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Sean Cleary on Fire!


 No, I mean here he is commenting generally on the physical existence of fire:
“Fire is known to cause severe, permanent injuries and wrongful death. The injuries caused by fire are known to be the most complex to treat. Victims should know that they have rights and if the fire was caused by another party’s negligence they can seek compensation. Physical and emotional suffering caused by a fire injury cannot be reversed, however financial compensation can help with the long-term medical expenses, loss of wages and reduction in lifestyle.” – Attorney Sean M. Cleary says.
Good to know!

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  1. Does Spencer know??

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  2. Spencer's protege?

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  3. Being a lawyer in Florida seems like it would be a pretty posh way to go. I am sure they work just as hard as they play though. I would love to take a trip down to Jacksonville one of these days.

    http://www.kslawfirm.ca/

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  4. Sean is a good guy. May need a new pr firm.

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  5. No post on Cortinas DQ?

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  6. Im glad someone else gets this crap in their inbox and finds it hilarious.

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