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New Offices for Diaco Law

Jr., Esq. of Diaco Law announced recently that his firm had completed its move into offices new offices located on S Boulevard in Tampa.

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Find Medical Attention After a Motorcycle Crash

The hours initially following a motorcycle collision on a Florida road will dictate whether you enjoy a total recovery or suffer potentially chronic pain.

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Hiring a Tampa, FL Personal Injury Attorney

If you have been injured in an accident, you may be thinking about hiring an attorney and filing a lawsuit against the person who is responsible for causing your injuries.

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Slip and Fall Accidents

Property owners have a duty to people they invite on their property to keep the property in a safe condition for its intended purpose.

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Tips For Safely Sharing The Road With Commercial Vehicles

It’s no secret that commercial trucks can rule roads and highways. Their massive sizes and increased numbers have put many Florida drivers on alert as the commute from home, school, work, and play.

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Law Office of Joseph F. Diaco, Jr. Now Evaluating Medical Malpractice Cases

Modern medicine can be amazing, but preventable mistakes do happen when a healthcare professional fails to follow all of the appropriate protocols.

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Mild TBI’s and Concussions, the Reality

The air in Tampa is electric when anyone broaches the topic of football. It doesn’t matter if it’s high school football, the USF Bulls or the Bucs.

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The Dangers of Pokémon Go

The augmented reality game Pokémon Go was released in the United States on July 6, 2016 and has become a phenomenon in its short time on the market.

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Joseph F. Diaco Jr. discusses the potential liability and hazards of pool ownership

Temperatures in Tampa make it possible for pool owners to swim nearly all year. The problem with extended pool time is that there is an increased likelihood of a tragic accident if pool owners do not take the proper steps to limit unsupervised access to the water.

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