Legal Help Immediately


If you have suffered a serious injury as a guest in someone’s home, or if a guest was injured on your property, contact the Dolman Law Group today! Call us at (727) 222-6922, or contact us online, to speak with an experienced attorney regarding your accident. To succeed in court, you may need to gather evidence and understand the intricacies of personal injury law. Having an experienced attorney on your side can help at all stages of your case!

Dolman Law Group
1663 1st Ave S.
St. Petersburg, FL 33712
(727) 222-6922

Friday, September 7, 2018

How Does Bad Weather Influence Traffic Accidents?



If you live in Florida, you know all too well that weather can become unexpectedly volatile very quickly. It can be sunny one minute and hailing the next. Depending on where you live in the Sunshine State, other freak weather can also occur, like flooding, wind, and lightning.

How does this bad weather influence traffic accidents?

Unfortunately, severe weather influences accidents more often than one might think, which is why it’s important to expect the worst, and be prepared. Regardless of how prepared you are, accidents may prove unavoidable. If you are in a weather-related accident, you may need legal assistance.

We’re here to help at Dolman Law Group.

Statistics on Weather-Related Accidents


According to national statistics, weather-related automobile accidents cause more deaths every year than hurricanes, tornadoes, and floods. While it may be hard to believe that these weather disasters, combined, cause fewer deaths than weather-related accidents, consider that these events usually provide plenty of forewarning. For example, most Floridians understand how and when to evacuate for a major hurricane.

However, in a weather-related automobile accident, you don’t always have time to prepare. Sudden inclement weather can strike without any warning, leading drivers into potentially deadly situations. In some cases, an accident may be caused by a negligent or inexperienced driver.

Whether you have lived in St. Petersburg, Florida, your entire life, or are a new transplant, it is important to be aware of the area’s weather and potential dangers. The more aware you are, the more you will understand how the weather may affect the roads; and this increased awareness will improve your driving.

The Dangers of Rain in Florida


Anyone who’s driven the roads of Southern Florida knows that extreme rain can hit at a moment’s notice. These sudden storms often cause serious car accidents, and we frequently represent individuals involved in such accidents.

Last May, rains from the subtropical storm Alberto caused three deadly car accidents in three different locations. Each accident was the result of high water and drivers losing control of their vehicles.

During these storms, drivers often don’t have time to adjust to the changing conditions. Accidents can occur when one driver doesn’t understand how to navigate through torrential rains, and collides with another vehicle. Accordingly, it is important to learn how to control your vehicle during major storms.

Even if you take precautions when driving in the rain, someone else may not. Ultimately, you could end up suffering serious injuries due to another driver’s negligence.

How Extreme Heat Can Cause Car Accidents


Anyone who has lived in Florida knows about the extreme temperature differences that the state can endure. Northern Florida often experiences cooler temperatures, even snow; whereas Southern Florida enjoys year-round warm temperatures that rarely fall below freezing. As a result, summer temperatures in the southern portion of the state can be treacherous, often climbing into the triple digits. These high temperatures can make driving less safe.

Extreme heat increases the risk of tire failure, just one example of the driving risks caused by high temperatures. Imagine driving on a major highway, and your tire falls apart due to the high temperature of the roadway. If surrounded by traffic, you could cause a serious accident.

Beyond equipment and mechanical issues that can be caused by extreme heat, consider how heat affects your mood while driving. If your vehicle’s air conditioning fails, the extreme heat could affect your awareness while driving. If hot enough, the heat could even cause your or another drive to suffer a heat stroke while driving on a busy road. This is a recipe for disaster.


Driving Through Tornadoes or Hurricanes


Along with rainstorms, hailstorms, and extreme heat, Florida is also known for experiencing tornadoes and hurricanes.

While many drivers know what to do when these weather disasters occur, including to stay off of the roads entirely, some individuals panic and attempt to drive. Individuals trying to escape a tornado or a hurricane often leads to chaos on the state’s highways. Hundreds of panicked drivers on the road at once could result in a serious accident. The last thing you want while trying to escape a tornado or hurricane is an irate driver running into your car.

Your best option when extreme weather hits is to stay where you are, and try to seek shelter without driving anywhere. Trying to escape a storm by getting in your car and hitting the road is going to lead to less awareness while driving, and will likely only intensify the situation.

The Very Rare Winter Event


While Southern Florida rarely experiences any type of winter weather, it has happened before, and it could happen again in the future. Given that these winter events only happen generally once every one hundred years, and that it has been over one hundred years since the last one, we may be overdue for our next snowstorm. Most people in Southern Florida would be unprepared if the temperature ever dipped below freezing.

Imagine the types of accidents that an unexpected snowstorm could cause, especially if water on the pavement suddenly freezes.

While most of us at Dolman Law Group haven’t seen any type of winter weather since we began practicing law, we are prepared for anything. We understand that as the weather continues to become more unpredictable, a snowstorm may become more of a possibility. Beyond winter weather, we have experience representing individuals injured in all types of weather-related automobile accidents, and we understand the important steps and nuances of personal injury cases.

It is important to note that Florida is a no-fault state when it comes to car accidents, which means drivers generally enjoy low insurance premiums. However, this system can also favor insurance companies at the expense of the claimants. Hiring an experienced attorney is the best way to avoid being swindled by an insurance company.

If you have experienced a weather-related accident, contact the Dolman Law Group at (727) 222-6922, or online, and speak with an experienced attorney today.

DOLMAN LAW GROUP – ST. PETERSBURG OFFICE
1663 1st Ave S
St. Petersburg, FL 33712

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