September 30


Driving on I-275 in Pinellas County can be quite frustrating. Whether it is getting to the Tampa Bay Rays game or enjoying downtown St. Petersburg, bumper-to-bumper traffic makes the commute quite challenging. The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is proposing changes to address the problem. According to ABC Action News, FDOT wants to connect drivers.

August 2

Summer is Almost Over – Time to Think School Safety

Talking school safety is now upon us. Summer is almost over and the kids will soon be in the classrooms. According to Tampa Bay Newspaper, students and parents will see changes in school safety when they return. According to the article, Pinellas County Schools has made an extensive effort to maximize the safety and security.

March 20

Spring Breakers in Rental Cars – Are You Protected?

Tampa Bay beaches are presenting filled with spring breakers. More are to come in the upcoming weeks. Many of these out-of-towners will be driving rental cars. If one of these spring breakers cause a car accident in a rental car, who is responsible for your damages? Simple Florida law states that an owner of a.

September 15

Where to Get Help After Hurricane Irma

Many families are still struggling to get power after Hurricane Irma left her mark on Florida. Those who have power may still need help after Hurricane Irma. The Tampa Bay Times provided a good article on help with insurance claims and FEMA claims. Two tips the article provides is to contact your property insurance company.

June 30

Did You Know These Things About The 4th of July?

Happy 4th of July! A long weekend is ahead to celebrate Independence Day. In between the fun, hot dogs and fireworks, take time to remember why we celebrate this special day. Our leaders throughout the state and country may not be acting the way we wish them to act, but no matter what political party.

August 12

Memorial to Honor Tarpon Springs Mentor Killed in Motorcycle Accident

A tragic motorcycle accident on the Courtney Campbell Causeway took the life of Leilanie Ortiz a few weeks ago. Those she touched are determined to keep her memory alive. ABC Action News reported how students at the Cops ‘N Kids after-school program in Tarpon Springs are taking steps to let others know how special “Miss.

July 7

A Free Way to Help a Teenage Driver

Do you want to do something that can save a teenage driver’s life? The Florida Sheriffs Association’s Teen Driver Challenge is just the thing. Car accidents remain the leading cause of death among teenage drivers and one in four teen drivers will be involved in a crash within 12 months of getting their driver’s license..

May 26

DUI Wolfpack Out This Memorial Day Weekend

Memorial Day Weekend is a time to celebrate those who died so we can be free. It is not a time to spend in jail because of a DUI or in the hospital because of a car accident caused by a DUI driver. Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office — with help from other law enforcement agencies.

May 6

How Popular Is Your or Your Child’s First Name?

Picking a first name for your child can be a difficult task. Having an unique first name growing up can be challenging. For almost 20 years, the Social Security Administration has been posting the most popular baby names from the prior year based on requests for Social Security numbers for newborns. The names show us.

July 6

Attorney Matthew Noyes Recognized For His Dedication

For the third year in a row, Attorney Matthew Noyes was named one of Florida Trend’s Legal Elite. When the Florida Trend invited all in-state members of the Florida Bar to nominate attorneys whom they hold in the highest regard or would recommend others, Attorney Matthew Noyes was nominated. The ballots throughout the state were.

July 1

What New Florida Laws Become Effective Today?

Every July 1st, the Florida legislature causes our law library to fatten up because this is the day that new Florida laws coming to effect. This year, 130 new laws were signed by Governor Scott. Several of the new laws simply made technical changes to state statutes or many more were tied to the $78.2.

May 29

Show Pride For Living in Pocotopaug

Where is Pocotopaug? My family and I moved there almost 40 years ago. I attended grade school and high school there. I have worked in Pocotopaug’s oldest personal injury law firm for nearly 25 years. Lastly, Pocotopaug is celebrating its 100th birthday! Yes, Pocotopaug is Clearwater, Florida. Literally translated “Clear Water” from the native Indian.

May 26

Sponsorship – SCA’s Annual Corvettes @ The Pier Show

Attorney Matthew Noyes and Lorrie Robinson proud sponsors of the Suncoast Corvette Association’s 22nd Annual’Corvettes @ The Pier’ show trophies,for the thirteenth year! We were once again, one of the top sponsors of the 15th Annual’Corvette @ The Pier’ show last year. The St. Petersburg Pier was covered with beautiful Corvettes from every decade. Of.

March 5

Clients Have Brought Different Things to Me, But Never This . . .

In the 25 years that I have been doing personal injury law, clients have brought many things to my office that pertain to their cases. It may be photos from the accident scene if they were involved in a car accident, the shoes they were wearing if they had a slip and fall accident, or.

January 20

Client Appreciation Night

Matthew Noyes has so far sponsored two Client Appreciation Nights at the Tampa Bay Devil Rays Game. To show his thanks to his clients, about 200 clients were invited to an exciting game against the Boston Red Sox. Although the Devil Rays couldn’t pull off a win, Matthew and his clients had a lot of.

January 20

A Strong Voice for Our Community

Perenich, Carroll, Perenich, Avril, Caulfield & Noyes, P.A. understands the values of work, family, mutual responsibility and community commitment form the foundation of a credible firm. We have carefully selected a team that is strongly committed to community service and contributing time to the programs and initiatives that comprise the core fabric of our community..

December 31

Two Ways to Get You and Your Car Home Safely This New Year’s Eve

New Year’s Eve! Time to celebrate! Sadly, also a time for serious car accidents because of drunk drivers. Two ways to get you and your car home safely without the risk of a car accident or DUI charges are AAA’s Tow To Go program and AAA and Budweiser has again paired up to provide.

November 20

Personal Injury Attorney Matthew Noyes Speaks to High School Students

On November 19th, Personal Injury Attorney Matthew Noyes spoke to two drivers’ education classes at Countryside High School as part of the Great American Teach-In. Matthew Noyes talked about his experience of being involved in a serious car accident when he was 16 years old and provided tips on how to avoid being a victim.