About UsPhilip J. Chanfrau is a personal injury trial attorney. Phil started his practice in Daytona Beach with his former law partner and brother, Bill Chanfrau in 1977. Phil and Bill continued to work together until 2002. Phil started a new...More....
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I had the privilege of representing a client who had been represented by seven lawyers before I was retained. He read my blog in January, 2011 and I went to trial for him in March, 2011 and won. His case … Continue reading
In an earlier blog I told my readers I would occasionally discuss certain rules of evidence which I found to be interesting. That one was about the “T”word: traffic tickets. Today’s post is about the consequences of someone in … Continue reading