What is Premises Liability?

Premises liability is a principle of law that makes owners and occupiers of real property legally responsible for certain personal injuries that occur on the property. Premises liability can apply to injuries arising from a variety of causes, including slip and fall, falling objects, inadequate security, hazardous materials, animal bites, fire and so on. When...
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Understanding New Florida PIP Laws

Florida’s controversial new Personal Injury Protection (PIP) “no fault” law took effect on January 1, 2013. The objective of the law is to reduce insurance fraud which is a problem in the state and affects everyone in the form of higher premiums. No fault laws are used to establish insurance benefits that anyone can claim...
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How Do I Find Out If I Have a Warrant?

Arrest warrants are orders issued by a court that direct law enforcement agencies on the actions they should take when they come across an individual who matches the description on the judicial writ. Most arrest warrants contain instructions for law enforcement officers to take the individual into custody for the purpose of standing in court...
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How to Seal or Expunge a Criminal Record in Florida

The State of Florida offers two important remedies to individuals who have criminal history records: executive clemency and record expungement. 1. Executive clemency allows people who have been convicted in criminal court to regain important civil rights. 2. The process of expungement can give Floridians peace of mind with regard to their everyday lives. While...
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