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The Importance of Uninsured Motorist Coverage

2018-09-18T20:59:31+00:00

The Importance of Uninsured Motorist Coverage   Imagine you are badly injured in a crash that was the other driver’s fault.  You hire a lawyer and you hope you will be adequately compensated for your damages.  Now imagine your surprise and disappointment when you find out that the driver that hit you didn’t have [...]

Steps to Take if You are Injured in a Car Accident (Part 3)

2017-08-30T19:15:21+00:00

Steps to Take if You are Injured in a Car Accident (Part 3) The following is the final post of our series on steps in a car accident case. Litigation begins with filing suit. This is where your lawyer will draft a complaint and file it with the appropriate court. From there the defendant [...]

Steps to Take if You are Injured in a Car Accident (Part 2)

2017-08-30T19:14:36+00:00

Steps to Take if You are Injured in a Car Accident (Part 2) The following is a continuation of our series on steps in a car accident case. At a certain point we would recommend you hire a lawyer. There are some cases that you probably don’t need one. If the crash was minor [...]

Steps to Take if You’re Injured in a Car Accident (Part 1)

2017-08-30T19:18:17+00:00

Steps to Take if You’re Injured in a Car Accident (Part 1) This begins a series on steps in a car accident case. You are in a car accident. Hopefully it is not too serious. You are pretty sure it was not your fault. Even though it may not seem serious it is important [...]

Brian Williams, Memory and the Law

2017-08-30T19:11:48+00:00

Brian Williams, Memory and the Law The Brian Williams controversy has ignited a debate over whether the NBC Nightly News anchor of more than ten years should be fired or given another chance. Most have said that since he sits in a position of power and trust with this lapse in his credibility, that [...]

Alternative Means for Proving Constructive Knowledge in Slip and Fall Cases

2017-08-30T19:10:12+00:00

Alternative Means for Proving Constructive Knowledge in Slip and Fall Cases Generally, when we think of proving constructive knowledge in Florida for a slip-and-fall case, we think that we have to follow the statute 768.0755 and prove it in one of two ways: (a) The dangerous condition existed for such a length of time [...]

Welcome to our law office

2017-08-30T19:08:31+00:00

Welcome to our Law office William Ogle, the principle attorney at Ogle Law Offices is a National Board Certified Civil Trial Specialist. He was awarded this distinction in 1992 after proving his qualifications through numerous trials and examinations. To become a National Certified Civil Trial Specialist requires the recommendation of the judges before whom [...]