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What To Do When Negligence Causes A Burn Injury
When a fire breaks out and someone is burned, there are significant physical, mental, and financial consequences for the victim long after the incident occurred. These repercussions are exacerbated when the incident was due to the negligence of another party. Whether the fire was a result of unsafe work conditions or a landlord failing to meet safe living conditions, The Saade Law Firm, P.A. understands the trauma that burn victims face and will strive to ensure that all burn victims get their justice and alleviation from emotional and physical strain.
What Is A Sponsorship Agreement?
As digital content creation has grown across online platforms, sponsorship agreements have become more prevalent. As a content creator, actor, musician, or company, sponsorship opportunities may begin to present themselves, and it is crucial to understand sponsorship terms and conditions and learn how to best protect your likeness, intellectual property, and other work and products.
What is Homestead Protection in Florida?
Pursuant to Florida homestead law, any person with a permanent residence in the state of Florida is protected from forced levy and sale of their home by a judgment creditor. Generally, this means that a creditor does not have the right to force the sale of any person’s home if they owe money on a judgment.
What is a Licensing Agreement?
In any instance in which a person or entity would like to utilize the property of another, a licensing agreement is necessary. A license agreement involves a written contract stating that one party has legal permission to use the property of the other under a certain set of terms and conditions.
What Happens If There Is a Breach of Contract
A contract should be in place anytime two parties enter into an agreement with one another. Whether the contract concerns payment for services, renting a unit, or other various responsibilities, a breach of a contract is, unfortunately, a relatively common occurrence, and one that requires competent legal counsel to remedy.