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Attorney Bernard F Walsh Named Top-Rated Personal Injury Attorney in Bradenton, Fla. by Super Lawyers

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Attorney Bernard F. Walsh of Goldman Babboni Fernandez & Walsh, has been honored as a top-rated personal injury attorney in Bradenton Florida during the 2020 Super Lawyers selection.

Attorneys from Shapiro Goldman Babboni Fernandez and Walsh Attend 2018 Florida Justice Association Workhorse Seminar

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Several Managing Partners from the personal injury law firm Shapiro Goldman Babboni Fernandez & Walsh participated in the Florida Justice Association's Workhorse CLE Seminar and Networking Event. Held at the Marriott World Center in Orlando, the four day event hosted dozens of seminars on a wide variety of topics including damages from personal injury and wrongful death cases.

For the fifth year, personal injury attorney Bernard Walsh named member of The American Society of Legal Advocates

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Attorney Bernard Walsh of the Personal Injury Law Firm Shapiro Goldman Babboni Fernandez and Walsh has been recognized as a member of the The American Society of Legal Advocates for the 5th consecutive year.

Shapiro Goldman Babboni Fernandez and Walsh were supporters of 2017 Sarasota Pride Festival

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Attorney Bernard Walsh, Attorney David Goldman, and members of the civil trial law firm Shapiro Goldman Babboni Fernandez & Walsh have sponsored and attended 2017 Sarasota Pride Fest in Florida.

Florida Attorney Bernard Walsh Warns Corporate Push for Arbitration Threatens Constitutional Right to A Jury of Our Peers

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Personal injury lawyer Bernard Walsh warns efforts by large corporations to resolve disputes in arbitration rather than trial by jury threaten constitutional rights. Corporations seeking to reduce their financial risk and increase long-term profits have been turning to arbitration clauses more and more.

Governmental Reaction to National Opioid Crisis Draws Comment from Florida Injury Lawyer Bernard Walsh

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Aggressive legal action by states to curb national opioid addiction crisis draws comments from southwest Florida civil trial lawyer Bernard Walsh. In response to growing political pressure to stop the opioid addiction crisis, many State and municipal governments are filing lawsuits against a range of drug manufacturers.

Zip-Line Injuries Scare Addressed in Article By Christina Walsh, JD and Bernard F. Walsh, Esq.

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- An article co-written by Attorney Bernard F. Walsh Esq., and Christina Walsh JD, has been published in the summer edition of The Trial Lawyer. Entitled, 'Zip-Line & Pre-Injury Releases', the article brings attention to the troubling rise of serious and fatal accidents arising from zip-lining at private businesses.

Personal Injury Attorney Bernard F. Walsh has attended The 70th Annual Melvin M. Belli Society Seminar

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Attorney Bernard F. Walsh from the Bradenton Florida office of Shapiro Goldman Babboni Fernandez & Walsh, joined with fellow trial lawyers from around the United States in honoring the legacy of America's most famous trial lawyer, Melvin M. Belli.

Florida Attorney Bernard Walsh Joins Ranks Of Trial Attorneys Immortalized By Portrait Artist Trevor Goring

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The likeness of Bernard F. Walsh has been added to the Trial Lawyers National Portrait Gallery, a collection of paintings from world-renowned portrait artist Trevor Goring. Trial lawyers are committed to insuring that all people see justice in our nation's courtrooms.

Fla. Attorney Bernard Walsh Speaks on Trucking Accident Representation at APITLA Interstate Trucking Super Summit

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Attorney Bernard Walsh of the Bradenton office of Shapiro Goldman Babboni Fernandez & Walsh gave a presentation at the APITLA Interstate Trucking Super Summit. Entitled, "How an Attorney Works a Trucking Case: The A to Z Basics," the CLE accredited seminar instructed the audience of attorney and law students.

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