Tag Archives: Florida Statute

Law Offices of Robin Bresky Helps Father Obtain Co-Guardianship of Developmentally Disabled Adult Daughter

By Robin Bresky |

Law Offices of Robin Bresky Helps Father Obtain Co-Guardianship of Developmentally Disabled Adult Daughter The Law Offices of Robin Bresky recently assisted a father and his trial counsel in obtaining co-guardianship of the father’s developmentally disabled adult daughter over the objections of his ex-wife. Our client’s ex-wife, who is the girl’s mother, filed a… Read More »

Fourth DCA Holds that Florida Statute Commencing Limitations Period for Property Insurance Suit at Date of Loss Does Not Apply Retroactively

By Robin Bresky |

Fourth DCA Holds that Florida Statute Commencing Limitations Period for Property Insurance Suit at Date of Loss Does Not Apply Retroactively Donovan v. Florida Peninsular Ins. Co., 39 Fla. L. Weekly D 1421 (Fla. 4th DCA 2014) The Fourth District Court of Appeal (“DCA”) recently held in favor of a homeowner in a case… Read More »

Law Offices of Robin Bresky Obtains Reversal of Order That Landlord Return “Advance Rent” Following Proper Termination of Tenant’s Lease

By Robin Bresky |

Law Offices of Robin Bresky Obtains Reversal of Order That Landlord Return “Advance Rent” Following Proper Termination of Tenant’s Lease Atlantis Estate Acquisitions, Inc. v. DePierro, 4D11-295 The Law Offices of Robin Bresky recently obtained reversal of a final judgment following trial, which ordered a landlord of residential property to return a large sum… Read More »

A Party’s Attorney is Legally Insufficient to Execute Sworn Affidavit Under Fla. Stat. §222.12 ; Affidavit Must be Executed by Party Who Sued

By Robin Bresky |

Caproc Third Ave., L.L.C. v. Donisi Ins. Inc., and Donosi, 4D09-4792 June 1, 2011 The Fourth District wrote to address the issue of who may properly deny facts set forth in a judgment debtor’s affidavit for exemption under section 222.12, Florida Statutes.  Caproc Third Avenue, LLC (“Caproc”) obtained a final judgment against Charles Donisi…. Read More »

Resolved in Favor of the Innocent Co-insured

By Robin Bresky |

The issue as to whether or not an insurance company can deny coverage to an innocent co-insured based on the failure of a spouse to attend an examination under oath (EUO) was resolved in favor of our client, the innocent co-insured. Our client’s home was burglarized by an unknown assailant. The client preformed all… Read More »

Want a Second Opinion?

By Robin Bresky |

Many of us are taught at a young age to trust the men and women of the cloth; cloth in this case consisting of a white poly-cotton blend lab coat.  In most cases, we trust our physicians with our lives and the lives of our loved ones.  As patients, we listen and do as… Read More »