Category Archives: Litigation
ANDREW M. SCHWARTZ LEGAL TEAM SECURES FINAL JUDGMENT REQUIRING CONDOMINIUM ASSOCITION TO MAKE RECORDS AVAILABLE TO OWNER
On December 2, 2002, Palm Beach Circuit Judge Kastrenakes entered a 24 page final judgment requiring a Boca Raton condominium association to make certain requested records available to a unit owner. The court found that the Association did not have a legal right to withhold requested documents from the designated attorney/agent for the unit… Read More »
First Party Property Insurance Claims: Not Knowing What Your Insurance Policy Actually Says Can Hurt You.
Insurance policies are, first and foremost, contracts. Florida law can be very nuanced as it relates to interpretation and enforcement of contractual provisions, and in particular, insurance policies. What may seem to be clear and unambiguous language in a provision outlining what are and are not “covered losses” under an insurance contract can become… Read More »
No matter how knowledgeable or skillful your lawyer may be, he or she (like the rest of us) works with what you, as the client, provide. That means that your lawyer will take the good facts you provide, along with the bad, and then give the best advice possible under the circumstances. Along with… Read More »