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Wrongful Termination

January 31, 2020
Wrongful Termination Checklist: Were you Fired Illegally? Under Florida law, in the private sector, an employee's status is deemed to be "at will." This means an employee serves "at the will" of their employer, and the employer may determine terms and conditions employment. Further, they can change those terms and conditions at any time, with or without notice, and for an...

At Will Employment Laws by State

January 13, 2020
In the United States, at-will employment is a commonly accepted labor practice – every state and the District of Columbia enforce at-will employment policies in some form. However, some states have exceptions to these laws, in order to give employees more rights against potentially advantageous employers. Which states have exceptions to at-will employment? With assist...

Florida Free Windshield Replacement Law

December 30, 2019
Florida Free Windshield Replacement Law: Do You Qualify? Have you been in a car accident? Cracks can quickly grow, especially with vast temperature changes and on bumpy roads. And, it may even be illegal if it obstructs your visibility. It's better to quickly before something annoying becomes something expensive and life-threatening. A car accident or flying road debri...

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...

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