• Can You Recover After a Golf Cart Accident?

      Can You Recover After a Golf Cart Accident? August 3, 2015 Eric Block No comments Golf carts are a common sight in Jacksonville1 and throughout the state of Florida. Not only are these carts used as intended to travel from one hole to the next on golf courses, but they are also popularly used to travel around the many retirement communities in the area.

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    • Pediatric Brain Injuries Due to Car Accidents

      The injuries suffered in a car accident can change the person’s life forever, especially if one of the occupants of the vehicle happens to be a child. Consequences of injuries suffered by an infant in an automobile accident can be debilitating and life altering. Unfortunately, the damage caused by pediatric injuries may not be entirely visible until later in the child’s life.

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  • The New Application for Naturalization (Form N-400)

    Application for Naturalization > The New Application for Naturalization (Form N-400) As a Miami immigration attorney, some people have asked me about the USCIS’s decision to revise Form N-400, Application for Naturalization. Here are some frequently asked questions. Why did the USCIS revise the Application for Naturalization (Form N-400)? The revisions to Form N-400 p ...

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  • eConflict of Interests = Legal Malpractice

    eConflict of Interests = Legal Malpractice Conflicts of interest are one of the leading causes of legal malpractice claims. The typical conflicts case arises when a lawyer has an ethical duty to different parties in the same transaction or lawsuit. While many conflicts can be waived, they are still strongly discouraged and disfavored.

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  • Matthew Schaefer Critiques Federal Sales Tax Legislation In Internet Retailer

    B&I Partner Matthew Schaefer shared his views on proposed federal legislation to authorize state sales tax collection in an article appearing in the current online edition of Internet Retailer. Schaefer commented on both the Main Street Fairness Act (“MFA”) pending in the Senate and a competing bill recently introduced by Utah Representative Jason Chaffetz in the House.

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  • UBS Whistleblower Loses Round I of Lawsuit

    UBS Whistleblower Bradley Birkenfeld Vows to Continue His Fight Bradley Birkenfeld isn’t done yet. In 2012 he received a whistleblower award check of $104 million from the IRS. That check came just weeks after being released from a 3 year prison sentence. After going to jail and getting over $100 million, one might think that Birkenfeld might ride into the sunset.

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  • Can I Recover If I Missed Work After a Car Accident?

    Can I Recover If I Missed Work After a Car Accident? by Anthony Bruning | Aug 3, 2015 | Uncategorized | Each year car accidents result in serious injuries and lasting physical limitations for the victims of collisions. Due to the serious nature of injuries, many people have to miss work or other income opportunities during hospital stays and recovery periods.

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  • Exemption of Annuities in Florida

    Florida law provides for a certain exemption for annuities. Florida Statute section 222.14 provides that "the proceeds of annuity contracts issued to citizens or residents of the state, upon whatever form, shall not in any case be liable to attachment, garnishment ... or legal process in favor of any creditor ... of the person who is the beneficiary of such annuity contract, unless the ...

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  • Second Foreclosure Case and Quiet Title Action

    A 2013 Florida case dealt with the issue of whether a mortgage remained enforceable after a the dismissal of a foreclosure case and more than five years has passed from the date of the first default in mortgage payments. The homeowner argued that the five year Florida statute of limitations applied to render the mortgage no longer enforceable.

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  • Couple Win $16.6 Million Investment Fraud Award

    Exotic Derivatives and Investment Fraud After a five year wait and grueling 95 day trial, James and Margaret Eringer can finally sleep a bit easier; their long investment fraud case against BNP Paribas Securities is over. The couple won an award of $16.6 million dollars. Most investment fraud cases against stockbrokers are handled by binding arbitration before the Finan ...

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    In reading articles posted in this blog, I hope it is impressed upon you to understand the risks you are accepting in your contract and what to do if you encounter a risk, as well as those risks you are flowing down or allocating to your subcontractors. Construction is inherently risky so you want to know what to do when you encounter certain situations or occurrences, and i ...

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  • Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month

    Chronic pain is debilitating and life altering for sufferers all around the country and world. One of the most common chronic pain diseases is arthritis, which causes joint inflammation and degeneration. Although many believe arthritis only affects older people, there are many juvenile sufferers as well.

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