Personal Injury Attorney Longwood Florida
At David & Philpot, P.L., our team is well-versed on handling cases related to premises liability, motorcycle accidents, and car accidents in the Longwood, FL area. We understand that after a serious personal injury accident, there are plenty of worries on your mind. You may be suffering from physical pain, financial loss, damage to property, and so much more. Rest assured that our team has got you covered, all you have to do is call today and we can rush to your aid.
It’s important to us that our clients take care of their physical and mental health when going through such a difficult period. When visiting our law office, don’t hesitate to check out these sites near us to clear your mind and center yourself when needed:
Seminole Wekiva Trail
Just ten minutes down the road from us at David & Philpot, PL., is the Seminole Wekiva Trail, which is known for its beauty and length, at nearly a 14 mile stretch. It was built on what was formerly the Orange Belt Railway, which had been one of the longest railroads in the United States at the time. A gentleman named Peter A. Demens was the moving force behind the railroad being built, and despite several challenges, had it extend to reach St Petersburg.
The trail runs parallel to Interstate 4 through a range of landscapes such as parks, wood landscape, and some industrial. The trail starts at a quaint wooden bridge, and the first few miles weave within lush woods and quiet residential neighborhoods. After that you’ll notice Spanish moss drapes the trail and a whimsy tree canopy providing shade. If you keep going, you will then walk past ball fields, open park land, rural calmness, suburban rush, and peaceful woods.
Little Wekiva River
The Little Wekiva River is around 15 miles long, and consists of lakes, channelized ditches, and wetland flow. It provides sufficient habitat with fallen tree branches, aquatic vegetation, undercut banks with hair-like roots, and partially decayed debris of leaves. This diversity gives a protected cover while supplying food sources to tiny organisms. This little river offers great flow rates for small invertebrates, mollusks, worms, crustaceans, and juvenile and adult insects. These invertebrates thrive in Little Wekiva River with its shallow pools, sand smothering, and small amounts of silt. The ecosystem within this river gives life to macroinvertebrates, and those who take a visit are surely to be captivated by its natural serenity.
Cranes Roost Park
Just a few short miles from us in Longwood, FL is Cranes Roost Park, which is nestled at the heart of Uptown Altamonte. The lake has a mile of walkway around it with seating areas and benches. There is a plaza with a choreographed foundation show, amphitheater, and picture-worthy tower. If you check out Cranes Roost Park you’ll be sure to observe cobblestone pathways, impressive columns, and seating for individuals or groups.
In 2016, Cranes Roost Park was renovated to have expanded boardwalks, styled landscaping, better seating, new railings, accented lighting, and wider walking paths. Through these upgrades, safety is improved, the current infrastructure is strengthened, and the park is even more charming aesthetically. Cranes Roost Park also offers park rentals and is considered a premier outdoor venue with weekly, monthly, and yearly events.
To hear more about how a lawyer from David & Philpot in Longwood, FL can help you with your personal injury case, please call us today!