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Randall Spivey
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President and founder of the Spivey Law Firm, Personal Injury Attorneys, P.A.
President and founder of the Spivey Law Firm, Personal Injury Attorneys, P.A.

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Report Shows Some Drivers Hurt in Serious Crashes May Still be Careless Behind the Wheel People - Depending on the severity of the incident, some drivers may become traumatized such that they lose all interest in ever driving again. We are well aware of the physical, emotional and financial devastation that accident victims often experience after an accident.

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Congratulations to all of those honored by the Naples Alliance for Children.

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Florida with its beautiful weather and scenery would seem the perfect place to enjoy a peaceful and safe bike ride. However, that is not the case. Over the years Florida has been ranked by the U. S. Department of Transportation as one of the most lethal states in the nation for bicyclists.

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Prevent "false alarms". The Charlotte County Sheriff's Office reports that more than 95% of intrusion alarms are false. False alarms can be dangerous as they divert the attention of the sheriff's office away from what could be other serious situations. Charlotte County Code 2-5 Article VI requires the registration of security alarms. Download the registration form here: Alarm Registration Form

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Sports Eye Injuries May Result in Law Suits - Playing some sports can be dangerous by virtue of the sport. However, there are occasions where someone can be held responsible for eye injuries and/or blindness.

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Every year the IIHS (Insurance Institute for Highway Safety) conducts vehicle tests to determine the crashworthiness of new vehicles. These tests include how well a vehicle protects its occupants in a crash, the vehicle's front crash prevention, warning systems that either warn the driver or brake automatically to avoid or mitigate a frontal collision. Only vehicles that perform the best are given the TOP SAFETY PICK. Before purchasing that new vehicle go to Top Safety Picks. http://www.iihs.org/iihs/ratings/TSP-List

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How safe is your playground? - According to the National Program for Playground Safety (NPPS), over 200 thousand children are injured at U.S. playgrounds each year. NPPS was founded in 1995 to help address the issue of playground safety as there is "no nationally coordinated effort". Since the week of April 20, 2015, is National Playground Safety Week, we feel it is important to share the following information on playground safety.

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Is your rental vehicle safe? At one time or another we all have probably rented a vehicle. Perhaps we are on a business trip, using a rental vehicle while our primary vehicle is being repaired, or taking the family on a vacation. When we pick up the vehicle, it has a full tank of gas and is clean and in good repair. At least that is what we assume and expect from vehicle rental companies. However, that may not be the case.

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In December 2014, Keurig Green Mountain Inc. (Keurig) announced it was recalling over 7 million MINI Plus brewers made between December of 2009 and July 2014. The affected brewers have the model number “K10” and serial numbers that start with 31. Apparently, the company had received hundreds of reports stating that hot liquid was escaping from the brewer during use, which led to some consumers suffering burn-related injuries. 

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Attorney Representation Important for Vehicle Accident Injuries - Every day in Southwest Florida there are car, truck and motorcycle accidents involving injuries. On Thursday, March 26, 2015 alone, before 12 noon, there were two in Collier County, according to the Florida Highway Patrol Traffic Crash Report; one on Immokalee Road and one on I-75. If you have a vehicle, you have, or should have, insurance. If you have insurance, then why should you have an attorney? Isn't insurance enough to cover everything? Won't the insurance company take care of you? Why should you contact an attorney? 
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