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Terms of Use

The intended readers of this site are likely Florida lawyers, if not specifically Palm Beach lawyers, and others interested in civil litigation developments in this state.  An emphasis on contracts, construction, health care, negligence, nursing home/ALF, probate, and wrongful death law should become apparent.

This site is pure opinion, not always serious, and none of this is intended as legal advice nor any position taken in any case.  It’s not an advertisement.  You know not to believe everything you read on the internet.  In fact, whatever is written here may simply be a passing notion or designed to provoke the exchange of ideas.  The information on the blog may be changed without notice and is not guaranteed to be complete, correct or up to date.

Also, there’s no sharing of blame: nothing here should be construed as the opinions of any law firm, client, business entity or anyone else other than the author.  And those opinions may change… Everything on this site is subject to change as the law and/or personal perspectives change. Nothing on this site should be construed as reflecting the opinions of any law firm, business entity, client or other individuals.   As stated in more detail below, this is not intended to be legal advice nor create an attorney-client relationship.

We provide this blog for general informational purposes only. We do not create an attorney-client relationship with you when you use the blog.  By using the blog, you agree that the information on this blog does not constitute legal or other professional advice, and no privileged, confidential attorney-client or other relationship is thereby created between you and us.  Did we mention it is also not intended to be an advertisement?  It isn’t.  We just spend so much time talking about this stuff, we figured we might put it all on one website.  That’s all.  This blog is not a substitute for obtaining legal advice from a qualified attorney licensed in your state.

Links to external sources are provided solely as a courtesy to our blog visitors. We are not responsible for and do not endorse or warrant in any way any materials, information, goods or services available through such linked sites or any privacy or other practices of such sites.

Final note: Posts, comments, and submissions to FloridaLawCommentary.com are not intended to be legal advice, solicitation, advertisements nor the opinions of any law firm, lawyer, business entity, client or other individual nor do they represent legal positions taken in any case. This is not legal advice. No attorney-client relationship exists between you and the contributors to this website unless we have confirmed the attorney-client relationship in writing. We hope you value it as thoughtful commentary presented in an format which is intended to be as lively as possible (fitting in with the blogsphere philosophy). Consult a licensed attorney in your jurisdiction if you need legal advice.