Why A Personal Injury Claim Takes So Long

“Why does it take so long to get paid for my injuries? They caused the accident and I’m hurt. Isn’t that all they need to know?” This is one of the most frequent questions we receive at The Ticktin Law Group’s Personal Injury Department. Simply put, the answer to that question is no. Of course you…

The Ticktin Minute May 29, 2017 – Lien Priority Status

Foreclosure can be a very tricky and challenging process for homeowners that are behind (or will soon be behind) on their Homeowner’s,  Condominium Owner’s Association (collectively “Association”) and/or mortgage payments. A foreclosure could also be triggered by unpaid real estate taxes as well. Since the bank usually escrows these payments, this is not as usual…

The Ticktin Minute May 15, 2017 – Summary of the Deadliest Roads in Florida

You never know when an accident will occur and/or where that accident will occur, however, there are certain roads that are believed to be more dangerous than others. Also, as many Floridians are aware of, the wintertime yields significantly more car accidents due to the migration of the “snow birds” down to Florida. For those…

The Ticktin Minute May 8, 2017 – Charges that Can be Assessed Pursuant to a HOA or COA Lien

A foreclosure may result if a homeowner falls behind on payments (“Assessments”) to their homeowner’s association (“HOA”) or their condominium association (“COA”). COA and HOA shall be collectively referred to as the “Association” throughout this article. The right to foreclose by the Association is explicitly agreed to by the homeowner pursuant to the declaration of…

Personal Injury Tips: Negotiating your Medical Bills

Negotiating Your Medical Bills “A hospital should also have a recovery room adjoining the cashier’s office.” ― Francis O’Walsh After a settlement has been reached in a personal injury case, whether it is only with the at-fault party, or in conjunction with your own UM Insurance, it is time to negotiate the medical bills. This…

The Ticktin Minute May 1, 2017 – Selective Enforcement Claim Against a Condominium Association

A condominium is a building or group of buildings containing a number of individually owned apartments or houses (in the case of a planned unit development) containing common elements that may be used by all owners. Condominiums are extremely common in Florida. Each condominium association has certain rules and regulations (also known as covenants and…