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  • Types of Crimes in Florida - Extortion

    ExtortionExtortion is threatening (verbally or written) to injure someone, their property, or their reputation or threatening to expose secrets or disgrace them in order to gain money or to get the alleged victim to do something. Threat or extortion is a 2nd degree felony and is ...

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  • I've lost a loved one. What are my rights? Florida Wrongful Death Law Explained.

    Injuries and violence affect everyone, regardless of age, race, or economic status. For Americans 1 to 44 years of age, injuries are the number-one killer. In fact, people in that age group are more likely to die from an injurysuch as a motor vehicle crash, fall, or homicidethan ...

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  • Injuries on Florida Beaches-

    Florida Beaches- According to the States official statistics, Florida has 1,197 miles of Coastline and 663 miles of Beaches. In 1970, the Legislature officially adopted the motto the Sunshine State because of the warm temperatures, beautiful beaches and majestic water surrounding...

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  • Florida Personal Injury Law- The Basics

    As one of Jacksonville's most reputable and most highly rated lawyers, John has established an outstanding record of success and specializes in personal injury and accident recovery. Much of that success is due to the values that drive our firm: integrity, dedication and excell...

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  • How to Pick a lawyer

    This video shows how to choose a lawyer.

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  • Florida Statutes of Limitation - Civil Cases

    Florida Statutes of limitations defamation 2 years fraud 4 years injury to personal property 4 years intentional torts 4 years judgments 20 years total libel 2 years medical malpractice 2 years from date of injury negligence causing personal injury ...

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  • Alabama Statutes of Limitation - Civil Cases

    Alabama Statute of limitations Any capital offense:No Limit. Contracts: 6 years, or 10 years if under seal. Counterfeiting(felony) no limit Drug traffickingno limitForgery (felony)no limitFraud: 2 years from when the fraud was or reasonably should have been discovered. ...

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  • Alaska Statutes of Limitation - Civil Cases

    Alaska Statute of limitations Any capital offense:No Limit. Contracts: 3 years. 10 years onsealed instrument. Counterfeiting(felony) no limit Drug traffickingno limitForgery (felony)no limitFraud: 10 years. Injury to personal property:6 yearsIntentional Torts:2 years L...

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  • Arizona Statutes of Limitation

    Arizona Statute of limitations Any capital offense:No Limit. Contracts: 6 years. 4 years if contract was executed outside of state. Counterfeiting(felony) no limit Drug traffickingno limitFiduciary duty breach2 yearsForgery (felony)no limitFraud (common law):3 yearsFrau...

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  • Arkansas Statutes of Limitation - Civil Cases

    Arkansas Statute of limitations fraud 3 years injury to personal property 3 years libel 1 year medical debts 2 years from date services were performed medical malpractice actions based on foreign objects left in body 2 years minors 3 years from date of 21st...

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