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What do I do if my insurance company refuses to pay my Florida PIP claim?

Florida remains a no-fault state for insurance and this expects many motorists to turn to their own insurance policy in the event that they’re involved in an auto accident where another driver is underinsured. Regardless of who is at fault for an accident, PIP will be able to cover 80% of medical expenses up to […]

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The Family and Medical Act of 1993

Employees of covered employers who meet certain requirements are protected by the Family and Medical Act of 1993 from the loss of their job because of family and medical situations that may occur. This addition to the Fair Labor Standard Act (FLSA) is crucial for families that have had major medical events. These regulations allow […]

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Real Estate Law – The Deeding Process

The law of deeds has its roots in the ancient rite of livery of seisin. That ceremony served as the forerunner to the modern deeding process at a time when very few persons could write. This method of transferring ownership required that the buyer and seller gather a group of local residents on the property […]

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Garage Doors – A Brief Tutorial on Garage Door Safety and Installation

As a door expert witness, I am called upon many times a year to evaluate garage door injuries. Garage doors come in many shapes and sizes. Their functions range from basic security of an area to cosmetic concealment. Most doors can be broken down into a few basic styles or categories. Typical modern garage doors […]

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How CDL Commercial Drivers Are Affected By A DUI Conviction

Any person holding a commercial driver’s license (or CDL, for short) is held to higher standards when it comes to impaired driving rather than their non-commercial driver’s license, according to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. There is a good reason for this: it doesn’t matter what the driver is hauling, the stakes are generally […]

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What do I do if my insurance company refuses to pay my Florida PIP claim?

Florida remains a no-fault state for insurance and this expects many motorists to turn to their own insurance policy in the event that they’re involved in an auto accident where another driver is underinsured. Regardless of who is at fault for an accident, PIP will be able to cover 80% of medical expenses up to […]

Employment Law

The Family and Medical Act of 1993

Employees of covered employers who meet certain requirements are protected by the Family and Medical Act of 1993 from the loss of their job because of family and medical situations that may occur. This addition to the Fair Labor Standard Act (FLSA) is crucial for families that have had major medical events. These regulations allow […]

Real Estate Law

Real Estate Law – The Deeding Process

The law of deeds has its roots in the ancient rite of livery of seisin. That ceremony served as the forerunner to the modern deeding process at a time when very few persons could write. This method of transferring ownership required that the buyer and seller gather a group of local residents on the property […]

Personal Injury

Garage Doors – A Brief Tutorial on Garage Door Safety and Installation

As a door expert witness, I am called upon many times a year to evaluate garage door injuries. Garage doors come in many shapes and sizes. Their functions range from basic security of an area to cosmetic concealment. Most doors can be broken down into a few basic styles or categories. Typical modern garage doors […]

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What do I do if my insurance company refuses to pay my Florida PIP claim?

Florida remains a no-fault state for insurance and this expects many motorists to turn to their own insurance policy in the event that they’re involved in an auto accident where another driver is underinsured. Regardless of who is at fault for an accident, PIP will be able to cover 80% of medical expenses up to […]

Employment Law

The Family and Medical Act of 1993

Employees of covered employers who meet certain requirements are protected by the Family and Medical Act of 1993 from the loss of their job because of family and medical situations that may occur. This addition to the Fair Labor Standard Act (FLSA) is crucial for families that have had major medical events. These regulations allow […]

Real Estate Law

Real Estate Law – The Deeding Process

The law of deeds has its roots in the ancient rite of livery of seisin. That ceremony served as the forerunner to the modern deeding process at a time when very few persons could write. This method of transferring ownership required that the buyer and seller gather a group of local residents on the property […]

Personal Injury

Garage Doors – A Brief Tutorial on Garage Door Safety and Installation

As a door expert witness, I am called upon many times a year to evaluate garage door injuries. Garage doors come in many shapes and sizes. Their functions range from basic security of an area to cosmetic concealment. Most doors can be broken down into a few basic styles or categories. Typical modern garage doors […]

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What do I do if my insurance company refuses to pay my Florida PIP claim?

Florida remains a no-fault state for insurance and this expects many motorists to turn to their own insurance policy in the event that they’re involved in an auto accident where another driver is underinsured. Regardless of who is at fault for an accident, PIP will be able to cover 80% of medical expenses up to […]

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Employment Law

The Family and Medical Act of 1993

Employees of covered employers who meet certain requirements are protected by the Family and Medical Act of 1993 from the loss of their job because of family and medical situations that may occur. This addition to the Fair Labor Standard Act (FLSA) is crucial for families that have had major medical events. These regulations allow […]

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Real Estate Law

Real Estate Law – The Deeding Process

The law of deeds has its roots in the ancient rite of livery of seisin. That ceremony served as the forerunner to the modern deeding process at a time when very few persons could write. This method of transferring ownership required that the buyer and seller gather a group of local residents on the property […]

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Garage Doors – A Brief Tutorial on Garage Door Safety and Installation

As a door expert witness, I am called upon many times a year to evaluate garage door injuries. Garage doors come in many shapes and sizes. Their functions range from basic security of an area to cosmetic concealment. Most doors can be broken down into a few basic styles or categories. Typical modern garage doors […]

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Traffic Law

How CDL Commercial Drivers Are Affected By A DUI Conviction

Any person holding a commercial driver’s license (or CDL, for short) is held to higher standards when it comes to impaired driving rather than their non-commercial driver’s license, according to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. There is a good reason for this: it doesn’t matter what the driver is hauling, the stakes are generally […]

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