How does a wrongful death lawsuit work?

Wrongful death lawsuit

Wrongful death claims are brought against a defendant who caused someone’s death—either through negligence or intentional action. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), there were 200,955 unintentional injury deaths in 2018—and, a large percentage of those included wrongful deaths. When is a Wrongful Death Lawsuit Fitting Charge? A wrongful death claim may result…

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How to sue a large corporation for personal injury

How to sue a large corporation for personal injury

If you’re wondering how to sue a large corporation for personal injury–such as your employer or an organization that you do business with–make sure that you start with a free, private case evaluation from an experienced, capable attorney. For most large corporations, personal injury claims are simply a cost of doing business–especially when they invite…

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5 Florida Probate and Estate Planning Myths

The clients that we serve in the state of Florida  often have misconceptions about wills and trusts, estate planning and probate court in general. People think that probate court needs to be avoided at all costs–which is simply not true. The truth is that every client’s situation is different and the lawyers at Law Offices…

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One Spouse Dies–Does The House Transfer?

Proobate

This is a commonly asked question with a slightly complex answer–and much of it depends on whether or no you have a will or trust. There’s only one way to keep your house out of the probate process when you pass–make sure you have an ironclad will and trust outlining how all of your possessions…

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Ready for an estate plan? Ask an estate planning lawyer

Estate Planning Lawyer

According to American financial advisor, author, and podcast host Suze Orman, “Estate planning is an important and everlasting gift you can give your family. And setting up a smooth inheritance isn’t as hard as you might think.” For example, older Americans are particularly positioned to consider a lifetime’s worth of assets and how to successfully…

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Safe holiday travel tips from the road to the air

safe holiday travel tips

Whether you’re traveling by car or through the air, here are some key safe holiday travel tips from Dishowitz Law to help keep you and your family safe.  Let’s face it—with the arrival of the Omicron variant of COVID-19, holiday travel in a pandemic will usher in its own set of challenges that all holiday…

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A landlord and tenant attorney talks COVID

Landlord and tenant attorney book

According to the US Census Bureau, landlords file approximately 3.7 million eviction cases in a typical year—however, with COVID-19 in full force, the past year has been anything but typical. That’s why it’s so important to know the guidelines that landlords and tenants must follow during the pandemic so that the law is satisfied. Listen…

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Probate 101: All About Will and Probate Laws

“There is nothing like the death of a moneyed member of the family to show persons as they really are, virtuous or conniving, generous or grasping. “Many a family has been torn apart by a botched-up will. “Each case is a drama in human relationships — and the lawyer, as counselor, draftsman, or advocate, is…

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Back to school estate planning 101

As the kids prepare to go back to school, the adults should prepare to see an estate planning attorney to discuss estate planning strategies. And our Back to School Estate Planning 101 guide is ready to help guide you. Back to school estate planning 101: Everything you need to know Consider this. According to the…

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