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When to Hire a HOA Attorney

If you’ve been cited or fined by your homeowners’ association or your HOA has filed a lawsuit against you, contacting a HOA attorney can be a smart move. Being in a dispute with your HOA is never a pleasant time, but unfortunately it is quite common. An experienced HOA attorney is knowledgeable about all relevant… View Article

What is a Class Action Lawsuit?

A class action lawsuit is a situation in which a large number of people who have been affected either by a defective product, service, or who have been injured sue one or several people, corporations or other entities. The group of people – referred to as the “class” – alleges that the defendant is responsible… View Article

Steps to Take During Foreclosure

Are you facing foreclosure? It can be a trying time, but don’t panic. There are steps you can take to save your home or to lessen the blow of losing it. Of the millions of foreclosure notices sent out each year, only one in three results in an actual foreclosure. Many homeowners are able to… View Article

4 Ways That a Motorcycle Accident Legally Differs From a Car Crash

Many motorcycle riders who are involved in an accident fear that their situations will be handled the same way a car accident would be, however, this isn’t the case. Though motorcycles and cars share the same roads, the fact of the matter is that insurance companies and juries both view motorcycle accidents in a very… View Article

Xarelto Lawsuits: What you Need to Know

Because of recent events, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is investigating reports that Xarelto, a blood thinning medication, has been linked to severe internal bleeding, brain hemorrhaging, kidney bleeding, and even death. Xarelto was approved in 2011, is manufactured by Janssen Pharmaceuticals, and is marketed with Bayer Healthcare. People who experience atrial fibrillation,… View Article

What to do if Bitten by a Dog

For the most part, dogs are some of the most loving and loyal companions anybody could ask for. But even the most docile canines can bite under the right circumstances. Millions are bitten every year, and since a bite injury can have significant medical and financial repercussions, it is important to know what to do… View Article

Ford PowerShift Transmission Settlement

Those that have driven Ford vehicles equipped with dual-clutch, PowerShift transmissions know that they are often riddled with issues. The cars tend to slam into gear or feel like the gears are slipping – none of which is normal. Repeated trips to Ford dealerships for service are common, where little or no real action is… View Article

5 Common Real Estate Fraud Schemes You Need To Know

Whether you’re buying your first home, or you’ve been through the home-buying process before, there is a risk for falling victim to real estate practices that are shady or fraudulent. Real estate fraud schemes can lead to buyers losing their houses right out from underneath them, bankruptcy, damaged credit ratings, and legal fees associated with… View Article

Invokana Lawsuits

FDA-approved drugs for treating low blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes are known as sodium-glucose contransporter-2 (SGLT2) inhibitors, and have been said to possibly lead to a condition called diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA). DKA is characterized as excessive blood acid levels, and a number of manufacturers – including Johnson & Johnson who produce Invokana… View Article

The Rise of Stucco Claims in Florida

Defective stucco installation claims are on the rise all throughout Florida, and thousands of homeowners, condominium associations, homeowners associations, and commercial property owners have fallen victim to defective stucco issues in 2017. Stucco is an exterior finish commonly used on homes and commercial structures in Florida that prevents water penetration and offers strong protection against… View Article