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FLORIDA TO MOVE OVER FOR MORE THAN JUST LAW ENFORCEMENT

Posted | May 10, 2024
  The Sunshine State is one of the many states who have adopted the Move Over Law to include stranded and disabled vehicles. This has already applied to law enforcement officers, first responders, and all those folks in neon vests for over 20 years. Have you ever pulled over on the side of the interstate … Continue reading FLORIDA TO MOVE OVER FOR MORE THAN JUST LAW ENFORCEMENT

Funding Tampa Bay’s Future Lawyers

Posted | March 15, 2024
The Evidence Is In Giving back to the community is something that hits us especially deep. Providing support to our neighbors is key to how we function as more than lawyers, but individuals. And when we get the chance to give back to the future lawyers, especially in our community, sign us up. That’s why … Continue reading Funding Tampa Bay’s Future Lawyers

My Grandparents Reside in an Assisted Living Facility That Seems Understaffed.  My Grandpa Fell and Got Hurt. Who Do I Call?

Posted | March 05, 2024
Assisted living facilities are designed to provide a safe and caring environment for seniors who may need assistance with daily activities. Families entrust the care of their vulnerable relatives to these facilities expecting their loved ones to be well treated and properly monitored.  Unfortunately, situations can arise where understaffing or neglect leads to accidents and … Continue reading My Grandparents Reside in an Assisted Living Facility That Seems Understaffed.  My Grandpa Fell and Got Hurt. Who Do I Call?

Have You Been Misdiagnosed? You May Have Grounds for a Medical Malpractice Claim

Posted | March 05, 2024
It’s More Common than You Think When healthcare providers make errors in diagnosing a patient’s condition, the consequences can be life-altering or even deadly. Physicians must first create a differential diagnosis that is essentially a list of all potential illnesses or infirmities consistent with the patient’s complaints and clinical presentation. Then, by virtue of ordering … Continue reading Have You Been Misdiagnosed? You May Have Grounds for a Medical Malpractice Claim

So You Don’t Like Your POTUS? (Hey, It’s America, What Else Is New?) but What If It Were Illegal Not To?

Posted | January 29, 2024
Jailed for Free Speech Having lived most of his life outside the country, Vacharaesorn Vivacharawongse is one of five sons of Thailand’s King Vajiralongkorn and has come forward with a call for open discussions about the country’s monarchy. Why does this matter? Well, unlike America, in Thailand, you can be charged under Article 112 of … Continue reading So You Don’t Like Your POTUS? (Hey, It’s America, What Else Is New?) but What If It Were Illegal Not To?

New Year’s Perspective

Posted | January 04, 2024
Everyone Is Doing It The new year is a great time to work harder on relationships, careers or personal growth areas. The truth is, while we don’t need a pre-determined time to make the moves we want to make, it can be easier to start something, and even stay with something for longer if you … Continue reading New Year’s Perspective

Emergency C-Sections Are Common, But Can They Also Be Medical Malpractice?

Posted | November 27, 2023
The birth of a child should be a joyous occasion, but when complications arise during labor and delivery, medical decisions must be made fast to ensure the safety of both mother and baby. Emergency cesarean sections, typically referred to as C-sections, are common procedures, however, there are instances where an emergency C-section can lead to … Continue reading Emergency C-Sections Are Common, But Can They Also Be Medical Malpractice?

Can the Hospital Be Liable for Making Me Wait Too Long at the Emergency Room?

Posted | October 31, 2023
When it comes to urgent medical care, every minute counts. Yet, it’s not uncommon for patients to experience long wait times in hospital emergency rooms. If you’ve been in a situation like this, you might wonder if the hospital can be held liable for making you wait longer than average limits. There Are Reasons for … Continue reading Can the Hospital Be Liable for Making Me Wait Too Long at the Emergency Room?

Fighting For Our First Amendment Rights

Posted | October 04, 2023
Protecting Your Constitutional Right to Fight Taking a knee during the Pledge of Allegiance is a Constitutional right that has become a symbolic act of protest against social injustices. Regardless of beliefs, it’s a fundamental bedrock on which America is founded—free speech—the right to kneel for what you stand for. “I personally choose to stand … Continue reading Fighting For Our First Amendment Rights

7 MANEY | GORDON Trial Lawyers’ Attorneys Recognized as Best Lawyers® Award Recipients

Posted | August 22, 2023
101 E Kennedy Blvd # 1700, Tampa, FL 33602, August 4, 2023 — MANEY | GORDON Trial Lawyers is pleased to announce that 9 lawyers have been included in the 2024 edition of The Best Lawyers in America®. Since it was first published in 1983, Best Lawyers has become universally regarded as the definitive guide … Continue reading 7 MANEY | GORDON Trial Lawyers’ Attorneys Recognized as Best Lawyers® Award Recipients
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