Helpful Legal Articles from Car Accident, Workers' Comp, and Disability Attorney Wade Coye
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Depositions A deposition is a recorded statement about the circumstances of a case that is used in court.
Couple Starts Carnival Business Richard and Judy Carl started Crown Amusements in the 60's which was one of the largest carnivals at the time.
Orlando Contingency Fee Attorney Some lawyers may agree to work on cases if they are able to collect a part of a successful claim for benefits, which is referred to as a contingency fee.
Choosing Lawyers A guide to finding a lawyer, evaluating their experience, and deciding whether to hire them as your representative.
Business Insurance Small business owners in Florida are required to have certain forms of coverage before they can begin operations in the state.
Binding Arbitration What is binding arbitration? It is a form of alternative dispute resolution and takes place outside of the court and is a binding agreement.
Attorney Client Privilege One of the oldest recognized devices for confidential information, the attorney-client privilege can be dated back to Roman law.