Bayshore Law Group

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  • 3410 Henderson Blvd # 200

    Tampa, FL 33609

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  • 813-225-1100

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-Was your vehicle wrongfully or illegally towed? Most people don't understand that it is legal to tow (remove) your vehicle from private property, that is not yours, without first obtaining your authorization. It is called a trespass tow. Turn the tables, if someone parked behind you in your driveway or parked anywhere on your property without your permission, you have the right to remove that vehicle from your property without any prior notification. That is your right.
If you were involved in an accident and were not able to provide authorization, that decision would also be made on your behalf by law enforcement or DOT, because the functionality of roadway must be restored, and that is called a non-consensual tow.
-Did you have to drive further than 10 miles to recover your vehicle?
The distance driven to recover your vehicle is irrelevant. Radius is important. The distance from a property is measured in a straight line fashion from the pick up point to its ultimate destination, which is the impound yard. That distance should not be more than 10 miles.
-Did you have to wait to retrieve your vehicle?
By law, a tow company has up to an hour to respond to your request for your vehicle. That does not mean from the very first call, or, a call while you are waiting for a ride to the impound yard. That means from the time you are ready to retrieve your vehicle.
-Did you think that your vehicle was stolen?
The majority of the people think that their car has been stolen. The rest fall into two categories. They are either completely blindsided by the process and do not understand why they were towed, or, they realize that they took an acceptable risk and lost.

If this firm does not understand these four questions to this extent, they are simply using this as an irresponsible platform to generate nuisance suits. A better question is "Were you overcharged?" This is where I see rampant problems within the industry.
While the business of impounding one's car is not always warm and fuzzy, it does have a practical side.
You need to understand the law and observe the "TOW AWAY ZONE" signs. Be careful out there.

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-Was your vehicle wrongfully or illegally towed? Most people don't understand that it is legal to tow (remove) your vehicle from private property, that is not yours, without first obtaining your authorization. It is called a trespass tow. Turn the tables, if someone parked behind you in your driveway or parked anywhere on your property without your permission, you have the right to remove that vehicle from your property without any prior notification. That is your right.
If you were involved in an accident and were not able to provide authorization, that decision would also be made on your behalf by law enforcement or DOT, because the functionality of roadway must be restored, and that is called a non-consensual tow.
-Did you have to drive further than 10 miles to recover your vehicle?
The distance driven to recover your vehicle is irrelevant. Radius is important. The distance from a property is measured in a straight line fashion from the pick up point to its ultimate destination, which is the impound yard. That distance should not be more than 10 miles.
-Did you have to wait to retrieve your vehicle?
By law, a tow company has up to an hour to respond to your request for your vehicle. That does not mean from the very first call, or, a call while you are waiting for a ride to the impound yard. That means from the time you are ready to retrieve your vehicle.
-Did you think that your vehicle was stolen?
The majority of the people think that their car has been stolen. The rest fall into two categories. They are either completely blindsided by the process and do not understand why they were towed, or, they realize that they took an acceptable risk and lost.

If this firm does not understand these four questions to this extent, they are simply using this as an irresponsible platform to generate nuisance suits. A better question is "Were you overcharged?" This is where I see rampant problems within the industry.
While the business of impounding one's car is not always warm and fuzzy, it does have a practical side.
You need to understand the law and observe the "TOW AWAY ZONE" signs. Be careful out there.

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