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Florida Companies: Can You Do Business With an Oral Agreement?

Oral agreements are common in business and exist as the standard way of doing business for many single proprietors and small businesses in Florida.  However, having a written contract has various advantages such as being more enforceable in a court of law. Contracts also give you the ability to avoid disputes before they occur by [...]

Common Personal Injuries

Personal injury cases include auto accidents and trucking accidents; slip and fall or trip and fall accidents; pool and poolside accidents; intentional torts and more.  Many injuries can be life threatening and potentially result in wrongful death actions brought by the survivors of the accident victim. More commonly, people survive their accidents and become a [...]

Swimming Accidents to Avoid

If you or your business has a swimming pool on premises, then it is of utmost importance to ensure the safety of all of your guests and customers.  Being extra cautious while managing a swimming pool is wise because, statistically, swimming pools can be very dangerous places. Here are five avoidable yet common accidents that [...]

Airbnb Owners: Beware of these Five Legal Pitfalls

Airbnb and Vrbo are the most popular of several "peer-to-peer" online services that allow you to share a residence you own with visitors for a fee. These platforms provide an excellent way to earn money either as a side income or as a full-time business. Despite its many advantages in terms of independence and being [...]

Q&A with Attorney Jared Newman: Elder Negligence in Florida

Elder negligence is very common and can result in emotional harm, personal injury and wrongful death.  Elder negligence is a form of elder abuse, which the World Health Organization defines as being "a single, or repeated act, or lack of appropriate action, occurring within any relationship where there is an expectation of trust, which causes [...]

2020-03-22T20:54:06+00:00Personal Injury law|

Three Estate Planning Action Items For New Florida Residents

Estate Planning - Many people choose to retire in Florida. With average high temperatures of 79.5°F year round, it is no surprise that the state - especially South Florida - has such a draw. Since a good number of retirees arrive here with wills drafted in other states, it's important to beware of the pitfalls [...]

2021-02-22T22:54:10+00:00Wills and Trusts|

Three Business Agreements Every Company Should Have

Business agreements vary based on the companies that use them. Companies vary widely in their focus, industry and culture.  That being said, there are some key areas that are shared by all businesses in Florida and elsewhere.  All businesses interact with customers, partners, contractors or employees. There are three essential documents that ensure these interactions [...]

Intentional Torts: Frequently Asked Questions

Intentional Torts are a lesser understood area of our Personal Injury practice.  Here are five of the most common questions we get from our clients when it comes to torts in general and Intentional Torts in Florida in particular: Q: What is a tort? A: A tort is an action or failure to act that [...]

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