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Have you ever participated in an activity, such as skiing or kayaking, through a business or entity? Or how about entered a hospital for any reason? If so, you may have signed a release of liability form, or a waiver, which frees the business or entity of any liability if things go awry. Release of … Read More

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At Grossman Roth Yaffa Cohen, we understand how disruptive a lawsuit can be for our clients. As attorneys, our job is to minimize that burden by ensuring the many procedures leading up to a trial don’t interfere with your day to day life. Here’s a breakdown of those steps, and what you can expect along … Read More

Citrus canker

STORY UPDATE: On June 2, Governor Rick Scott vetoed the $37.4 million appropriation in 16-year citrus canker litigation. Read more about attorney reactions and next steps. Lee County and Broward County homeowners are nearing receipt of their well-deserved compensation following 16 years of litigation involving the destruction and removal of their citrus trees. Florida’s legislature … Read More