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St. Petersburg, FL, United States, 2011/05/11 - What should you do after an auto accident? The experienced attorneys at Reeder & Nussbaum, P.A. in St. Petersburg, FL will answer your questions on May 26. It's good information to know, even if you do not need a lawyer right now - Counselorsoflaw.com.
Have you been in an accident? Are you unsure of your legal rights? The experienced attorneys at the personal injury and wrongful death law firm of Reeder & Nussbaum, P.A., will answer your questions from 10 am. to 4 pm. on May 26 at their St. Petersburg law office, 2201 4th Street North, Suite G.
Many times, people are involved in automobile crashes, slip-and-falls or other painful situations and they don’t know whether they have a legal case. As part of their commitment to giving back to the community, attorneys Andrew Reeder and Marc Nussbaum invite you to ask your questions and see whether you need an advocate for your rights.
Both attorneys used to work for insurance companies, and they understand the complexities of the system. Discover the dos and don’ts after an accident, what goes into an investigation, how Florida’s automobile insurance laws work, and more. It’s good information to know, even if you don’t need a lawyer right now.
The attorneys also invite questions on nursing home abuse, school and daycare incidents, wrongful death investigations and consumer law. What are your rights? What do you need to know to make an informed decision about the next step to take? Find out during this free consultation as Andrew Reeder and Marc Nussbaum share their legal knowledge with the community.
To make an appointment, call 727-521-2889 or E: info[.]counselorsoflaw.com. Walk-ins are also welcome.
About Reeder & Nussbaum, P.A.
The personal injury and wrongful death law firm of Reeder & Nussbaum (counselorsoflaw.com) represents clients from Hillsborough, Pinellas and Manatee counties. Its lawyers are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. All personal injury cases are handled on a contingency basis; clients do not pay the law firm unless its lawyers recover money.