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Posted By Salter, Healy, Rivera & Heptner | April 27 2020 | Wrongful Death

Seeking Compensation for a Wrongful Death

If you have lost a loved one because of someone who was being reckless, careless, or even malicious, you are probably feeling very heartbroken and lost. These incidents can’t be fixed, and no amount of litigation can bring your loved one back, so it’s harder to cope with. Seeking compensation for a wrongful death requires…

Posted By Salter, Healy, Rivera & Heptner | April 20 2020 | Truck Accidents

Commercial Vehicle Wrecks

Commercial vehicle wrecks are devastating, traumatic, and life-altering. We want to help you get through this. The injuries that result from these accidents can be severe, and it is important to protect your rights if you have been the unfortunate victim of a commercial vehicle crash. Here are a few things to know. How to…

Posted By Salter, Healy, Rivera & Heptner | April 13 2020 | Car Accidents

Mistakes to Avoid After a Car Accident

There are several mistakes to avoid after a car accident if you want to have a successful personal injury claim. Even if the other driver is 100% at-fault for the accident, you still need to make sure your rights are protected. In this article, experienced St. Petersburg attorney Robert J. Healy discusses the mistakes to…

Posted By Salter, Healy, Rivera & Heptner | April 6 2020 | Pedestrian Accidents

Injured in a Pedestrian Accident

If you have been seriously injured in a pedestrian accident, contact our office to arrange a free case review with our St. Petersburg pedestrian accident attorneys. We first want to express how sorry we are that you have to deal with this. Your injuries are most likely severe and require medical treatment. It can be…

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