Imagine that you’re shopping at a hardware store, and a tall display of tools collapses on you. You’re injured and facing weeks of recovery, hospital bills, lost work, and stress for your family.
Posted in: personal injury
While they’re arguably some of the most enviable people in the world, snowbirds— AKA, the lucky people who live in the north but travel down south to stay for the cooler months— have a lot to consider when faced with the prospect of keeping two residences.
Posted in: Auto Accidents
One of the best things about Southwest Florida is the amount of good days there are through the year to be on the beach or, better yet, on the ocean! Many families take advantage of the weather to go boating, sailing, and have some fun on jet skis. Unfortunately, this fun can sometimes turn tragic.
If you find yourself involved in an accident with an uninsured motorist, you may have discovered the challenges one faces when dealing with a driver without auto insurance. Or perhaps you’ve collided with someone who is underinsured— that is, someone whose liability insurance does not cover all the necessary expenses after an accident. If this is the case, you probably have lots of questions on how to proceed.
Insurance of any kind is intended to give you peace of mind when disaster strikes. It’s a safety net in difficult times to help you with loss prevention. In some cases, insurance is actually required, such as auto insurance and now health insurance.
Recently, a young couple in Naples, Florida, entered into a contract to buy their first home. They put down $3,000 worth of earnest money. A purchase contract was drawn up. One of the contract’s contingencies was that the final date of sale would be on a date prior to the young couple’s end date on their apartment lease.
Posted in: Real Estate Law