If you suffered a serious injury, or the death of a loved one, from the use or administration of a covered “countermeasure”, you may be eligible for compensation from this program. Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program (CICP) According to the U.S. government, a countermeasure is defined as: “a vaccine, medication, device, or other item used to…

Mary Sherris – Orlando’s Attorney of the Year 2022 and 2023

As seen in Orlando Style Magazine September 2023 Issue. “Empowering others to take charge of their own lives again,” has always been part of Mary Sherris’ life mission. As a first generation Greek-American, Mary knows firsthand the sacrifices that her parents made so that she could enjoy the rights of being an American. She seeks…

Understanding Florida’s No Surprises Act: Protecting Consumers from Surprise Medical Bills

Introduction In the past, receiving medical care was often accompanied by the anxiety of potential financial surprises due to hidden fees and out-of-network charges. To address this concern, the U.S. Congress passed the No Surprises Act, a groundbreaking healthcare legislation aimed at protecting patients from unexpected medical bills. In this article, we will focus on…

What can a subcontractor do when the contractor refuses to pay?

Construction in Florida and the United States in general, is at an all-time high.  As a result, non-payment by Contractors is a common problem for subcontractors who are depending on prompt payment for work completed.  Non-payment or even late payment has made it increasingly more difficult for small companies to stay in business. What can…

Examining Qualified Immunity in Florida

Balancing Accountability and Public Trust Qualified immunity has been a longstanding and contentious legal doctrine in the United States. It shields government officials, including law enforcement officers, from civil liability for their actions while performing official duties. It has been the subject of intense debate and scrutiny. In recent years, there are growing concerns about…

New Florida anti-illegal immigration bill on E-Verify

Under current law in Florida, E-Verify is only mandated for public employers and their contractors. The new law signed on May 10, 2023, changes the requirement to mandate employers with more than 25 employees to use E-Verify. Employers with less than 25 employees would need to use the current I-9 process. E-Verify is an Internet-based system…

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