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Inadequate Security Litigation

Inadequate security cases involve situations in which someone fails to take proper precautions to ensure the security of others, which in turn leads to some loss or injury to another. Under Florida law, we are all required to act reasonably and not negligently or recklessly in going about our lives; failure to take due care [...]

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Expert Witnesses in Medical Malpractice Cases

In medical malpractice litigation having the right expert on your side is crucial. In Florida, medical malpractice, or medical negligence, cases are governed by chapter §766 of the Florida Statutes. Under the law, a plaintiff is required to present the testimony of a medical expert in support of its claim. This seemingly simple requirement is [...]

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Medical Malpractice: Understanding the Difference Between Bad Outcomes and Negligence

Medical malpractice or medical negligence refers to medical care or services that fall below the standard of care, which in turn cause harm or injury to the patient.  The term “standard of care” is defined in Florida law as “that level of care, skill, and treatment which, in light of all relevant surrounding circumstances, is [...]

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Arbitration vs. Litigation

Arbitration is a form of alternative dispute resolution. It offers parties the ability to formal resolve disputes outside of the court systems in a way that is final and legally binding. The authority of the court system is based on the authority of government, whereas the authority Courts get their authority from government, their ability [...]

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Miami-Dade County Makes Small Moves to Address Growing Housing Crisis

On March 17, 2022, Miami-Dade County, Mayor Daniella Levine Cava, signed a new measure which aims to help Miami renters affected by the growing affordable housing crisis. Generally, residential landlord tenant relations are governed by state law under Chapter 83 of the Florida Statutes, known as “Florida Residential Landlord and Tenant Act.” However local government [...]