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What New Business Owners Need to Know About Cottage Law

By |2022-03-12T16:01:32-05:00March 12th, 2022|Podcast|

Cottage Law for New Business Owners Cottage Law: Florida law allows individuals to use their unlicensed home kitchens to produce for sale certain foods that present a low risk of foodborne illness as outlined in Section 500.80 of the Florida Statutes. These products, often referred to as “cottage foods,” cannot [...]

What to do if You Were Injured by Fireworks

By |2022-03-12T16:00:57-05:00March 12th, 2022|Business Law, Criminal Law, Filing, Personal Injury|

Burned By Fireworks? The impact of coronavirus changed a lot this year. The usual cookouts, get-togethers, and pool parties didn't happen. Neither did the big city-held fireworks extravaganzas. But that doesn't mean there weren't fireworks. If your neighborhood is anything like ours, then you still heard plenty of booms and bangs deep [...]

In the Midst of the Chaos, Here are Some Local Favorites we can All Support

By |2022-03-12T16:00:10-05:00March 12th, 2022|Business Law, Pop Culture|

Highlighting Some of our Minority-Lead Restaurants As people settle into their new work-from-home situations, everyone is starting to realize that no amount of color coded charts, live streamed baby zoo animals, or bribery can keep a child occupied for a solid 8 hours while you dive into your work [...]

Why Now is the Best Time to Start Your Own Company

By |2022-03-12T15:59:49-05:00March 12th, 2022|Business Law, C-Corp|

Your New Company is About to Open You've had the idea to start your own company for a long time. It's been sitting there in the back of your head for years, but you've never had the push you needed to make the jump until now. Well, there's nothing holding you back [...]

7 Things Your Lawyer Wants You to do After an Accident

By |2020-10-06T10:44:12-05:00October 6th, 2020|Car Accident, Filing, Insurance, Personal Injury, Vehicle Accident|

Your Case Will be Better if you do These 7 Things No one plans on being in an accident, but you still wear your seatbelt. No one wants to ever use it, but you have insurance. No one expects to call a lawyer, but having one on standby is [...]

5 Reasons You Should Have a Lawyer on Your Injury Case

By |2020-06-23T08:32:29-05:00June 23rd, 2020|Car Accident, Filing, Insurance, Personal Injury, Vehicle Accident|

Why You Should Call a Lawyer on Your Insurance Claim If you're ever in an accident or hurt and you need to file an insurance claim, you need to call an attorney to assist you. You might think you can handle it yourself, and the insurance companies would love [...]

The 9 Areas Every Employment Agreement Should Include

By |2020-05-26T09:24:38-05:00May 26th, 2020|Business Law|

Don't Miss These Important Additions to Your Next Employment Agreement Whether you're on the market for a new position or looking for the next person to add to your team, it's important that you have an Employment Agreement. Having a written agreement between employers and employees protects both in [...]

Explaining the Different Options for Your Car Insurance

By |2020-05-05T08:43:28-05:00May 5th, 2020|Car Accident, Insurance, Personal Injury, Vehicle Accident|

Which Insurance Option is Right for You? There are 6 main types of automobile coverage: auto liability coverage, uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage, comprehensive coverage, collision coverage, medical payments coverage, and personal injury protection. Depending on what state you live in different minimum coverages may be required, while others [...]

Differences Between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy from Liz McCausland PA

By |2020-04-07T08:18:26-05:00April 7th, 2020|Business Law, Criminal Law, Filing, Personal Injury|

Should You File for Bankruptcy During Coronavirus? In this video, friend of the firm, Attorney Liz McCausland discusses some of the options around filing for bankruptcy during the COVID-19 quarantine orders. She and Jordan discussed the difference between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy*, some of the options you have before filing, and why [...]

What Are the New Rules Around Sealing and Expungements in Florida

By |2020-04-02T20:25:18-05:00April 2nd, 2020|Business Law, Criminal Law, Filing, Personal Injury|

The New Rules of Sealing and Expungement in Florida In 2019, Florida modified their rules regarding sealing and expunction of criminal charges. One major change includes a system that will automatically seal non-conviction records. According to Fla.Stat.943.0595(a) “The department shall automatically seal a criminal history record that does not result from an [...]

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