COLLIER COUNTY

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Collier County Injury Lawyers


Collier County, FL, located on Florida’s southwest coast, is comprised of the Naples-Immokalee-Marco Island metropolitan statistical area with a population of 321,000 people (per the 2010 census). It is Florida’s largest county by land area, consisting of 2,305 square miles, and is home to some of the state’s most beautiful natural wildernesses.

Collier’s serenity and warm climate have enticed residents and visitors for decades to bask in the escape of “Paradise Coast,” which offers a host of world-class attractions, arts and culture options, and high-end dining and shopping.

Experience the wonders of Collier’s history and explore the on-set locations from major entertainment works Ace Ventura: Pet Detective and Dexter today.

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History of Collier County, Florida

Collier County, FL, located on Florida’s southwest coast, is comprised of the Naples-Immokalee-Marco Island metropolitan statistical area with a population of 321,000 people (per the 2010 census). It is Florida’s largest county by land area, consisting of 2,305 square miles, and is home to some of the state’s most beautiful natural wildernesses.

Collier’s serenity and warm climate have enticed residents and visitors for decades to bask in the escape of “Paradise Coast,” which offers a host of world-class attractions, arts and culture options, and high-end dining and shopping.

Experience the wonders of Collier’s history and explore the on-set locations from major entertainment works Ace Ventura: Pet Detective and Dexter today.

Collier County cases our attorneys have handled:

History of Collier County, Florida

Collier County’s genesis began as a frontier on southwest Florida that had remained largely untouched until after the Civil War. Farmers made the long trek south and established trading posts on Chokoloskee Island and at Everglades City, which became important economic centers for the fledgling population. By the late 1880s, Collier County grew in popularity as Naples and Marco Island became winter havens for upper class Northerners.

Cattle ranching—which served as part of the county’s economic foundation—boomed with the introduction of the railroad, which increased market access throughout the 1920s (and rose to national prominence by the end of World War II).

By 1923, Collier County was officially established, largely due to the influence of millionaire Barron Gift Collier, who brought paved roads, electricity, telegraphs, and several other business ventures to the area. Collier also financed the Tamiami Trail in 1928, exposing the region to massive economic development.

When Hurricane Donna made landfall in 1960, with its eye passing over Naples, economic development swiftly followed. Collier’s population soared to 85,000 people by 1980, and the county seat was moved to East Naples from Everglades City. Today, Collier County experiences a period of sustained economic growth, with heavy concentrations in agriculture, tourism, and real estate.

Things to do in Collier County

Collier County, like much of Florida, has a strong connection to nature, affording residents and visitors the opportunity to explore—and enjoy—much of the natural landscape.

Set aside a sunny afternoon to visit the Big Cypress National Preserve, equipped with trails and a scenic boardwalk, or take a narrated boat tour at the Cocohatchee Nature Center. Residents and visitors can also camp, hike, and play at the 4,760-acre Collier Seminole State Park, located just 17 miles south of Naples. Don’t miss the Naples Zoo!

Those with a historical disposition can check out the Collier County Museum, Immokalee Pioneer Museum at Roberts Ranch, Key Marco Museum, Museum of the Everglades, Naples Depot and Lionel Museum, and the Smallwood Store Old Indian Trading Post & Museum.

For entertainment options, cruise through the county’s historical downtowns, where residents and visitors can find world-class attractions, high-end shopping, fine dining, and cultural and performing arts centers.

Staying Safe in Collier County

Collier County is indeed a paradise, and it remains one of Florida’s most beloved tourist destinations; however, it also houses several major highways—Interstate 75, US Route 41, State Road 29, State Road 84, and State Road 951—that make observing local road laws vital to the safety and security of Collier’s citizens. Moreover, its historical and prominent downtown locations may serve as a potential hotbed for accidents on commercial or public properties, which can lead to debilitating injuries, including, but not limited to, sciatica, back pain, concussion, knee pain, shoulder pain, joint pain, and traumatic brain injury.

The personal injury attorneys at the Shiner Law Group urge all residents and visitors to exercise caution when enjoying the many amenities provided by the county. In the event you or a loved have been wrongfully injured due to the carelessness or negligence of another, however, the Shiner Law Group is standing by to discuss your legal options in a free consultation. Don’t let your experience in one of Florida’s most beautiful cities be ruined by the ongoing stress of an insurance claim. Let us focus on the legal complexities so you can focus on recovery.

