Monthly Archives: January 2023
Who Files A Property And Casualty Claim?
As an insurance policyholder, there may come a time when you file a property and casualty claim. Essentially, property and casualty law in Florida is the body of law that governs the legal rights and responsibilities of insurers and their policyholders when it comes to property and casualty insurance coverage within the state. If… Read More »
Were You Hurt In A Scaffolding System Or Ladder Accident?
Scaffolding systems and ladder accidents can result in serious injuries. The dangers of these forms of equipment are well known and there are precautions that people are urged to take when using them to perform work duties. In fact, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has set guidelines around using lifts and ladders… Read More »
Pursuing A Fair Divorce And Cash-Based Business
When an organization is run primarily through cash payments, it is referred to as a cash-based business. While these businesses should keep detailed financial records so they can effectively settle tax responsibilities with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and other commitments that require documentation, the reality is many cash-based businesses do not have the… Read More »
Who Will Pay For My Damaged Property?
Because vehicular collisions can lead to severe physical harm, walking away from an accident without any injury is something to be incredibly thankful for. Even when you are concerned about how you will be paying for property damages, such as needing to cover car repairs or completely replace a vehicle, this is far better… Read More »
Talking, Texting, And Distracted Driving In FL
Collisions due to driver distraction occur for a wide range of reasons. In Florida, as is true in a lot of US states, the majority of distracted driving laws focus on texting. It is well known that individuals who are handling their mobile devices while operating a vehicle are a hazard. Because of this,… Read More »
Car Wrecks And Fear Of Driving
Traumatic events, such as car crashes, can have a lasting psychological impact on individuals. For example, some who are involved in a car crash or witness a severe collision find themselves living with vehophobia. Each time these individuals get behind a car wheel, they may experience an elevated heart rate, sweating hands, shallow breath,… Read More »
Limited Divorce Instead Of Legal Separation
In the state of Florida, there are no legal separations, but limited divorce are an attractive option for couples who want to live apart. Through a limited divorce, child custody, spousal maintenance, and child support payments can be established, but the couple could still be on each other’s benefit packages, if that is agreed… Read More »
Why Does My Partner Want A Premarital Agreement?
While some associate prenups with the rich and famous, these legal documents are a valuable tool to a wide range of people. There are many reasons why an individual may request a prenup before getting married. They provide guidance on how to handle assets should the marriage end or someone passes away. You do… Read More »