Learn How To Exercise Your Right To A Speedy Trial

- July 2, 2014

The Florida Rules of Criminal Procedure provides the guidelines attorneys must follow when representing a client in criminal court. The right to a speedy trial, which has caused great havoc within the criminal justice system, allows an accused person to … Continue reading


What are the recent updates to Florida personal injury law?

- August 22, 2012

You’ve got so many questions. We’ll give you answers.   Q: What are the recent updates to Florida personal injury law? A: The new personal injury or no-fault law places a cap on the medical treatment that the PIP insurance … Continue reading


What happens after a determination of the existence of an emergency or non-emergency condition is made under the new PIP law?

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You’ve got so many questions. We’ll give you answers.   Q: What happens after a determination of the existence of an emergency or non-emergency condition is made under the new PIP law? A: Assuming the determination of the existence of … Continue reading


How does Florida’s new PIP law differ from the old PIP law?

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You’ve got so many questions. We’ll give you answers.   Q: How does Florida’s new PIP law differ from the old PIP law? A: Previously, the no fault insurer was required to pay 80% of medical bills, 60% of lost … Continue reading


What is an emergency medical condition?

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You’ve got so many questions. We’ll give you answers.   Q: What is an emergency medical condition? A: The new law defines an “emergency medical condition” as a medical condition manifesting itself by acute symptoms of sufficient severity, which can … Continue reading


What is the practical effect of the new PIP law?

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You’ve got so many questions. We’ll give you answers.   Q: What is the practical effect of the new PIP law? A: It is impossible to tell until society has some time to adjust to the changes.  The goal is … Continue reading


Why did Florida’s personal injury law recently change?

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You’ve got so many questions. We’ll give you answers.   Q: Why did Florida’s personal injury law recently change? A: The policy behind the new House Bill 119 is to decrease the number of fraudulent lawsuits and limit the number … Continue reading


What is a “determination of the existence of an emergency or non-emergency condition” under Florida’s new Personal Injury Protection law and who makes that determination?

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You’ve got so many questions. We’ll give you answers.   Q: What is a “determination of the existence of an emergency or non-emergency condition” under Florida’s new Personal Injury Protection law and who makes that determination? A: Essentially, it is … Continue reading


What is a Will?

- July 25, 2011

Properly known as a Last Will and Testament, a will is a document that provides instructions on how a decedent intended for his or her assets to be distributed upon death.  The will also appoints an individual as a personal representative, who has the duty to settle the decedent’s estate.  – (727) 797-9600 – 4399 35th St. N., Suite 322, St. Petersburg, FL 33714 Continue reading


Why do I need an Elder Law attorney?

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You should consult with an elder law attorney so that you can ensure your wishes and desires are met in the event you become incapacitated due to illness or injury, and upon your death.  An elder law attorney can work to ensure that your lifetime of work and savings is not squandered upon unnecessary taxes, court costs and attorneys’ fees, and that your most loved ones are not left bickering over who has a right to the belongings you leave.  In short, an elder law attorney can assist you in protecting both your estate and your heirs. – (727) 797-9600 – 4399 35th St. N., Suite 322, St. Petersburg, FL 33714 Continue reading


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