Speak with a Shiner Law Group Personal Injury Attorney

Have you or someone you love been injured because of the negligent, reckless, or intentional conduct of another? Call us at (855) 462-6878 or contact us online for a free case review. The Shiner Law Group represents personal injury and wrongful death victims in Collier County and the surrounding cities.

Collier County’s genesis began as a frontier on southwest Florida that had remained largely untouched until after the Civil War. Farmers made the long trek south and established trading posts on Chokoloskee Island and at Everglades City, which became important economic centers for the fledgling population. By the late 1880s, Collier County grew in popularity as Naples and Marco Island became winter havens for upper class Northerners.

Cattle ranching—which served as part of the county’s economic foundation—boomed with the introduction of the railroad, which increased market access throughout the 1920s (and rose to national prominence by the end of World War II).

By 1923, Collier County was officially established, largely due to the influence of millionaire Barron Gift Collier, who brought paved roads, electricity, telegraphs, and several other business ventures to the area. Collier also financed the Tamiami Trail in 1928, exposing the region to massive economic development.

When Hurricane Donna made landfall in 1960, with its eye passing over Naples, economic development swiftly followed. Collier’s population soared to 85,000 people by 1980, and the county seat was moved to East Naples from Everglades City. Today, Collier County experiences a period of sustained economic growth, with heavy concentrations in agriculture, tourism, and real estate.

Things to do in Collier County

Collier County, like much of Florida, has a strong connection to nature, affording residents and visitors the opportunity to explore—and enjoy—much of the natural landscape.

Set aside a sunny afternoon to visit the Big Cypress National Preserve, equipped with trails and a scenic boardwalk, or take a narrated boat tour at the Cocohatchee Nature Center. Residents and visitors can also camp, hike, and play at the 4,760-acre Collier Seminole State Park, located just 17 miles south of Naples. Don’t miss the Naples Zoo!

Those with a historical disposition can check out the Collier County Museum, Immokalee Pioneer Museum at Roberts Ranch, Key Marco Museum, Museum of the Everglades, Naples Depot and Lionel Museum, and the Smallwood Store Old Indian Trading Post & Museum.

For entertainment options, cruise through the county’s historical downtowns, where residents and visitors can find world-class attractions, high-end shopping, fine dining, and cultural and performing arts centers.

Staying Safe in Collier County

Collier County is indeed a paradise, and it remains one of Florida’s most beloved tourist destinations; however, it also houses several major highways—Interstate 75, US Route 41, State Road 29, State Road 84, and State Road 951—that make observing local road laws vital to the safety and security of Collier’s citizens. Moreover, its historical and prominent downtown locations may serve as a potential hotbed for accidents on commercial or public properties, which can lead to debilitating injuries, including, but not limited to, sciatica, back pain, concussion, knee pain, shoulder pain, joint pain, and traumatic brain injury.

The personal injury attorneys at the Shiner Law Group urge all residents and visitors to exercise caution when enjoying the many amenities provided by the county. In the event you or a loved have been wrongfully injured due to the carelessness or negligence of another, however, the Shiner Law Group is standing by to discuss your legal options in a free consultation. Don’t let your experience in one of Florida’s most beautiful cities be ruined by the ongoing stress of an insurance claim. Let us focus on the legal complexities so you can focus on recovery.

Speak with a Shiner Law Group Personal Injury Attorney

Have you or someone you love been injured because of the negligent, reckless, or intentional conduct of another? Call us at (855) 462-6878 or contact us online for a free case review. The Shiner Law Group represents personal injury and wrongful death victims in Collier County and the surrounding cities.

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BOCA RATON – Main Office

951 Yamato Rd STE 210
Boca Raton, FL 33431
Phone: 561-777-7700

BOCA RATON

433 Plaza Real #275
Boca Raton, FL 33432
Phone: 561-777-7700

FORT PIERCE

130 S Indian River Dr. STE 202
Fort Pierce, FL 33309
Phone: 772-777-7700

WEST PALM BEACH

777 S. Flagler Dr. #800
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Phone: 561-777-7700

WEST PALM BEACH

2054 Vista Parkway #400
West Palm Beach, FL 33411
Phone: 561-777-7700

FORT LAUDERDALE

6750 N. Andrews Ave. #200
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
Phone: 1 (954) 999-9900

DELRAY BEACH

1615 S Congress Ave. Suite 103
Delray Beach, FL 33445
Phone: 561-777-7700

DELRAY BEACH

55 SE 2nd Ave
Delray Beach, FL 33444
Phone: 561-777-7700

NAPLES

4851 Tamiami Trail N Suite 200
Naples, FL 34103
Phone: 1 (855) 462-6878

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