I own a $250,000 home and I have been victimized by municipal authorities. Currently it may sell for around half of what it's worth. The flooding issues for years which has caused considerable erosion by their negligence.The county to to failed t...
If your rights have been violated, you will probably have to sue the municipal authorities, your problem is that you will not find many attorneys willing to take the case on a fees recovered basis unless your case of inverse condemnation is clear.See question
I recently purchased my first home. Upon looking at my property lines in preparation for a fence, I noticed that the property behind me has fenced in 15 feet of my property. I have viewed the city documents for my property, along with their prop...
You will need a survey to demonstrate the encroachment, perhaps the one done when you purchased the home. If your neighbor will not agree, you will have to litigate to have it moved.See question
civil case on bad faith claim got dismissed with predjudice . can he just refile the case again or does he need to appeal?
Any case dismissed with prejudice would need to be appealed, if there are grounds for an appeal. He only has a limited time to file a notice of appeal.See question
When trying to get payment on a loan do you sue the individual or the company? The indiv idual promised repayment
You would sue the entity or persons that your loan was made with or guaranteed by, it will depend on the documentation.See question
I am looking for clarification on what to file next after my appeal has been dismissed. Please do not respond by asking me to speak to an attorney. If there is nothing to file. A straight answer would do fine. Thank you.
You need to read the dismissal order and any show cause order to determine why dismissed, most dismissals will not be curableSee question
Can I go to the Federal District Court, it is very important to surpass the Circuit Court because they are very corrupted, what other court I can use. Can I go to the County Court or directly to FL Supreme Court.
A Florida Constitutional case normally has to start at the Circuit Court, in some circumstance it might be raised as an additional claim in federal court, and you can almost never raise a constitutional claim directly at the FL SCT. Constitutional claims are complicated, so you really need to retain a good attorney.See question
I was suing a couple for damages on a car accident involving my property. I heard that the judge dismissed the case on grounds that I did not follow up on some sort of prosecutorial motion or something that I didn't provide evidence or something o...
If your case was dismissed with prejudice, you would have to appeal, if you have grounds for an appeal, typically by filing a notice of appeal within 30 days. If it was dismissed without prejudice, you might be able to refile.See question
I have an attorney here in Seminole County on a lawsuit and custody battle issue but I need a local Florida licensed lawyer as the pro hac vice attorney of record. Any idea on how I can find one besides calling the Florida Bar? Thank you
You are looking for an attorney to be local counsel, but since this attorney will be responsible and vouching for your out of state attorney's work, you need to have your out of state attorney work with you on finding local counsel. The issue will probably be that you just want a local attorney to sign, not to do any work on the case, but good attorneys won't agree to that relationship, since by signing they are responsible for the case. Have your out of state counsel talk to local attorneys that practice family law.See question
I Live in Florida. On March 2016, my company was sold to a new owner. During the staff / New Owner introduction meeting, The new owner said to feel free to reach out to him if we have any concerns or questions. I emailed the new owner requestin...
Unless you actually disclosed information that would entitle you to whistle-blower protection, not just asked for a meeting, no.See question
I had just put in two motions to dismiss a week before trial.
The case must not have met the jurisdictional requirements for circuit court.See question