“John is amazing!!!! I was originally with another attorney for my auto accident and was very dissatisfied with the progression of my case. My friend referred me to John, and upon consulting with him; immediately felt I was in competent hands. He managed to settle my case out of court and negotiated my medical bills down to a point where I ended up paying A LOT less than what was initially owed. I can’t say enough positive statements about John. He is extremely thorough, detail oriented and comes across very experienced in his field! He took time to explain to me the process every step of the way, and I am grateful beyond words, for his help. I would recommend John Willis to anyone who needs legal counsel after an auto accident/injury.
3rd Consecutive Year as a Florida Super Lawyer
Only 5% of attorneys in Florida receive this Distinction.
Join us in congratulating Attorney John Willis who has been selected to the 2019 Florida Super Lawyers list by Super Lawyer Magazine. This is the third year in a row he has been recognized. This honor is reserved for those lawyers who exhibit excellence in practice.
Have you been injured in an accident? Willis Law has been helping accident victims for 25+ years
Recognized by Lawdragon as one of the top 3,000 Plaintiff Lawyers in the U.S.
10 out of 10 - Superb Rating by AVVO
AV Preeminent® Rated by Martindale-Hubbell®
Voted The Best Attorney in the City of Boca Raton, by 45,000 readers of the Sun-Sentinel's Boca Raton Forum and West Boca Forum
Elected as City of Parkland Commissioner in 2012
Attorney John Willis handles each case on an individual basis treating each client with the highest level of individual care and attention.
How to Pass a Truck
It is extremely important for vehicles to share the roadways with semi-trucks and tractor-trailers and to practice proper passing behaviors. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration recommends the following passing instructions – Make sure you can see the driver in the vehicle mirror. Signal clearly then move into the left lane and accelerate so that you can get past the truck or bus safely and pass promptly. Don’t linger in the blind spot. Make sure the truck or bus is visible in your rearview mirror before you pull in front; give it extra space. Don’t pass trucks and buses on downgrades where they tend to pick up speed, and never pass from the right lane. When a bus or truck is passing, stay to the right and slow down, give them extra space to change lanes or merge in from ramps.
May is National Bike Month which encourages biking. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reported that in 2016, there were 840 bicyclists killed in traffic crashes. Most of these preventable accidents could be avoided if motorists and cyclist followed the rules of the road. To help prevent and injuries or accidents, we have provided some bicycling resources with great safety tips:
Nighttime driving has the highest fatality rates for drivers and pedestrians. Research shows that 64 percent of American’s do not regularly use their high beams. AAA is asking the federal government to improve vehicle headlight technology which is already used in other countries. “Adaptive driving beam (ADB) headlights” can increase roadway lighting by 86 percent. ADB keeps high beams on all the time but will shade the area if it detects another vehicle, so it will not interfere with the other driver(s). Until standards are updated, AAA recommends using high beam whenever possible, slow down on unlit roads, and keep your headlight lenses are crystal clear – get rid of or clean up cloudy or yellow headlights..