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COBRA Insurance: Continue Your Health Insurance After Your Employment Ends.

December 23, 2020
What is COBRA? Simply put, COBRA allows for the continuation of your health insurance when you leave a job. The Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act or “COBRA” provides employees and their families who’ve lost their health benefits with the right to elect to keep their group health benefits provided by their former employer for a limited amount of time....

What is a Florida Construction Defect or Chapter 588 Claim?

December 14, 2020
A Florida construction defect is when there’s a failure of a building or a part of a building that should have been constructed in a reasonably workmanlike manner that causes damage to the structure. What are the Most Common Construction Defects in Central and South Florida? Tampa and the surrounding area get more than 46 inches of rainfall every year. And it’s this ...

Burn Injury Attorney

September 21, 2020
A Burn Injury Can Cause a Lifetime of Pain and Medical Care The skin is the body's largest organ. It acts as a protective barrier between the outside and the inside of the body. However, a burn can severely damage this vital organ and cause serious medical issues for the victim. As a result of a severe burn injury, you can be saddled with large medical bills and lost inco...

Pregnancy Discrimination: Real-World Examples of Women Who Fought Back

August 21, 2020
Pregnancy discrimination is all too common in the workplace. Claims for pregnancy discrimination are increasing all over the U.S. Last year, the EEOC filed 3,000 claims of pregnancy discrimination. More than $22 million in payouts for those claims were ultimately paid—that’s more than a 30% increase in the annual average ($17 million) recorded over the last decade. Wh...

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