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Florida Appeals Court Rules in Favor of Plaintiff in Slip and Fall Case

By The Pawlowski & Mastrilli Law Group |

On March 29th, 2017, the Florida’s Second District Court of Appeal ruled in favor of a plaintiff in a slip and fall case. The case, McNabb v. Bay Village Club Condominium Association, Inc., provides a good window into how Florida courts handle slip and fall cases. More specifically, this case turned on the issue… Read More »


Landlord Liability for Florida Dog Bite Injuries

By The Pawlowski & Mastrilli Law Group |

According to the Florida Department of Health, dog bites result in hundreds of overnight hospital stays in our state every year. We need to do more to protect innocent victims of dog attacks, who are disproportionately young children. Dog owners have the primary legal responsibility to protect the public from the risks posed by… Read More »


Can Florida Police Search Your Cell Phone?

By The Pawlowski & Mastrilli Law Group |

Your cell phone, much like your computer, holds a considerable amount of sensitive personal information.  As such, it is of little surprise that law enforcement officials often have a desire to access this information.  However, you have every right to keep your phone, its contents, and you personal privacy protected.  Florida police officers do… Read More »


Florida Car Accident Injuries: Whiplash

By The Pawlowski & Mastrilli Law Group |

If you have been involved in a rear-end collision in Tampa Bay, you may have experienced ‘whiplash’. This term is used to describe a wide array of different neck injuries and neck strains, particularly those involving soft tissue damage. A whiplash injury may also be referred to as a myofascial injury, a hyperflexion injury… Read More »


Tampa Roofing Company Failed to Follow Safety Regulations, Now Faces DOL Lawsuit

By The Pawlowski & Mastrilli Law Group |

According to reporting from the Tampa Bay Business Journal, the United States Department of Labor (DOL) has brought a lawsuit against Jasper Roofing Contractors Inc. for their attempts to obstruct a workplace safety investigation. Several times over the past few years, the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) has conducted workplace safety reviews at… Read More »


What You Need to Know About Florida’s Pre-Trial Intervention Program

By The Pawlowski & Mastrilli Law Group |

In Florida, some offenders, including certain felony offenders, may be eligible to enter a pre-trial intervention program. This type of program is a diversion program that can, if successfully completed, result in your criminal charges being dismissed. Here, our Florida felony defense lawyers discuss some of the important things you should know about our… Read More »


Florida Rental Car Accidents: Understanding Liability

By The Pawlowski & Mastrilli Law Group |

Rental cars are everywhere. Indeed, Auto Rental News reports that there are 2.3 million rental cars currently on the road in the United States. Whether you are renting a car during a vacation, while your own vehicle is in the mechanic’s shop, or for any other reason, it is imperative that you fully understand… Read More »


You Should Always Take Pictures After a Car Accident

By The Pawlowski & Mastrilli Law Group |

Nearly all Tampa Bay car accident attorneys agree that you must take extensive accident scene pictures after a car crash. While the responding police officers are also supposed to take pictures, you need to get your own copies. This is true for three primary reasons: 1) The officers may not take the right pictures… Read More »


Florida Personal Injury Claims: Amputations and Loss of Limbs

By The Pawlowski & Mastrilli Law Group |

The loss of a limb in an accident is devastating. It is a catastrophic injury that will have life-altering effects on the victim and their family. While there is nothing that can truly make up for this type of loss, victims are entitled to recover substantial financial recovery. Sadly, the big insurance companies try… Read More »


Florida Appeals Court Denies Defendant’s Motion to Suppress Evidence

By The Pawlowski & Mastrilli Law Group |

Recently, Florida’s Second District Court of Appeal issued a decision in the case of Zachary Daniels v. the State of Florida. This appeal involved a dispute over the issue of how police officers are allowed to legally obtain evidence. While this is certainly a highly technical issues, it is one that is critically important… Read More »

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