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Magazine Names Haggard 2017 ‘Super Star’ Lawyer

Congratulations to our Michael Haggard. He was among 10 local lawyers included in Attorney at Law Magazine's 'Super Stars of 2017' edition. The Magazine writes "These attorneys have been nominated by their peers to be recognized for their accomplishments both inside and outside the courtroom." To read the full article, click on the following link and scroll to page 12-13. http://bit.ly/2gw0VKl       This most recent recognition follows news that Haggard will receive the Florida Justice Association's 2017 Perry Nichols Award, that organization's highest honor. Click here to learn more Michael Haggard Bio ...

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Haggard Authors Article for SourceSecurity.com

When the market-leading information resource serving the security industry needs insight on how property owners and managers can avoid million dollar negligent security verdicts, it asks The Haggard Law Firm.

Haggard Law Firm Managing Partner Michael Haggard wrote an article for SourceSecurity.com titled: Securing Premises To Avoid Million Dollar Verdicts. In it, Haggard kays out the elements of negligence elaborate on risk-management practices and the importance of security as a responsibility.

Haggard Law has litigated more than 250 negligent security cases that have resulted in more than $300 million in verdicts and settlements for our clients.

Here is the article as it appeared on SourceSecurity.com:

NEGLIGENT SECURITY CASE RESULT: $1.8 Million to Family of Murdered Father

    Del Rio Apartment Complex Owners Ignored Multiple Requests from Staff to Increase Security  Tampa – The companies that once owned the Avesta Del Rio Apartment Complex have agreed to pay the family of 23-year-old murder victim Damian Bowie $1.8 million to settle a negligent security lawsuit.  The lawsuit filed by Douglas McCarron of The Haggard Law Firm (www.haggardlawfirm.com) alleged that the deadly 2014 shooting that claimed Bowie’s life could have been prevented if complex ownership took action after multiple requests by staff members to better secure the property. On March 2, 2014, Bowie visited the Del Rio apartments (5013 E. Sligh Avenue, Tampa) to...

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