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Although many people use the terms “jail” and “prison” interchangeably, there is a difference in the two types of incarceration. Watch Florida attorney Eric Romano of the Romano Law Group explain. http://bit.ly/1XEPSI0
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Your misuse of a product that injured you will not help your case, but it may not hurt it either. Watch Florida attorney Dustin Herman of the Romano Law Group explain the law surrounding product liability cases. http://bit.ly/1XEQGMX
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Arbitration: Ruled by Religious Scripture http://bit.ly/1XEpBcU
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Do I Have to Buy Auto Insurance in Florida? http://bit.ly/1HE4CVM
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Your misuse of a product that injured you will not help your case, but it may not hurt it either. Watch Florida attorney Dustin Herman of the Romano Law Group explain the law surrounding product liability cases. http://bit.ly/1XEQGMX
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Arbitration: Ruled by Religious Scripture http://bit.ly/1XEpBcU
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Although many people use the terms “jail” and “prison” interchangeably, there is a difference in the two types of incarceration. Watch Florida attorney Eric Romano of the Romano Law Group explain. http://bit.ly/1XEPSI0
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John Romano Receives Jon E. Krupnick Award http://bit.ly/1XEq8eG
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Arbitration clauses are buried in many contracts that consumers sign every day, such as cell phone contracts, car purchasing contracts, and even employment contracts. Consumers sign them without a second thought because they are told it is a standard contract. Everyone signs them, but what few consumers realize is that most of these contracts contain arbitration clauses.
Signing Away Your Right to Trial http://bit.ly/1ROLmFa
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The Hidden Truth: Arbitration Clauses Blocking Class Actions
In that boilerplate contract you sign for your credit card, your cell phone, and just about every other consumer or employment contract, there is an arbitration clause that not only takes away your individual day in court, it prevents class actions against large corporations. http://bit.ly/1RONug8
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