While it is always determined by the facts of each case, the First District Court of Appeal has just offered some additional guidance on determining whether a claimant has committed an act which will allow the JCC to determine that no further benefits are due to the injured worker.
Miami is an international tourist destination with a rich history, culture and even richer real estate market. Every year, millions of tourists flock to Miami to take advantage of the beaches, climate and beautiful weather. However, in the Magic City there is more than meets the eye – if anyone of these tourists decide to become a 1st time home buyer in Miami, they might want to consider looking elsewhere first.
No person enjoys being involved in a lawsuit, unless you’re the attorney who stands to make millions of dollars in legal fees. Furthermore, there is no real winner in any given lawsuit, considering the time, money and emotional investment required to get a judge or jury to hand down a legally binding ruling.
If you’re looking to build a new home in Miami (or renovate an existing one), be aware that the Miami City Commission recently approved a law that requires all new homes to have solar panels.
Kate Wagner is the owner and creator of McMansion Hell, a parody website dedicated to shaming the visually poor architecture (and interior design) of McMansions. Her website takes photos of McMansions from Zillow.com and makes fun of them by putting snarky and sarcastic comments.
Last week a federal district court in West Virginia levied an $11 million dollar fine against Quicken, an online mortgage company. The feds claim that Quicken engaged in an alleged tampering scheme during the housing boom/bust years in West Virginia.
Imagine buying your dream home. A few months after escrow closes you’re finally all moved in and enjoying your new house. Everything seems to be going well until you get a letter in the mail from the local city government.