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Jun 22, 2017

Florida Medical Malpractice Lawyers Explain Failure to Diagnose

By |June 22nd, 2017|Medical Malpractice|0 Comments

Any competent doctor or hospital that examines a patient will first seek to diagnose the patient’s illness before beginning any treatment plan. Typically a doctor will take an oral history of the patient’s complaints, family background, and current symptoms. In many cases, the medical provider will then offer diagnostic tests such as blood work, x-rays, [...]

Jun 15, 2017

How Does Florida PIP Affect Pharmacies?

By |June 15th, 2017|Auto Accident|0 Comments

One little known aspect of Florida’s No Fault Law, which requires auto insurance policies to provide personal injury protection coverage of up to $10,000.00 in medical and disability benefits, is that those benefits can be used to pay pharmacies. Oftentimes, auto accident victims will be prescribed pain medication and prosthetic devices for their injuries. What [...]

Jun 13, 2017

Venue Selection in Operating Agreements

By |June 13th, 2017|Business Law|0 Comments

A recent opinion out of Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeals provides wide breadth for enforcement of contractual venue selection clauses. Carl Powers, Jr. and John Melick entered into an operating agreement governing their Florida business, Deeazbros, LLC. In 2016, Powers filed suit against Melick alleging that he diverted monies owed to the business to [...]

Jun 9, 2017

Are Self-Driving Cars the Answer to Eliminating Traffic Crashes and Fatalities?

By |June 9th, 2017|Auto Accident|0 Comments

Autonomous or self-driving vehicles are one aspect of a plan that the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (“NHTSA”) hopes will contribute to eliminating traffic fatalities by 2030 as part of its “Vision Zero” project. A study conducted by Global Positioning Specialists reports that autonomous vehicles could be the impetus for the United States becoming a [...]

May 30, 2017

Federal Judge Dismisses Counterclaim for Breach of Non-Compete Agreement

By |May 30th, 2017|Business Law|0 Comments

A Federal Judge in the Middle District of Florida recently dismissed an employer’s counterclaim alleging that its former employee breached the non-compete provision of the parties’ employment agreement. Let’s take a look. Andrew Hennes filed suit in federal court alleging that his former employer, Outsource Equipment Company, LLC (“OEC”) violated the Fair Labor Standards Act [...]

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