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See Ryan Hobbs in the Tallahassee Democrat!
Did you know our own attorney Ryan Hobbs was featured in the Tallahassee Democrat again last week? The article, Former Taylor County Plant Worker Warned of Explosion Risk, written by Karl Etters of the Tallahassee Democrat. The article shares: “A former employee of a Taylor County less-than-lethal weapons manufacturing plant warned higher-ups that an explosion, […]
3 Very Real Dangers of Human Trafficking
Human trafficking is one of the scariest, most despicable crimes in modern existence. The United Nations considers human trafficking a global human rights epidemic. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security defines it as modern-day slavery involving the use of force, fraud or coercion to obtain some type of labor or commercial sex act. It also […]
9 Tips to Help Reduce Your Risk of Breast Cancer
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and all over the country people are raising awareness about breast cancer and how it’s affected millions of women and men. Early detection, education, and utilizing available support services are the best defenses against the disease according to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. You can learn more about this […]
What is Contributory Negligence and Does It Apply in Florida?
Determining who’s at fault in an accident is critically important. This is especially true when someone is injured. The answer, however, is not always black and white. Often, there are a confluence of circumstances that contribute to an accident event, sometimes with different parties sharing portions of the blame. For example, if someone crosses the […]
Hurricane Preparedness is Key
We know firsthand how damaging a hurricane can be to you and your family. No matter how prepared we are, sometimes the unexpected can happen. From loss of power and downed trees to lack of communication with loved ones and mandatory evacuations, there is so much to manage during a hurricane warning. As we wait […]
4 Ways to Protect Your Special Needs Child This Month
The month of October is National Special Needs Law Month. During this month, attorneys come together to brainstorm on solutions, ideas, resources, and advocacy work to find ways to continue to help those who are impacted by disability. As a legal community, lawyers work together with advocates, family members, caregivers, and health care providers, to […]
What are Your Rights to Religion at Work
In 21st-century America, it’s widely known that racial discrimination and other forms of harassment and profiling based on immutable characteristics is strictly prohibited in the workplace. Many people, however, might not be as familiar with religious discrimination, and their lawful right to religion at work. According to the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, employers are […]