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…

The Ticktin Minute October 10, 2016 – The Importance of Having Uninsured Motorist Coverage

Many drivers don’t understand the benefits and importance of having uninsured motorist coverage. As an overview, in the state of Florida, every vehicle registered in the state must be insured to legally drive. The only exception to that rule is where the vehicle is inoperable (or does not run). That means that every resident driver in…

Managing Attorney, Jamie Alan Sasson, Wins a Punitive Damages Hearing

Another punitive damages win just happened for the firm! The Ticktin Law Group previously wrote regarding a case that the firm has been handling as case in which a client’s former partner forged legal purchase and sale documents, and thus was able to effectuate the sale of property, without the client’s consent. Forgery is described as…

The Ticktin Minute October 03, 2016 – The Application of Negligence Law in Personal Injury

In tort negligence law, negligence is the theory of laws that allows a plaintiff to prove that the person who injured them knew or should have known that their actions would result in injury to others. Proving negligence essentially proves that the person who caused the injury should be held accountable for their actions even…