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Robbery vs. Burglary in Florida

By Linkhorst Law Firm, P.A. |

When you think of crimes that involve taking property without the owner’s consent, theft is probably the first thing that comes to mind. There are other types of crimes involving theft as well, such as robbery and burglary. Many people use these terms interchangeably, but they are not the same. There are different elements… Read More »

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Handling Difficult Clients in the Construction Industry

By Linkhorst Law Firm, P.A. |

Construction projects require adequate materials, excellent design and building skills, and strong knowledge of tools. They also require good communication skills. Clients can be difficult to deal with. Even if you have a solid contract in place, you could still get into disputes with clients who think they know what they’re doing. Some clients… Read More »

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Biggest Issues for Florida Contractors

By Linkhorst Law Firm, P.A. |

Being a general contractor is not an easy task. Managing a construction project can be a real headache. There are so many elements to coordinate. You have to rely on various subcontractors to help you get your project in order. You have to deal with clients who may be difficult to work with. You… Read More »

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Challenges of AI in Architectural Design

By Linkhorst Law Firm, P.A. |

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been a game-changer in many industries in the past few years. Many companies have been relying on ChatGPT and other tools to write articles, automate tasks, and simplify everyday mundane activities. The capabilities of these tools include increased efficiency, innovative design solutions, and the potential to predict future trends in… Read More »

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Defenses to Theft in Florida

By Linkhorst Law Firm, P.A. |

Under Florida Statutes Section 812.014, theft can be charged as a misdemeanor or a felony. It all depends on the value of the stolen property. In fact, a person who steals $100,000 or more can face first-degree felony charges. These crimes are generally punishable by up to 30 years in prison and a fine… Read More »

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What is a Stop-Work Order?

By Linkhorst Law Firm, P.A. |

In the construction field, there are always opportunities for issues to arise. This is especially true with larger projects that have a lot of money involved. One issue that a contractor may have to deal with is a stop-work order. As the name implies, a stop-work order requires the receiver to immediately stop working… Read More »

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Shoplifting Crimes in Florida

By Linkhorst Law Firm, P.A. |

Many people have engaged in some form of theft. Probably the most common form of theft is shoplifting. Shoplifting is also known as retail theft. People shoplift for various reasons. Many are poor and cannot afford to buy necessities, so they steal them. Some do it as a dare or to see if they… Read More »

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How Would I Lose My Florida Contractor’s License?

By Linkhorst Law Firm, P.A. |

Not everyone can get a contractor’s license. You need to display a lot of knowledge about the industry. But even once you get your license, you need to work hard to keep it. As long as you follow the laws and stay out of trouble, you should be fine. However, many contractors get into… Read More »

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Signs of Foundation Issues

By Linkhorst Law Firm, P.A. |

When it comes to a home, you need a strong foundation. Your home needs to be built on firm ground with no signs of cracks or sinking. These problems can signal defects in the structure of the home. Foundation issues are not something you want to mess with. They can cause a variety of… Read More »

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Man Arrested for DUI Manslaughter After Killing Woman

By Linkhorst Law Firm, P.A. |

When a person is killed in a car crash and alcohol is involved, a person can be charged with DUI manslaughter. This is what recently happened in Florida. A man was arrested on DUI manslaughter charges after a crash killed a woman. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of December 31 in Orange… Read More »

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