Under a proposed rule, debt collectors would be able to call you up to seven times a week

Posted in May 16,2019, at 10:51 am, at the Category: Blog

Under a proposed rule, debt collectors would be able to call you up to seven times a week, text, email
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Deceptive tactics utilized by some insurance companies to delay or deny your claim  

Posted in March 21,2019, at 11:45 am, at the Category: Blog

Payment Delays and Denials If your insurance provider delays, reduces or denies payment for something that is undoubtedly covered in
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The State Finally Cracks Down On Fraudulent ESA Requests

Posted in , at 11:19 am, at the Category: Blog

There is an overwhelming issue with homeowners submitting applications for Emotional Support Animals. I recently had an association contact me
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The Rights of Subcontractors in Florida Construction Law

Posted in August 22,2018, at 12:00 pm, at the Category: Blog

Sub-contractors on a construction project who have not been paid for the work the performed, per their contract, or who
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Debt Collection Laws Protect Consumers from Third Party Disclosure

Posted in August 14,2018, at 11:30 am, at the Category: Blog

The Florida Consumer Collection Practices Act (“FCCPA”) restricts debt collectors and creditors from abusive, deceptive, or misleading debt collection strategies.
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Deadly Exposure: Restaurant Negligence and Food Safety

Posted in August 7,2018, at 11:30 am, at the Category: Blog

In the past several years, enhanced food security measures within United States Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) regulatory policy have
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Medical Malpractice Damage Caps Struck Down by Florida Supreme Court

Posted in July 31,2018, at 11:30 am, at the Category: Blog

The Florida Supreme Court June 8, 2018 affirmation of the Fourth District Court of Appeals decision in North Broward Hospital
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Filing a Hurricane Claim in Florida

Posted in July 24,2018, at 11:30 am, at the Category: Blog

With hurricane season underway, it is important to be prepared for filing homeowners insurance claims in case of storm damage
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Changes to Florida Legislation Regarding Pharmaceutical Prescription and Testing

Posted in July 17,2018, at 11:30 am, at the Category: Blog

Florida Pharmaceutical Prescription Rules for Treatment Have Changed. Reforms to medical marijuana and prescription access, as well as the elimination
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Supreme Court Extends Bankruptcy Protections to Matters Involving Actual Fraud

Posted in July 3,2018, at 11:30 am, at the Category: Blog

Recent federal bankruptcy rulings in the United States have made it possible for an individual debtor to make false statements
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