End of Three Day Trial Results in Win in Palm Beach County

Following a marathon Three Day Trial, Attorney Michael Vater was able to successfully win our client’s case up in Palm Beach County. The Trial had a myriad of issues presented including directing the Court to some recent appellate case decisions, including decisions that had involved cases in which The Ticktin Law Group represented the parties…

Big Win For The Ticktin Law Group In Bayou State

Attorney Christine Deis successfully obtained the Court’s approval to conduct a critical deposition in a mortgage foreclosure defense case despite the Bank’s opposition. When Christine informed the Bank that she planned to depose the note endorser, the Bank filed a Motion for Protective Order in Louisiana, in an effort to prevent the deposition from going…

Trial Victory In Landlord-Tenant Dispute

Palm Beach Attorney Jon Hodges recently obtained a victory for our clients in a landlord-tenant case. Our clients’ landlord attempted to evict our clients based on alleged missed payments of rent, which was untrue. Not only did the Court dismiss the landlord’s lawsuit, finding that the rent had been paid, but the Judge also ruled…

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…

Successful Recovery From Negligent Establishment

Attorney Grant Skolnick and the Personal Injury Division of The Ticktin Law Group successfully settled a case in which a careless hair stylist caused harm to our client. Our client had gone in for a scheduled hair appointment. The stylist began straightening her hair, but carelessly left the straightener in our client’s hair for too…

Aggressive Deposition Out Of State Leads To Trial Win

Recently, Attorney Michael Vater determined that in order to prevail at Trial it would be necessary to depose five material witnesses that all resided within the State of Texas. Although in some states it is rather easy to subpoena witnesses for actions pending in the state of Florida, The State of Texas requires a commission…