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Attorney John Willis Named Florida Super Lawyer
Attorney John Willis has been selected to the 2017 Florida Super Lawyers list by Super Lawyer Magazine. This honor is reserved for those lawyers who exhibit excellence in practice. Selection is based on a four-part process involving nomination, peer evaluations, independent research and final selection.
Only five percent of attorneys in Florida receive this distinction.
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.
Florida To Improve Road Signage
We all know how dangerous Florida roadways can be. Recent auto accidents have caused state officials and the Florida Department of Transportation to take actions to reduce accidents and to improve safety:
New signs will be placed before summer on the Congress Avenue / I-95 off-ramp in Boca Raton after three recent tractor trailer accidents and one death.
In order to prevent wrong-way crashes the Florida Department of Transportation is adding “shields” — red-and-blue highway logos with the highway direction painted in bold, white letters above them on the pavement — at 17 interchanges throughout Palm Beach County.
According to a new Governors Highway Safety Association report there has been a sharp spike in pedestrian fatalities. Pedestrian deaths nation-wide topped 6,000, the highest in more than two decades. Florida is on pace to record 600 pedestrian accidents in one year. That's the second highest rate in the country. The main causes continue to be driver distractions, DUI, J-walking, road design, weather, lack of daylight, and an increase in “green cities.”
Personal injury protection (PIP) insurance is mandatory coverage and will automatically cover up to $10,000 for related medical cost damages that you incur when you are in a car accident. That could change this legislative session as House Bill 1063 and Senate Bill 1766 are moving through the Florida state legislature, and they call for eliminating Florida's no-fault insurance plan. Under the proposal, it would end PIP but require motorists to carry a minimum bodily injury liability coverage worth $25,000 for injuries to another person, and $50,000 for injuries for two or more people.