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  • Tavares Office

    Address

    203 N. St. Clair Abrams Avenue
    Tavares, Florida 32778-3259

  • Inverness Office

    Address

    303 Tompkins Street
    Suite 180
    Inverness, Florida 34450

    Phone

    352-344-1882

  • Clermont Office

    Address

    481 E. Highway 50
    #201
    Clermont, Florida 34711

    Phone

    352-242-1933

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    Informative friendly and helpful professional. Passionate and caring for the right of the person represented.

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    Everyone here is nice and patient. They are transparent, they explain everything to you from the beginning.

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    I received a ticket and call Chris and his team and they were awesome. He was straight forward with me and explained my options. I have no record of the ticket. Great job!

    — Helena Boykin

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    Largey law is the truth, no gimmicks, no sugar coating, just absolute professionalism. Chris is an awesome guy all around, not just a great attorney. Also Josie my legal adviser was equally as awesome, she always kept me up to date and we d...
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    Mr. Largey and his entire faculty are amazing. I am so thankful that I found his firm in our time of need. They all went above and beyond to see that all our needs were taken care of. I highly recommend Mr. Largey's firm for all of your per...
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Ordinary or Medical Negligence? Florida Supreme Court Provides Clarity

 The difference between ordinary negligence and medical negligence is important in Florida. It determines how long you have to file a claim and what you must allege to make out Read More

Choosing a Florida Nursing Home for Your Loved One

 When parents, grandparents or other elderly or disabled loved ones need help taking care of themselves, the assisted living facility or nursing home you select can have a significant impact Read More

When Waterparks Turn Dangerous, Who’s Liable?

 Waterparks are great places for fun and frolic, and central Florida has many: Disney World’s Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon, Seaworld Orlando’s Aquatica, Adventure Island in Tampa, Buccaneer Bay at Read More

Why You Should Visit a Doctor After Even a Minor Car Accident

 Sometimes in the confusion that follows a car crash, drivers, passengers and pedestrians put the needs of more obviously injured people first, failing to take the time to care for Read More

How To Prove a Case of Health Care Aide Neglect or Abuse

 A patient who wants to hold a health care provider liable for an act or omission that injured a patient must meet a set of strict standards, which include extensive Read More

Florida Exceeds the National Average in Unintentional Injury Deaths

 According to Florida Health, the state’s accredited public health system, more Florida residents between the ages of 1 and 44 die from unintentional injuries than from any other cause. In Read More

Proving Commercial Vehicles Are at Fault for Accidents

 Trucks, buses and other commercial vehicles may be big and potentially dangerous, but surprisingly, accidents that involved them in Citrus and Lake counties in 2017 actually resulted in fewer injuries Read More

Tips for Preventing Traumatic Injuries

 Traumatic injuries are sudden, severe and require immediate medical attention. These injuries often come out of nowhere and leave victims reeling. According to Orlando Health, the most common types of Read More

When You Suffer a Slipped Disc Injury in an Auto Accident

 Your spine consists of an array of bones (vertebrae) cushioned by rubbery discs wedged between them. When a disc becomes ruptured, fluids leak out and deplete the cushion, putting pressure Read More

Florida Beats Its Record for Buckling Up, But There’s Room for Improvement

Good news: Now more than ever, Floridians traveling the state’s roadways are looking out for themselves and for each other by fastening their seat belts.  In its “June 2018 Safety Read More

Remember to Wear Your Seatbelt — It’s the Law!

 The Dori Slosberg and Katie Marchetti Safety Belt Law was enacted in June 2009 and made it a primary offense to not wear a seatbelt while driving. Under the law, Read More

Central Florida Roads Have a Reputation for Poor Pedestrian Safety

  According to a variety of studies, Central Florida roads are among the most dangerous in the United States for pedestrians. Hundreds of pedestrians are injured and dozens are killed each Read More

Drive Safely Around Commercial Motor Vehicles

  As part of Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles’ “Share the Road” campaign, the state agency is encouraging drivers to be more aware of the safety needs of commercial motor Read More

In Florida, Drivers Must Stay at the Scene After an Accident

  Historically, Florida has had major problems with hit-and-run accidents. Year after year, about 25 percent of all crashes that occur in the state involve a driver leaving the scene. While Read More

Looking Ahead to the Wekiva Parkway Extension Project

  Most residents of Central Florida are well aware of the ongoing extension project for Wekiva Parkway (State Road 429). The project is a cooperative effort among the Central Florida Expressway Read More

Motorcycle Safety Awareness Tips for Florida Drivers

  All drivers should demonstrate extra care when sharing the road with motorcyclists. It is important to remember that even though their vehicles are smaller, motorcycle riders still have equal rights Read More

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