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Resources for Hurricane Sally Victims

Posted by Phillip Warren | Sep 26, 2020 | 0 Comments

Click the link below for a free download of multiple resources we have compiled for Hurricane Sally victims: FEMA assistance, basic supplies, help for seniors, disaster recovery loans, help for Veterans, and more.  Information, contact details, and clickable links for each resource are included. ...

Alabama Judge Sanctions Allstate for Egregious Conduct

Posted by Phillip Warren | Jun 19, 2020 | 0 Comments

This insured was certainly not in “good hands” when he filed a claim for coverage he was owed under his policy with Allstate.  Thankfully, Alabama Circuit Court Judge, Karen K. Hall, called Allstate out for its egregious conduct in willfully refusing to attempt to mediate and settle the case in g...

Legally, Cars Are as Dangerous as Dynamite

Posted by Phillip Warren | Jun 09, 2020 | 0 Comments

It's true!  Under Florida law, cars are considered “dangerous instrumentalities” because they are capable of causing serious bodily injury, even death, in the manner they are used, i.e., driven at high rates of speed.  Think about that for a moment.  The law considers your car as dangerous as a g...

Tropical Storm Cristobal Sets a New Record

Posted by Phillip Warren | Jun 06, 2020 | 0 Comments

Having formed on June 2, 2020, Cristobal set a record as the earliest-ever third-named tropical storm to form in the Atlantic basin during hurricane season.  Never before had three named storms formed this early in the year.  Previously, Tropical Storm Colin, held the record when it developed as ...

First Jury Trial by Zoom

Posted by Phillip Warren | May 25, 2020 | 0 Comments

A Texas state court recently presided over what is believed to be the first jury trial in the U.S. to be conducted over Zoom.  The voir dire portion of the trial was streamed live over YouTube, enabling other lawyers and judges across the country to watch the process and learn from the nation's f...

3 Myths About Car Accident Insurance Claims

Posted by Phillip Warren | Feb 01, 2020 | 0 Comments

Insurance company adjusters will tell you many things while investigating your claim from a car accident that are designed to make you think you are not entitled to as much as you are or encourage you to settle for less.  We want to arm you with the truth and knowledge of your rights so insurance...

Do I Have to Attend an Examination Under Oath?

Posted by Phillip Warren | Jan 27, 2020 | 0 Comments

For many policyholders, who are not used to litigation, law offices, depositions, or court, the thought of sitting down before a bank of lawyers and microphones and being sworn in to endure hours of questioning is … terrifying.  And, we completely understand.  Although, as attorneys, we attend an...

Announcing Taylor, Warren, Weidner & Hancock, P.A.

Posted by Phillip Warren | Jan 12, 2020 | 0 Comments

 Taylor, Warren & Weidner is excited to congratulate our newest shareholder, Brian D. Hancock.  With the addition of Brian as an equity partner, the firm will become Taylor, Warren, Weidner & Hancock, P.A. Brian has been with the firm since 2015 and focuses his practice in the areas of first ...

Civil Remedy Notices Filed in 2019

Posted by Phillip Warren | Dec 31, 2019 | 0 Comments

Think your insurance company will treat you fairly if you only want what is fair? Think again. Thousands of policyholders have filed Civil Remedy Notices this year alone against their insurance companies. What is a Civil Remedy Notice? A Civil Remedy Notice is a prerequisite to filing a bad...

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