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Q&A with Attorney Grant J. Skolnick, Director of the Personal Injury Department

When The Ticktin Law Group expanded into the area of Personal Injury Law in 2015, Attorney Grant J. Skolnick was hired to spearhead the department. With unmatched charisma and an impeccable attention to detail, Grant provides exceptional customer service to each of his Personal Injury clients throughout their case. We sat down with him to learn…

The Importance of Witnesses to Your Personal Injury Claim

Many Personal Injury claims end up with conflicting stories. It’s not uncommon for someone to admit that they were at fault immediately after the accident, but as time goes by, completely change their tune. Other times, both sides maintain their innocence and claim the other party was always at fault. So, how do you —…

Employee vs. Independent Contractor? Differences and Tax Consequences

Business owners commonly face the same hiring decision: hire a full-time employee or an independent contractor to do the same work? Although the differences between an independent contractor and an employee seem slight, proper classification is important. There are obvious financial benefits to a business owner that have clouded the distinction between the two. Furthermore,…

Celebrating 10 Years As An Attorney: Q&A With Kendrick Almaguer

Today marks a special occasion for The Ticktin Law Group Attorney Kendrick Almageur. On this day, 10 years ago, Kendrick was admitted to The Florida Bar. To mark the occasion, we’ve put together this brief Q&A to share Kendrick’s experience as the curtain closes on his first decade of legal practice.   The Ticktin Law…

Foreclosure in Florida: Statute of Limitations Defense

One defense in a foreclosure lawsuit is the lapsing of the statute of limitations. When a bank has waited too long to exercise their rights to sue on a delinquent mortgage, the law says that the statute of limitations has run.   Statutes of limitations are laws passed that set the maximum time after an…

Why Are Rocket Dockets No Longer Used In Foreclosure Cases?

A rocket docket is a court or tribunal noted for its speedy disposition of a particular type of court case. They were originally created to unclog the court system due to the many foreclosure cases arising after the economic downturn. However, over the years, individuals may have noticed the term “rocket docket” used less frequently. Why…

Discrimination and Fair Wages: Common Employment Law Issues

There are very few individuals who can say that they have never had any employment law issues. This is true for both the employees and the employer. Employment Law is a specialized field of law that is very relevant in today’s society. There are a few common employment law issues that arise more often than others.  …