Practice Areas

Automobile and Truck Accidents
Motorcycle Accidents
Dog Bite Claims
Drunk Drivers
Personal Injury
Wrongful Death
Medical Malpractice
Product Liability

Reed Stewart Tolber is an experienced and skilled civil trial attorney with offices in South Florida and Central Virginia. For over 30 years, he has successfully represented the interests of clients throughout the United States in their pursuit of justice and compensation for damages caused by the negligence of others.

Automobile, or Large Tractor/Trailer Truck Accidents

JURY INSTRUCTION ON NEGLIGENCE “Negligence is doing what a reasonable person would not do under similar circumstances. Negligence can also be the failure to do what a reasonable person would do under similar circumstances.” Most automobile and large tractor/trailer accidents occur due to the “negligence” of one or more of the drivers involved in the …

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Claims Against Drunk Drivers

The laws in most states treat drunk drivers as reckless. Because drunk driving approaches “intentional” misconduct rather than simply making a mistake while driving (i.e. a “negligent” act), most states permit a person injured in an accident with a drunk driver to recover both (1) compensatory damages (lost income, medical bills, property damage, and pain …

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Dog Bite Claims

The laws in most states make dog owners responsible if their dogs bite someone. In some states, a dog owner is automatically responsible even if the dog had never before acted aggressively or bitten someone. However, in other states the owner has to first have reason to know that his or her dog is aggressive …

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Motorcycle Accidents

Jury Instruction on Negligence “Negligence is doing what a reasonable person would not do under similar circumstances. Negligence can also be the failure to do what a reasonable person would do under similar circumstances.” The public has a misconception that all motorcyclists are wild and crazy drivers who cause their own traffic accidents. The truth, …

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Negligent Care / Malpractice by Health Care Providers

In simple terms, medical malpractice is medical negligence that causes harm to a patient. A health care provider is negligent when that health care provider fails to provide the kind of treatment that a reasonably prudent health care provider would provide under similar circumstances. Alternatively, a health care provider can also be negligent by providing …

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