- Can I recover even if the motorist never hit me, but caused me to have an accident?
- Do bicyclists automatically have the right of way?
- Do I have to have lights on my bicycle?
- Does a bicyclist have the same rights as the driver of the car?
- How soon after my Florida bicycle accident should I contact an attorney?
- Can I choose my own repair shop following a Florida car accident?
- Can I sue the driver of the car I was riding in if I was injured in a Florida car accident?
- Do I have to give a recorded statement to the insurance company in a Florida auto accident case?
- Does my own automobile insurance cover me for accidents when I am on my bicycle?
- How will a prior existing injury affect my Florida car accident claim?
- If I miss work as a result of a Florida car accident, can my lost wages be recovered?
- Should I go to the doctor after my Florida car accident?
- What damages can be recovered in a Florida auto accident case?
- What does it mean when an insurance agent tells you that you are 'fully covered'?
- What is comparative negligence?
- What is comprehensive coverage?
- What is the first thing I should do after a Florida car accident?
- What is the purpose of obtaining uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage?
- What is the statute of limitations to bring a Florida auto accident case?
- What should I do if the insurance company offers me a check right away?
- Will I have to go to court for my Florida auto accident case?
- Will not wearing a seatbelt affect my car accident case?
- Can I appeal my commercial case if I am unhappy with the results?
- Can my commercial litigation case be heard in Federal court?
- Do shareholders have any legal responsibility to one another?
- How long will my commercial litigation lawsuit take?
- I was sued. What should I do?
- Is it better to litigate my commercial case in State or Federal court?
- What are some common types of complex commercial litigation?
- What are the steps in the commercial litigation process?
- What constitutes a contract?
- What is a breach of contract and what damages can I recover in the event of a breach of contract?
- What is a class action lawsuit?
- What is alternative dispute resolution?
- What is breach of contract?
- What is mediation?
- What is the difference between mediation and arbitration?
- What should I do if I am involved in a commercial litigation dispute?
- Who decides a case in commercial litigation?
- Why should I hire a commercial litigation lawyer?
- Will I be reimbursed for my attorney fees and costs if I win?
- Can a Board suspend a unit owner's voting rights because the unit owner is late in paying assessments?
- Do condo association meetings have to be publicized and open to residents?
- Do I have the right as a unit owner to obtain the names and addresses of all other unit owners in my condominium?
- Does a condominium unit owner have the right to record a Board meeting in Florida?
- How do I know which statutory scheme applies to my condominium?
- I do not agree with a decision that my condominium association made. Do I have any recourse?
- If I win a lawsuit against the association, can I recover attorney fees and assessment fees that I paid the association to defend the lawsuit?
- Must a Board inform unit owners as to what a meeting is about? Although the board provides unit owners with notices of the meetings, they do not include an agenda.
- One of our Board members refused to vote on an issue that recently came up at a Board meeting. The Board considered it as a no vote. Is this proper?
- What is a limited common element in a condominium?
- What law requires a condominium association to hire a licensed property manager?
- How do I dissolve a corporation?
- What are the most effective ways to dissolve a corporation?
- What is a corporate dissolution?
Employment Law – Representing Employers
- An employee applied for unemployment. Should the employer oppose the unemployment benefits?
- Are there any risks for employers if they do background checks on prospective employees?
- Are there any risks for employers if they do not do background checks on prospective employees?
- Are there exceptions to Florida's at-will employment?
- Can an employer be liable for responding to background inquiries regarding a current or former employee?
- Can an employer Google current employees?
- Can an employer Google prospective employees before hiring them?
- Can I restrict the type of content that my employees post on social media?
- Do employers have to do background checks on prospective employees?
- How can employers minimize discrimination and retaliation claims from employees?
- How must an employer respond to a request for accommodation?
- If an employee is paid a salary, are they exempt from overtime and record-keeping requirements?
- If an employee owes the employer money, can the employer deduct the money from the employee's wages?
- If an employer overpays an employee, can the employer take the money from the employee's future paychecks?
- Is a non-compete clause enforceable if you are fired?
- Should I allow employees to work from home?
- What are the best practices for notifying an employee they are being let go?
- What are the best practices when an employee complains of discrimination?
- What are the best practices when responding to background inquires on current or former employees?
- What are the most effective questions that employers should ask when interviewing applicants?
- What are the top three considerations when preparing to fire an employee?
- What are the top three tips to prepare for interviewing job applicants?
- What is the difference between an independent contractor and an employee?
- What kinds of background checks should employers perform on prospective employees?
- What questions should employers not ask during an interview of prospective employees?
- I was injured in a Florida motorcycle accident, but I wasn't wearing a helmet. Can I still recover damages from the other driver?
- Should I release my medical records to another driver's insurance adjuster?