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Forced to Quit: Do You Qualify for a Constructive Discharge?

November 25, 2019
Forced to Quit: Do you qualify for a Constructive Discharge? Do you feel that you were forced to quit your job due to intolerable work conditions or treatment? Did you know that in some circumstances, a resignation could be treated the same as a termination? Your resignation under these types of situations is known as constructive discharge or constructive termination. Th...

Unemployment Benefits in Florida: A Step-by-Step Guide

November 17, 2019
Unemployment Benefits in Florida: A Step-by-Step Guide You are eligible for unemployment compensation if you have been laid off from your job through no fault of your own.  It is understandable that you probably have a lot of questions on how unemployment compensation works. Florida has specific rules about eligibility, benefit amounts, and earnings requirements. You may...

Winning a Personal Injury Case

November 13, 2019
Today, Tampa Personal Injury attorneys, Hunter Higdon and Chris Gray, won a very tough trial for our client, who was injured when he stepped off a flat hospital roof while performing A/C repair work. The hospital said it was all our client’s fault throughout the entire case and refused to take responsibility for f...

Hostile Work Environment Claim: What Steps to Take

October 31, 2019
Before you make a  hostile work environment claim, specific legal criteria must be met for a workplace to be considered hostile. To make a successful hostile work environment claim, you must show that you constantly felt uncomfortable at your place of work. A lousy boss, a rude co-worker, or an unpleasant workplace does not constitute a hostile work environment, nor do...

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