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…

Four Elements of a Successful Products Liability Negligence Claim

Businesses and individuals have a legal responsibility to make and market safe and effective products when used as intended. However, defectively designed or manufactured products (or the company’s failure to warn of known defects) often result in personal injuries. This can apply to exploding vape pens, collapsing ladders, leaking breast implants, exploding tires, malfunctioning airbags…

Selling Homes in Foreclosure Sales in Florida

The sellers of homes sold in foreclosure sales are usually looking to preserve their credit and obtain some relief from the threat or actual legal action taken by the lender. Legal action by the lender can prove costly and extremely stressful to a homeowner. In some cases, a foreclosure sale could be a viable option…

What Does it Mean that Florida is a No-Fault State?

‘What does it mean that Florida is a No-Fault State?’ Unless you are involved in the legal or insurance professions, you may not know the answer to that question. No, it doesn’t mean that here in Florida no one is responsible for an accident. (Don’t worry — if you’re hurt because of someone else, we…

The Ticktin Minute – June 5, 2017 – Foreclosure and Escrowed Payments

Foreclosure and Escrowed Payments When first purchasing a home with a mortgage, a lender typically stipulates which payments related to the home must be escrowed with their institution during the duration of the loan. This may include: real property taxes, hazard insurance (homeowner’s insurance) and homeowner’s association dues. Each bank is different and has their…