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Our Website is Now Accessible to Everyone!

We’re thrilled to announce that our website, murrayguari.com, is now fully compliant with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards. This means that our website is accessible to everyone, regardless of their abilities. What does WCAG and ADA Compliance Mean? WCAG and ADA are sets of guidelines that […]
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Alarming Rise in Pedestrian Deaths

Sharing the Road Safely Pedestrian deaths in the United States are on the rise, prompting serious concern and action. According to Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), drivers struck and killed at least 7,508 people walking in 2022 – the highest number since 1981, and an average of 20 deaths every day. The White House recently […]
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Don’t Skimp on Security

Uninsured Motorist Coverage in Tough Times In uncertain economic times, it’s tempting to cut costs wherever possible. However, one area where you should never compromise is your insurance coverage, particularly uninsured motorist coverage. When there is a shaky economy, there is a greater chance that you might encounter uninsured drivers on the road as people […]
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Rest, Recharge, Reignite

The Rise of Recovery Rituals The days of pushing through pain, relying solely on ice packs, and glorifying “no rest days” are fading. Athletes and fitness enthusiasts alike are embracing a new mindset: prioritizing recovery for peak performance and longevity. This shift has ignited a spotlight on dedicated recovery strategies, making foam rolling, targeted stretching, […]
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What is Burden of Proof

Learning Legalese! Knowledge is Power Burden of Proof in a Personal Injury Lawsuit The burden of proof is the requirement of the plaintiff in a personal injury lawsuit to bring sufficient evidence that the allegations he or she made are true. In a personal injury lawsuit, the plaintiff has the burden to prove the defendant […]
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Scott Perry – Guest on the Verdict is Marketing Podcast – Share Expert Tips on Personal Branding.

Listen to attorney Scott Perry discuss personal branding and building a referral-based marketing practice on The Verdict is: Marketing podcast. Scott had some great advice for younger lawyers and those just embarking on this process. Click here to listen
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Florida Tightens Golf Cart Rules

Age Limits and ID Required According to Florida law, some golf carts may be considered Low-Speed Vehicles (LSVs). LSVs are described as any vehicle with four wheels that can travel at speeds over 20 miles per hour but do not exceed 25 miles per hour. They can only be operated on streets where the speed […]
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What are Damages

Learning Legalese! Knowledge is Power Damages Damages in a civil lawsuit are what a plaintiff is seeking to recover. In a personal injury claim, damages are calculated in terms of money. There are two categories of damages, economic damages which are measurable – such as medical expenses and lost wages – and non-economic damages that are […]
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Road Reflectors

How Road Colors Guide and Protect You Most days, you speed past them without a second glance – those unassuming bumps and reflective dots embedded in the asphalt. They are called road reflectors, cats’ eyes, or even raised pavement markers. These markers play a vital role in keeping our roads safe. Beyond those occasional “bumpy” […]
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When To Consider Partition Actions in Real Estate

Guest Columnist – Guy  E. Quattlebaum of James Brown Law A Partition Action is a civil lawsuit to force the sale of Florida real estate. Florida law allows property to be owned jointly by several persons or entities. Often times, joint owners of a property cannot agree on the management or sale of a property […]