Updates: Civil justice system

Another personal injury lawyer scheme to inflate lawsuit awards

January 29, 2016

Florida’s personal injury lawyers are at it again this legislative session. Here is […]

Florida 2016 Legislative Session: Three Ways to Fix Lawsuit Abuse, One to Make Things Worse

January 27, 2016

As the Florida legislature’s 2016 session kicks off, lawmakers are expected to debate […]

Trial bar influence plays major role in Florida

October 8, 2015

What do personal injury lawyers do with all their lawsuit profits? They invest it. And we’re not talking about the stock market.

Florida’s worst-kept secret: lawsuit abuse

October 5, 2015

Today is the first day of Lawsuit Abuse Awareness Week 2015, and it’s no secret that Florida has a lawsuit abuse problem.

Runaway ADA Lawsuits – A National Pastime

September 24, 2014

Recently, there has been a flood of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) lawsuits across the country.

Do YOU Want Charlie Crist Shaping the Florida?

August 15, 2014

The 2014 governor’s race in Florida is going to have major consequences for […]

Pay to Play in Florida?

November 2, 2012

On November 6, voters in Florida will decide whether to re-elect three Florida […]

Don’t Let Trial Lawyers Choose Your Judges

November 1, 2012

Judges make a lot of important decisions on issues ranging from healthcare to […]

Rescue me… from a lawsuit!

July 16, 2012

We recently learned news of this story from our friends at the Lawsuit […]

Hey Tampa – Don’t Forget Lawsuit Abuse!

April 27, 2012

Top Republican leaders will be meeting in Tampa this week to discuss the […]


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