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Blog Posts in 2018

  • Injured on Vacation - What to Do Next

    No one enjoys dealing with the aftermath of an injury, and navigating the claims process in another state can be confusing and unnerving. If you sustain an injury while on vacation, don’t panic. At The Wiseman Law Firm, we have developed a list of steps for you to follow to ensure you gather the right information to use in a personal injury claim. 1.Seek Immediate Medical Attention The last thing ...
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  • What to Do After a Dog Attack

    A large number of dog bites occur each year. What should you do in the event of a dog attack? Keep reading to learn more about the 4 steps you need to take after a dog attack: 1. Obtain Owner and Witness Information The dog’s owner may be liable for the attack, so it is important to obtain their name and contact information, as well as the name, breed, and age of the animal. Taking a picture of ...
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  • Thinking of Representing Yourself? Read This First!

    Being in the mix of the criminal justice system can feel daunting with all of the paperwork, trial dates, and the fear of an upcoming sentencing. Before all that, there’s the task of finding the right criminal defense lawyer. Don’t let the legal system take advantage of you. Our Orlando criminal defense lawyers at The Wiseman Law Firm have the knowledge you need to guide you through your upcoming ...
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  • What You Need to Know About Apologizing After an Accident

    Accidents are chaotic and overwhelming events and we are often swept away by the weight of the moment, which can sometimes lead to mistakes. People often feel obligated to apologize, regardless if they were at fault or simply a victim caught in an unfortunate situation. However, apologizing for an accident is a critical error that must be avoided, or you could jeopardize your chances of obtaining ...
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  • Arrested for a DUI? What You Should Know About Your DMV Hearing

    If you’ve been arrested for a DUI in Florida, you need to act immediately to protect your driver’s license. You have 10 days after your arrest to request a formal review hearing to contest the administrative suspension of your driver’s license. If you do not fight this suspension, you will lose your driver’s license, even if you win your criminal trial. What Happens at a DMV Hearing? A formal ...
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