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In collaboration with “Feeding South Florida,” Cecere Santana, P.A. is hosting it’s 3rd Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive.

Please bring non-perishable items, such as stuffing, cranberry sauce, canned vegetables, boxed potatoes, etc. to our offices.

We will be collecting these items until Monday, November 21st. Items may be dropped-off between 9 am – 5 pm at:

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Erick Santana & Michael CecereThis year’s Atlantic hurricane season is expected to be the most active since 2012. In light of this, attorneys at Cecere Santana, which focuses on cases relating to property damage and personal injury, stress people be prepared to protect not only themselves, but their assets.

“People need to prepare now,” said Erick Santana, a founding partner at Cecere Santana. “First and foremost, have a plan to protect you and your family. Don’t wait until it is too late to secure water, food and safety supplies. Once a storm begins, stay inside and ride it out.”

In regards to insurance and protecting assets in the event property is damaged or destroyed by a storm, attorney Michael Cecere lists the following three tips:

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After years of requests from our current clients, Cecere Santana has added Immigration Law to its roster of services.  Carlos Sandoval

Attorney Carlos E. Sandoval will handle cases relating to family based immigration, removal and deportation defense, business visas and other immigration related matters.

Mr. Sandoval, who is licensed to practice law by the Florida Supreme Court and the Federal Court for the Southern District of Florida, has over eight years of experience handling immigration cases.

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The Orlando Sentinel recently reported that a woman died after she crashed her car into a Walt Disney Bus. Apparently, the driver ran through a red light in her SUV when she collided with the Disney bus, that was transporting guests, and another vehicle. The SUV driver sped through the red light on West Buena Vista Drive and Western Way at around 2:30 a.m.

Evidently, the bus and third vehicle were driving south on Buena Vista nearing Western Way. When the SUV driver ran through the light, the bus hit her car on the left side. It proceeded to spin around and only stopped after hitting the third car. The driver of the SUV, unfortunately, passed away. No other passengers were hurt in the accident. Reports indicate that an investigation is still being conducted regarding the accident.

castle-790646-mHow to File a Personal Injury Claim in Florida

To increase your chances of success, it is important that you contact an attorney to assist you in filing your personal injury suit. The first thing that needs to be established is whether the other party was actually negligent. In order to prove that, the plaintiff must show that the other party owed him or her a duty of care, that the other party breached that duty, that the breach resulted in the plaintiff’s injuries, and that actual damages were sustained.

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