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Injury Claims Involving Minors

One of the most difficult moments in any parent’s life is when they see their child being injured. Whether or not it’s playing in the backyard by themselves or with a friend, playing on a school sports team, or if they’re in a car, in that moment when a parent realizes that their child’s been hurt, nothing else matters. The only thing the parent is concerned about is whether or not their child is going to be okay, whether they’re going to get right back up and get back in the game, whether they need to shake it off, or whether it’s something more significant and that child needs to get medical attention, or rush to see a doctor.

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Client Profile: Dawn Howell

At Michles & Booth, P.A. we take pride in our “aggressive and compassionate” approach to your case. Although we work swiftly, we never lose sight of what’s truly important. We want you to be heard and cared for. Our February 2017 Client of the Month, Ms. Dawn Howell, is truly amazing. Faced with more than her share of misfortune, we’re…

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As a passenger in a car accident, you have more options for insurance coverage

Injury Claims Involving Passengers in Car Accidents

Whether or not you’re riding in your own car but somebody else is driving, or you’re riding in a friend or a coworker’s car, if you’re involved in a car accident and you’re a passenger in a car, there are certain bits of information that you need to find out as quickly as possible in order to help protect your…

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Client Profile: Janice Thomas & Anthony Claxton

When Anthony & Janice were rear ended by a drunk driver, they turned to the people they trusted for advice for help, which lead them to Michles & Booth. Learn more about their situation and how we were able to help them.

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“I reached a point where I had to ask for help.”

Susan Brown, our December Client of the Month, traveled from Georgia to Pensacola so we could interview her—wow! Susan’s willingness to join us, and to tell her story speak volumes about who she is as a person and client.

Kathleen Reynolds became a client after being rear-ended in an automobile accident by a distracted driver.

November Client Of The Month: Kathleen Reynolds

Don’t let Kathleen Reynolds fool you—hidden by a gentle spirit and kindness, is the fight and strength of an army. Kathleen Reynolds, twenty-two year breast cancer survivor, volunteer, and proud mother, is the type of person we should all strive to be. She is also our November Client Of The Month.

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What are “Damages” in a personal injury case?

I want to talk to you a little bit about damages, and sometimes that’s translated into “hey, what’s my case worth?” You know a lot of people don’t understand in personal injury cases that the damages are a measure of compensation as opposed to punishment.

October Client of the Month: Heidi Warriner

October Client of the Month: Heidi Warriner

The lesson Heidi learned, a lesson we want all victims to learn is, our fee is contingent upon you collecting from the at-fault drivers insurance. No one deserves to be injured or to have their property damaged as a result of someone’s negligence, but if you are in that position, you deserve to be compensated!

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Clearing Up the Misconceptions of “No Fault” Coverage

In this week’s installment of our video blog, Marcus Michles talks about misconceptions Florida’s no-fault system. What does being a no-fault state mean? What does full coverage really mean? How does no-fault coverage work?

What is Wrongful Death?

Have you recently lost a loved one? Whenever someone close to us dies, we are left with heartbreak and sorrow that will remain, to some degree, for the rest of our lives. Unfortunately, death is a part of life. The ways in which people die are too innumerable to count. Many times death is attributable to natural causes such as…

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