In Florida Statute § 627.70152: Part 1 – A Rushed Mess, we explored the significant error in Florida Statute § 627.70152 dictating the requirements for a “Presuit settlement demand.” Then in Florida Statute § 627.70152: Part 2 – What’s In Your Notice?, we took a dive into the murky waters of the Notice of Intent to Initiate Litigation required by Florida Statute § 627.70152. Now we will talk about the near-impossible task of calculating attorney’s fees and costs pursuant to Florida Statute § 627.70152. Continue Reading Florida Statute § 627.70152: Part 3 – A Rough Calculation

This blog follows Florida Statute § 627.70152: Part 1 – A Rushed Mess, to further explore the anticipated disaster as this law continues through its infancy. Here we explore the Notice portion of the law as outlined in Florida Statute § 627.70152(3)(a) and its potential impact on the claim or case. Continue Reading Florida Statute § 627.70152: Part 2 – What’s In Your Notice?