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Consultation Vs. Hiring An Attorney

Often times, we get asked what is the difference between a consultation and actually hiring an attorney. A consultation is when an attorney will review your claim with you and will explain the strong and weak points of your case. They may need some additional information or may have to do research in order to give you a competent assessment, especially if there are multiple legal issues or your claim is complex. During a consultation, you have not actually hired an attorney, you have just sought advice. But do not feel as though your dealings are not confidential as there...

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NEW Second Location in Zephyrhills!

This year has been incredible! It has been an honor to serve the incredible people of Port Richey, Florida and we will continue to do so. We are growing and want to be more accessible so we can better assist additional communities. Therefore, the Nicoletti Law Firm is proud to announce that we have opened a second location in Zephyrhills, Florida! This office will give us an additional and more convenient space to meet clients from Zephyrhills and surrounding areas such as Dade City, Wesley Chapel, Lutz, and North Tampa. We could not be more excited! Zephyrhills Office Address: 5720 Gall Blvd, Suite 4 Zephyrhills,...

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Why You Should Think Twice About Taking A Legal Loan

Times can get tough after an accident. You may not be able to work for an extended period of time and the 60% of wages that PIP (Personal Injury Protection) coverage pays may not be enough to cover all of your bills. You need compensation now but your treatment is not complete and therefore, your attorney cannot send out your demand to the insurance company. What are you supposed to do? Some might suggest that you take out a legal loan. In accordance with the Florida Bar Rules, attorneys are not allowed to loan clients money. However, there are companies that will...

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4 Of 5 Most Dangerous Highways Are Located In Florida

Florida is known for the sunshine, it’s beautiful beaches, and multiple incredible attractions. At this time, over 20 million people call Florida home and more than 100 million people visit each year. The attorneys of the Nicoletti Law Firm cannot imagine a more beautiful place to practice law and we are delighted to be able to serve the great people of this state. However, having all of those residents and all of those visitors comes with a price. Sadly, the state of Florida contains 4 of the 5 most dangerous highways in the United States according to a recent study. The...

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Florida Ranked Highest For Bicycle Accidents

Bicycling is considered to be a very healthy activity whether it be for pleasure or for sport. However, Florida needs to take immediate action. A recent study that was published showed that the Sunshine State “had the nation's highest proportion of bicyclist fatalities at 7.4 percent in 2015.” The study used research from 2015 because it was the most recent complete data that was available at this time. Experts have agreed that it is likely that Florida’s roadways were designed for cars, and not for bicyclists and pedestrians. This lack of foresight has caused a large increase in bicycle accidents throughout...

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Do I Have To Sue?

Many potential clients ask us at the Nicoletti Law Firm if they have to file a lawsuit in order to be compensated for the negligence of another. Many people see a legal show on TV that always shows a lawyer in court and may believe they themselves always have to go to court to get properly compensated. Although it may not seem like a complete answer, the only answer that we can provide is “not always, but sometimes.” The process of representation first starts with a consultation. At the Nicoletti Law Firm, we provide a FREE consultation. During the consultation, an...

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Who Are You Really Suing?

Often times, a potential client may be concerned that our firm is going to go after the individual that hit them personally. Although our clients have been injured, they have may reservations about potentially ruining someone financially. Although some firms may go after individuals personally, which is completely legal, that is usually only if the person has significant assets AND the person does not have car insurance. A firm may also go after an individual if the person has significant assets AND a settlement has been reached with the insurance company but it does not fully compensate the injured party...

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Should You Get Rental Car Insurance?

Millions of cars are rented each year. Companies like Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Hertz,  and Avis supply customers with rental vehicles throughout Florida. Anyone who has rented a car always gets asked the same series questions. In our opinion, the most important of those question is: “Do you want our rental car insurance?” What should your answer be? Absolutely! It is not only because, as we have said in prior articles, you can never have enough insurance coverage, but also because you may be putting yourself at financial risk if you fail to spend a few extra dollars on coverage offered by the rental...

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Should You Go To The Doctor After An Accident Even Though You Feel “Okay”?

After an accident, we often have clients ask if they should go to the doctor even if they do not feel much pain. The answer is: ABSOLUTELY! Now, we at the Nicoletti Law Firm are not doctors and we are not providing you with any type of medical advice in this article. But, we do have an obligation to provide counsel and want to make sure that you are safe. Often times, injuries may not present themselves right away, even after an accident. It is in your best interest to get checked out by a qualified medical professional to determine if...

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10 Tips For Driving During The Rain

With Hurricane Irma quickly approaching, you might find yourself driving in some bad weather. Rain and wind can drastically change driving conditions. Therefore, here are ten tips that you should remember before and when you drive in the rain or during a heavy storm: Fill up your tank earlier in the week. The last thing you need to be worrying about is having to fill up while trying to concentrate on a rainy road. Check your tires. Tires with weak tread may not grip a wet road as well as newer tires with thicker tread. Make sure your tires are...

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