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Hancock Law staff at St. Patrick's Day event

St. Patrick’s Day in Tampa Bay

Happy St. Patrick’s Day from #TeamHancock! This year, we partnered with Lane Family Wellness to host a special St. Patrick’s Day themed event for the Carrollwood Area Business Association (CABA). Check out our recap video,...

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How Safe is Tesla Autopilot?

Founded in 2003, Tesla, and Elon Musk, its infamous CEO, have challenged the auto industry and created a novel standard for electric motor vehicles. Tesla has since attracted lots of devoted customers and fans worldwide....

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2021

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. An important part of this month of awareness is promoting mammograms or breast cancer screenings. Nearly cancer screenings were missed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Therefore, this year is more...

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PAWSome News for Veterans!

All About the PAWS Act Thanks to a bill recently signed into law, struggling American veterans now have the ability to get a furry helper. The Puppies Assisting Wounded Service members (PAWS) Act is a...

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2021 Tampa Police Memorial Run t-shirts

2021 Tampa Police Memorial Run

Hancock Injury Attorneys was proud to be a sponsor at the 27th Annual Tampa Police Memorial Run. Each year, this event commemorates the police officers in our community who have died in the line of...

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Distracted Driver on phone

How to Easily Avoid Distracted Driving

By Grace Hancock The National Safety Council (the NSC) reports that every day, distracted driving crashes kill seven people. These tragic statistics highlight the importance of spreading information about the dangers of distracted driving. You...

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Tampa kicks off Vision Zero Program

By: Grace Hancock Back in 2019, Mayor Jane Castor announced the City of Tampa would make a commitment to implement a program called “Vision Zero” at the National Safe Routes to Schools Conference. A task force...

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5 COVID-19 Workplace Safety Tips

By Grace Hancock COVID-19 is still at the top of everyone’s minds even after nearly two years. For many Americans, reminders like “wear a mask,” and “practice social distancing” might as well be white noise....

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10 WORST Toys for Christmas 2017

Last year we shared the list of most dangerous toys of 2016 from “World Against Toys Causing Harm” (W.A.T.C.H), a non-profit organization that’s mission is to educate the public about dangerous children’s products. The toys...

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Tampa’s Traffic Problem

If you haven’t noticed Tampa traffic can get pretty bad. Delays to and from St. Pete into Tampa and to and from Wesley Chapel and Tampa are daily occurrences. It is expected that the congestion...

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Traumatic Brain Injury on Airplane

Imagine boarding a flight completely fine and leaving with a traumatic brain injury. Unfortunately this sad scenario happened to passenger Charles Johnson on an American Airlines flight. A fully stocked, 300 lbs, beverage cart broke...

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Bit By A Dog In Florida

This is a question we recently got, related to a dog bite injury case. What damages can I recover after being injured by a dog bite, and who is responsible for paying for these damages?...

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Personal Injury News Roundup

Welcome to Hancock Injury Attorneys’ weekly collection of news stories related to car safety and personal injury news. This week we have five relevant stories from around the web that we think are worth it...

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Negligent Security

Owners of shopping malls, hotels, motels and other commercial properties have a responsibility for the safety of their guests, including safety from criminal activities such as robberies, rapes and other assaults. If you are injured...

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