Monthly Archives: February 2023
Demand Letters And Your Personal Injury Claim
There are a lot of different types of jobs, and each industry has its own terms that are familiar to those who work in the industry daily but may not be familiar to others. For instance, if you work at an insurance company or in a law firm you know what a demand letter… Read More »
Florida Business Owners And Premise Liability
There are many details to manage when you are running a business. Even starting a business at all is a leap of faith as one study reports approximately half of new businesses fail, specifically closing within five years of opening their doors. Just as there is a lot that goes into running a thriving… Read More »
Can A Lawyer Help Me Dissolve My Business?
There are times when a Florida business comes to an end. Even with the best planning and securing of investors, there are situations when the business is not thriving as much as the business partners had hoped or one partner has simply decided they have to move away from the relationship for their own… Read More »
Am I Eligible For An Uncontested Divorce?
While some divorces lead to drawn-out court battles, there are also situations in which the marriage is dissolved amicably. One option for a fast divorce in Florida is the simplified dissolution of the marriage process. As long as both people are in agreement on the divorce terms, the divorce can be completed within 30… Read More »
Lane Change And Merging Collisions
Merging and changing lanes is part of driving and typically can’t be avoided, but sudden and illegal lane movements are risky and have led to accidents around the state of Florida. This can happen if another driver moves into your lane abruptly, without a signal, giving you no time to react. Or if you… Read More »
Chest And Upper Body Collision Injuries
There are many serious car collision injuries that are not visible, including harm to the chest and upper body. If you are experiencing pain in your chest after a Florida car accident, you should not ignore this signal from your body. Even if the pain is not consistent and only appears off and on,… Read More »
Compiling Lists And Preparing For The Divorce Process
Separating and divorcing is challenging. It is normal to experience a range of emotions, and on top of managing your personal life there are many details to address. Setting up an organization system and keeping lists can be incredibly helpful. Many even find maintaining a daily diary of facts beneficial, because then a range… Read More »
What If My Friend Borrowed My Car And Crashed It?
Many people loan their vehicles to others. For instance, maybe you have loaned your truck to a family member in order for them to borrow a big purchase home. Or if your friend’s car was in the shop, you may have let them use yours to do a grocery run. But accidents can happen… Read More »
When Divorcing, Will I Have To Go To Family Court?
The answer to whether you will have to go to court to obtain a Florida divorce is that it depends on the details of your situation. A main consideration is if your divorce is uncontested or contested. If the dissolution is uncontested, you may not have to ever enter a courtroom. Speak with a… Read More »