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Category Archives: Contractor Liability


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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Picking a Contractor to Repair Hurricane Damage

By Linkhorst Law Firm, P.A. |

As Florida residents come to the end of another hurricane season, those who were affected have had to deal with repairing their houses, or, in some cases, rebuilding. One of the beginning steps in this process is also one of the most important – selecting a contractor. As many Floridians know, many contractors from… Read More »

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Influence of the Slavin Doctrine on Contractor and Designer Liability

By Linkhorst Law Firm, P.A. |

A contractor, or a designer, who agrees to design or construct an edifice for another also expressly or impliedly warrants to design or build the edifice with a degree of quality, effectively ensuring that the final product will be operable for the purpose which it was built, with no defects. If defects become apparent,… Read More »

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