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December 31, 2021 in

When is a Landlord Liable for Slip and Fall Injuries?

Slip and fall injuries can lead to significant setbacks for individuals. This can include pain and suffering caused by the injuries themselves as well as massive medical bills. Here, we want to discuss when a landlord could be held liable for a slip and fall injury that occurs on their property. It is important...
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December 7, 2021 in

Am I eligible for disability if I have type 2 diabetes?

Type 2 diabetes is a common medical condition, affecting close to 10 percent of the U.S. population. Type 2 diabetes is a malfunction in the manner in which the body uses and regulates glucose as fuel. The pancreas creates a hormone called insulin, which assists the cells with converting glucose into energy. People with...
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May 25, 2021 in

Can I get Workers Compensation benefits if I get covid-19 from my workplace?

In order to pursue an occupational disease claim under Florida's Workers Compensation law for covid-19, we first must look to the definition of an occupational disease for what elements need to be proven.  In order to meet the definition of an occupational disease, the disease must be due to causes and conditions which are...
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April 27, 2021 in

Brian LaBovick Interviewed about New Book: “Not a Good Neighbor”

In a new interview on Medium.com, Brian LaBovick answers questions about why he wrote his new best-selling book Not a Good Neighbor , which helps people with handling the many issues and challenges following an automobile accident, and how to figure out when they do and do not need a lawyer. Read the original interview here.
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February 15, 2021 in

Will I be able to get social security disability benefits even if I have a drug or alcohol abuse problem?

If you are worried that your use of drugs or alcohol will affect your ability to win your Social Security disability case, you will want to read this. First, let's start by defining our terms. The Social Security Administration, (“SSA”), refers to this as drug and alcohol abuse. (“DDA”).  DDA refers to substance use...
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February 15, 2021 in

Labovick Law Group: MVA Recovery Program

Partner with Labovick Law Group Today and Join The Warriors For Justice Referral Network! Attention all Personal Injury Attorneys, Workers Compensation attorneys, Social Security Disability Attorneys and Healthcare Attorneys, doctors throughout the State of Florida, cash in on your relationship with medical providers throughout the State of Florida. Your Office Stands to Receive Significant...
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February 2, 2021 in

Will my complaints of pain be considered in my claim for social security disability benefits?

The most common complaint I hear from clients is how painful their conditions are and how their pain prevents them from doing their usual activities and disrupts their lives. If they get denied benefits, they wonder if the Judge actually listened to them or did not believe their complaints. How could benefits have been...
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August 12, 2020 in

Florida Prohibits Cyberbullying and Harassment

Cyberbullying is a form of bullying that takes place using the Internet, or other electronic devices, such as a cell phone. Victims are harassed, teased, embarrassed and sometimes even threatened with images and words that are either sent to the victim themselves or shared publicly through social media. Cyberbullying and bullying are essentially the...
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June 25, 2020 in

SSD 101: What Conditions Automatically Qualify You for Disability?

SSD 101: What Conditions Automatically Qualify You for Disability? The Social Security disability program has helped millions of Americans receive benefits and other important resources for over 60 years. The Social Security Administration (SSA) continues to help people with medical conditions receive insurance or supplemental income, but with mixed results. How does the SSA...
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April 27, 2020 in

Florida Workers’ Compensation Treatment In The Age of COVID-19

FLORIDA WORKERS’ COMPENSATION TREATMENT IN THE AGE OF COVID-19 The past few months have been quite the experience. A worldwide pandemic has for the most part prevented us from doing the normal activities we cherish. Non-essential businesses have shut down in Florida. Our brave first-responders, grocery store employees, medical professionals, restaurant employees, etc. have...
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