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Child Safety: Risks & Tips With Holiday Toys

If you want to remain popular with the children on your holiday gift, you’ll shop for toys. The challenge is finding toys kids want while avoiding anything that could hurt them. It’s not as easy…

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Corporate Giving: How KFB Law Gives Back This Holiday Season

Giving Tuesday is an annual global movement that encourages people to come together and give back to their communities. It is a day to celebrate generosity and support the causes that matter most to us.…

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Noah's Make A Wish wish reveal

Finding Freedom: Granting Local Child’s Wish for Independence

Thirteen thousand wishes and one thousand one hundred miles combined to create one changed life. Community and service are at the foundation of everything we do at Kinney, Fernandez & Boire. Since 2009, one of…

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Working remotely with a personal injury lawyer

Working Remotely with a Personal Injury Lawyer

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and stay-at-home orders, many businesses have begun working remotely, including law firms. Many individuals seeking compensation for personal injury or other cases still need to connect with attorneys.…

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Hurricane hits Florida beach

Hurricane Preparation for Your Home

Hurricane season in Florida finds residents and visitors hoping for the best while preparing for the worst. Last year produced 18 named storms, including a category five monster among the six hurricanes that threatened the…

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Condominium building with multiple units showcasing numerous residents and the liability they can be held for.

Premise Liability in Condominiums and Home Associations

As a general rule, Florida law holds owners, tenants or those in control of residential and commercial premises responsible when their negligence causes injury to someone lawfully on their property. Several legal issues, such as…

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A man with his hand extended to shake someone else's hand. You can shake someones hand after hiring them for a job, but can you be held negligent?

What is negligent hiring?

Hiring a new employee can be a daunting task at times. It is an employers responsibility to be aware of the background and qualifications of a potential employee. Knowing a new hire's past could help…

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A new bill could target human trafficking in the hotel industry

Florida Bill Could Empower Human Trafficking Victims Against Hotels

Slavery exists and Florida is attempting to do something to end it. A bill pending in the state legislature would grant victims of human trafficking the right to file a civil lawsuit for damages against anyone benefiting…

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Year in Review: Unusual Legal Cases in 2015

As the year draws to a close, it’s not uncommon to reflect on everything that’s happened during the prior twelve months. As a personal injury attorney that means revisiting some of the unusual cases that…

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