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  • Attorney Thomas Simeone Nationally Recognized as a Top-Rated Personal Injury Attorney
    Attorney Thomas Simeone Nationally Recognized as a Top-Rated Personal Injury Attorney

    Our team at Simeone & Miller, LLP is excited to share that Attorney Thomas Simeone has been honored and selected for three national distinguished honors in 2019. These honors demonstrate Attorney ...

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  • Child Support and Custody – Thomas Simeone Weighs In
    Child Support and Custody – Thomas Simeone Weighs In

    Our Washington, D.C. divorce attorney, Thomas J. Simeone was recently interviewed for an article on divorce , where he had the privilege of utilizing his experience in the areas of child custody and ...

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  • 10 Important Road Safety Rules for Pedestrians
    10 Important Road Safety Rules for Pedestrians

    Washington, DC is a world-renowned tourist destination known for its heavy traffic and high-density urban areas. However, being a pedestrian in this bustling cityscape is often a harrowing experience. ...

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  • What To Do If A Delivered Package is Stolen From Your House
    What To Do If A Delivered Package is Stolen From Your House

    Attorney Thomas Simeone has over 20 years of legal experience and is a trusted source for information on legal matters, including those involving packages stolen from your front porch. In a recent ...

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  • Which Parties Can Be Held Liable for an ATV Accident?
    Which Parties Can Be Held Liable for an ATV Accident?

    In the last decade, there has been a substantial increase in the number of ATV owners in Washington, DC. However, this popular recreational activity is not without its risks; in fact, over 100,000 ...

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  • Liability for Serving Liquor
    Liability for Serving Liquor

    Many jurisdictions across the nation have what are called “dram shop laws.” A dram shop law extends liability to the purveyors of beverages for injuries that arise from someone’s intoxication. The ...

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