St Petersburg Personal Injury Attorneys McQuaid & Douglas are proud to announce that Sean McQuaid has been elected as Battaglia, Ross, Dicus & McQuaid, P.A.’s new President.
St Petersburg Personal Injury Attorneys McQuaid & Douglas have been awarded Best Personal Injury Lawyers in St Petersburg, FL for the second year in a row!
St Petersburg Personal Injury Attorneys McQuaid & Douglas today announced Taylor Shallenburg has joined Battaglia, Ross, Dicus & McQuaid, P.A. as the Personal Injury Department Case Manager/Paralegal.
Sexual abuse occurs in every part of the world and this week’s scandal involving a juvenile detention officer in Pinellas County illustrates how prevalent these issues are.
At least three bills have been filed that all aim to end the PIP system. It is a strong possibility that 2019 will be the year that Florida eliminates PIP.
Pedestrian safety along Park Boulevard in Pinellas Park is set for significant improvement as plans to upgrade the sidewalks will get underway this spring (2019), says the Pinellas County Public Works. The changes, which are being made through the county's Capital Improvement Program, aim to significantly improve pedestrian safety along Park Boulevard N. (CR 694) from east of Starkey Road to West of 66th Street. Pinellas County is believed to suffer around 77 car crashes each day, with many of these being hit-and-run incidents. Improvements to the sidewalks and roads are welcome news for those of us who are familiar [...]
Have you been a victim of abuse by a Catholic priest? This is the question that Florida’s Attorney General, Pam Bondi, has recently made headlines with. The Attorney General’s office has developed and launched a website which serves as a tip line called MyFloridaLegal.com/stopabuse. This tip line is directly focused on helping investigate and prosecute complaints of abuse at the hands of church representatives. While the tip line is not directly focused on the Catholic Church, Attorney General Bondi’s action comes on the heels of a Pennsylvania investigation which led to a Grand Jury indicting more than 300 Catholic priests. [...]