The Ticktin Minute December 26, 2016 – Negligent Security

Negligent security cases are an interesting subset of the ordinary negligence cases in Florida. Like any other negligence case, the plaintiff is required to prove duty, breach, causation and damages. In negligent security cases, the duty is to provide adequate security to the same standard as a reasonably prudent company or entity would provide in…

The Ticktin Minute December 12, 2016 – Timeline of the Foreclosure Process

Florida has the largest amount of foreclosures than any other state in the United States. While the foreclosure timeline and process varies from state to state, there are some common elements among the many states. Also, there are a few pre-foreclosure remedies that homeowners can take advantage of, such as loan modification. Loan modification occurs…

The Ticktin Minute November 21, 2016 – Qualifying for a Loan Modification

A loan modification is one strategy for a homeowner to avoid the foreclosure process. Successfully qualifying for a loan modification can provide a homeowner with the piece of mind and stress relief of keeping the home rather then having the loan foreclosed on. It is essentially a “reset” button in the realm of home mortgages….

Five Most Common Mortgage Foreclosure Defenses

If you are in foreclosure or being threatened with foreclosure, there are still options you can undertake in order to save your home. These options are known as foreclosure defenses. The five most common foreclosure defenses are: The Original Lender Engaged in Unfair Lending Practices You Are a Service member on Active Duty The Foreclosing…

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…

The Ticktin Minute October 13, 2016 – 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…

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…