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Monthly Archives: September 2023

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What to Expect with Construction Litigation in Florida

By Linkhorst Law Firm, P.A. |

If you are involved in a Florida construction law dispute and have not been able to resolve it through out-of-court methods, you could be looking at a lawsuit. The most common causes of disputes in construction include poorly drafted contracts, errors and omissions in the specification documents, and a party failing to comply with… Read More »

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What are the Penalties for Assault Charges in Florida?

By Linkhorst Law Firm, P.A. |

Assault is a serious crime in Florida, so it is not surprising to learn that law enforcement is aggressive in pursuing offenders. According to statistics reported by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE), police make around 98,900 arrests for simple and aggravated assault every year. If the prosecutor can prove that a defendant… Read More »

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Factors to Consider Before Filing a Bid Protest in Florida

By Linkhorst Law Firm, P.A. |

When you have submitted a responsible, responsive bid for a public construction project in Florida, it is frustrating to learn that the agency will award the contract to another bidder. However, beyond your frustration, it may be against the law for a government body to go with another bid. There are specific requirements for… Read More »

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Cost-Plus Contracts in Florida Construction Projects

By Linkhorst Law Firm, P.A. |

Florida construction contractors know that business has been booming in recent years, and the trends look to continue according to industry experts. Statistics indicate that up to 60 percent of construction company executives forecast expansion throughout 2023. By 2024, new construction is predicted to reach $1.23 trillion. To ensure you get your piece of… Read More »

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