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Safety Tips for Sharing the Road with School Buses

School is back in session and many Palm Beach County students and parents are relying on the school bus to get the students to class on time and safely. Even though school buses are one of the safest forms of transportation for traveling to and from school – children are still at risk when other…

Murray Guari Trial Attorneys Sponsor LLS’s Light the Night Kick-off Celebration

Murray Guari Trial Attorneys Sponsor LLS’s Light the Night Kick-off Celebration WEST PALM BEACH, FL – Murray Guari Trial Attorneys is proud to sponsor and participate in the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light the Night Kickoff Celebration on Wednesday, September 14, 2016, from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. at the Manatee Lagoon Center is West…

Warm Weather Can Result In An Increase In Motor Vehicle Accidents

Checking your tires before long road trips and during warm temperatures is crucial – for the safety of others, to save money in your wallet, and to get better gas mileage. According to NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI), last month was the warmest June in 122 years of U.S. record-keeping. Florida was amongst…

Warm Weather Can Result In More Injuries On The Playground

Toddlers and school age children should be watched carefully during warm weather. Parents and sitters view playgrounds as a fun and entertaining place. So do most children. However, if not careful, toddlers and school age children can be subject to potential hazards and injuries including burns from the plastic slide and safety mat. Unfortunately, an increased…

Trial Attorney Jason Guari Recognized for Service as Board Chair of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society – Palm Beach Area Chapter

Trial Attorney Jason Guari Recognized for Service as Board Chair of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society – Palm Beach Area Chapter West Palm Beach, FL – Trial Attorney Jason Guari of the law firm of Murray & Guari was recognized for his two years of service as Board Chair of Leukemia & Lymphomas (LLS) at…

Drivers: Beware of Pedestrians Scan the Roadway

Pedestrian versus motor vehicle accidents are far more common than you think. It happens thousands of times a year in Florida. Often, pedestrian accidents result in serious and sometimes catastrophic injuries or death. According to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s National Center for Statistics and Analysis, 501 pedestrians were killed in single-vehicle crashes in Florida in 2013.…

Night Time Visibility: Headlight Testing – How Did Your Vehicle’s Headlights Fare?

Imagine you are driving down the road at night, when suddenly a child appears in front of you, and you have no time to avoid impact. Are your headlights to blame? Many of us were taught not to “overdrive” our headlights – meaning not to travel so fast that our stopping distance is farther than…

Attorney Scott B. Perry Named Rising Star by Florida Super Lawyer Magazine

Attorney Scott B. Perry Named Rising Star by Florida Super Lawyer Magazine West Palm Beach, FL – Murray Guari Trial Attorneys congratulate Scott Perry on being named a 2016 Rising Star in the area of Personal Injury by Florida Super Lawyer Magazine — an annual publication that recognizes Florida’s top lawyers. Scott represents clients who have…

Florida’s Boating Safety Bill Passes Saving Lives – Making Boating Safer

In March, Governor Rick Scott passed House Bill 427 also known as the “Safe Boating” bill, prompted by the disappearance of Florida teens Austin Stephanos and Perry Cohen. The bill offers boaters a state vessel registration discount for buying and registering emergency locator devices. Emergency beacons such as a Personal Locator Beacon (PLB) and an…

Hit and Run Crashes in Florida Remain Steady

Hit and Run Crashes in Florida Remain Steady Recently, a hit and run in Palm Beach County resulting in the death of MMA fighter, Jordan Parsons made nationals news. A hit and run accident is when a driver crashes into another vehicle, a pedestrian, or private property, then leaves without identifying himself, rendering aid, or both.…