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Personal Injury Protection and Health Care Options

A driver who has been injured in a car accident could face a long road to returning to normal, depending on the extent of the damage caused to the vehicle and the injuries sustained. In Florida, personal injury protection (PIP) laws exist to help drivers navigate the piles of medical bills that will inevitably pile up as they recover from their injuries; however, the most updated reforms to the PIP statutes have placed limits on how drivers can access and pay for the health care they need.

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Fair Labor Standards Act and Off-the-Clock Compensation

The 40-hour work week is pretty much a thing of the past, with employees working overtime, staying late to finish up projects, or coming in early to get a jump start on their tasks for the day. In today’s business world, most employees work at least eight hours a day, and many actually spend nine or 10 hours at their jobs and follow-up with work from home — answering emails, making calls, or logging in to finish projects and review information. Many companies offer 24/7 customer support and service, and businesses thrive on employees who are willing to put in extra time and effort.

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Property Owner Liability

Property owners have a lot of responsibility when it comes to ensuring the safety of employees, visitors, contractors and anyone else who spends time in their buildings or on their lands. Owners have to make sure that their premises are free from hazards that could cause injuries or harm to others: puddles of water on the floor, ice on the sidewalks and walkways, protruding beams, sharp objects, tripping hazards and more. But this responsibility for safety doesn’t end at the door. Property owners must also maintain safe grounds and surrounding landscapes to mitigate their liabilities in the event of an injury.

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Working With Your Defense Attorney

Although doctors are often faced with the possibility of being sued for malpractice, given the nature of their jobs, a lawsuit can be a serious personal challenge and a very daunting and stressful process. Often, fear and stress bring out the worst in people, which is understandable because a malpractice lawsuit can jeopardize a doctor’s career and impact her personal life and financial status.

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Malpractice Coverage for Nurses

When you think of a malpractice lawsuit, you typically think of the doctor as the defendant on trial for his actions and medical decisions during a surgery, clinical assessment, diagnosis or even a routine visit. Most cases are aimed at the primary care physician or surgeon who made the final calls and took the leading actions to treat (or fail to treat) a patient.

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Title Underwriter Warns of Hackers Scamming Closing Agents by Marshall A. Adams, Esq.

This is not just for other attorneys, but for clients and any buyer or seller of real property, indeed any business or consumer in any transaction.  This highlights something of which we need to be painfully aware.  Click here to see an article that was emailed on Jan. 5, 2016 to attorney member agents from The Fund. 

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Beneficiary Designations

It’s a known fact that you should make your will early, even if you have no intention of passing away anytime soon. Putting a will in place ensures that your last wishes are on paper, and able to be communicated to your surviving family members. It helps you plan for their futures, even if you can’t play a physical role. No matter what your financial status, a will is important for establishing your estate. But most people don’t think beyond their wills, and fail to truly consider the beneficiary designations they have to establish in their wills, financial accounts, retirement accounts and more.

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Lubell Rosen Partner Aldo Leiva Selected to Speak at 2016 Emerald Coast Medical Association Winter Beach Retreat

Aldo M. Leiva, Esq., partner at Lubell Rosen and leader of the firm’s Data Security and Privacy practice, has been tapped to speak at the 2016 Emerald Coast Medical Association Winter Beach Retreat, taking place at the Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort in Panama City, Florida. Mr. Leiva will speak on Jan. 9, 2016 about the subject, “2015 Update on the Florida Office Surgery Rules: What Every MD and DO Should Know.”

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Common Construction Law Cases

Construction law covers a wide spectrum of cases, ranging from building codes and safety requirements to legal documentation and ownership claims. In Florida and across the country, construction is a booming industry, and it’s one that bolsters the economy by creating more space for commercial shops and businesses, and even residential homes.

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Lubell Rosen Partners Steven L. Lubell, Esq. and Aldo M. Leiva, Esq. Named to 2015 Most Effective Lawyers by Daily Business Review

Steven L. Lubell, Esq. and Aldo M. Leiva, Esq., partners at nationally-renowned law firm Lubell Rosen, have been selected as the winners of Daily Business Review’s 11th annual 2015 Most Effective Lawyers in the practice area of medical malpractice.

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