Bergers Book Reviews | What Makes Trump Tick

President Donald J. Trump attended New York Military Academy as a teenager, and Peter Ticktin was his classmate and friend. In this memoir, Ticktin shares some of his insights about President Trump, and how this time in NYMA molded his character and determination. The military academy forces boys to grow up quickly, as they learn…

Orally Modifying Your Timesharing/Custody Arrangement Can Be Dangerous

Recently, I’ve had the pleasure of meeting some great fathers that have found themselves in quite the child support predicament.  Whether the parties started their venture into the court system by way of dissolving a marriage or establishing paternity and timesharing (visitation), they have an unfortunate situation in common . . . they modified the…

The Ticktin Minute October 16, 2017 – What Constitutes an Employee for Employment Law Legal Matters

What Constitutes an Employee for Employment Law Legal Matters Employment law encompasses the many protections an individual has in the workplace (or even during the interview process). There are a few categories of employment practices that are considered protected classes and given the highest priority in the courts. The protected classifications include age, race, religion,…

Personal Injury and Subrogation

One of the more complex areas of Personal Injury Law is the concept of subrogation. Don’t know what that is? No need to sweat. Subrogation is a term not well known to those outside of the insurance industry, however, it is important to know. Especially for those with a personal injury claim. What Is Subrogation And How…

The Ticktin Minute November 7, 2016 – Fundamentals of Personal Injury Protection (“PIP”) Coverage

The biggest concern after an accident for most people is medical bills. Every person who owns a vehicle in Florida must have Personal Injury Protection (“PIP”) on their insurance policy. PIP is the required coverage that pays your medical expenses after an accident. In Florida, every person’s own insurance company pay for their medical expenses…

Motion to Dismiss Denied by Federal Court in Defamation and Libel Case!

This week the Southern District Federal Court ruled in favor of The Ticktin Law Group in a federal defamation lawsuit. Specifically, the South District Federal Court denied a national television network’s Motion to Dismiss our pending lawsuit. In our lawsuit, are alleging that the TV network and its producers defamed and slandered our clients. Defamation is…

Attorney Grant J. Skolnick Has Joined Our Firm

The Ticktin Law Group is proud to announce that Attorney Grant J. Skolnick has joined our firm as the Director of the Firm’s Personal Injury Department. Grant graduated with honors from the University of Florida for his undergraduate studies. For law school, Grant attended Nova Southeastern University, where he received the Insurance Law and Products…

Attorney Julius Adams Has Joined Our Firm

The Ticktin Law Group is proud to announce that Attorney Julius Adams has joined our firm. Julius Adams is a licensed Florida attorney, now working out of our Tampa Office. His practice areas include personal injury, mortgage foreclosure defense, family law, and general civil litigation. Julius has always had a strong interest in helping people…