Employee Spotlight: Meet Nicole Craig Hello readers! My name is Nicole and I am Chelsie’s pre-litigation paralegal. I started with Chelsie in November 2016 and was promoted to a paralegal in May of 2018. I grew up in Ohio. Upon graduation from high school, I moved to Lakeland Florida where I attended Florida Southern College….

Employee Spotlight: Meet Regina Absher Regina is a Florida Registered Paralegal who has been working in the legal industry for nearly 20 years. She has worked for Attorney Chelsie M. Lamie for the past decade. In 2016, Regina was promoted from head pre-litigation paralegal to Law Office Manager. Responsibilities include supervision of all pre-litigation cases…

Tampa Bay Drivers: Have You Checked Your Blinker Fluid? Do you know how many people drive without topping off their blinker fluid? Neither do I, but here in Pinellas County it seems to be a rampant problem. In other counties as well, it has gotten out of hand! You know who I’m talking about, you’ve…

Defensive Driving Rule Number One: Staying Alert In this series of articles on defensive driving, we will cover a wide range of strategies to help you prevent auto accidents. As many as 9 out of 10 auto accidents can be prevented by effective defensive driving strategies. Developing your defensive driving skills and avoiding accidents will…

Is the Truck Company Liable for My Accident Injuries? Employers are generally responsible for the conduct and behavior of their employees while their employees are in the course and scope of employment. However, if the truck driver is an independent contractor, then only the driver may be held liable. Conversely, if the parties have an…

Florida Drivers Among the Worst in the US? Florida may no longer be the state with the worst drivers in the US, however, it is still ranked in the top 10 for worst drivers. A recent annual report released shows Florida is now ranked number 8 for worst drivers. The report ranked Florida as number…

Have a Teen Driver in Tampa Bay? In the US, the leading cause of death for 15-18-year-old teenagers is motor vehicle accidents. Studies show in 2016, over 2000 teenage drivers were involved in fatal car accidents. Last week, a 17-year-old Hernando County girl died as a result of injuries from a crash on US 19…

Tampa Bay Car Accident? Don’t Forget to Call the Police! The role of the responding officer in a personal injury case is to report to the scene of the accident. The officer will often determine fault, write a report and issue traffic tickets if warranted. Although the police report is not normally admissible in the…

Survival Action vs. Wrongful Death The core difference between a Wrongful Death action and a Survival action is that while a wrongful death action allows the Estate of the deceased to pursue damages for the death of the victim for the beneficiaries, the survival action allows the Estate to be awarded damages the decedent could…

Car seats can do an amazing job of protecting children in the event of a car crash. After an auto accident, though, is it safe to continue to use a baby’s car seat, or will you need to replace the seat after an accident occurs? My office hears this question all the time. While we…

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