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Miami Commercial Litigation Attorney on Specific Performance and Compensatory Damages When a real estate contract is broken, there are different remedies that the wronged party may seek to rectify the situation. These remedies are known as specific performance and compensatory damages. In this video, Miami commercial litigation attorney Patrick Montoya explains specific performance and compensatory damages as well as how to seek out your preferred broken contract remedy in the court of law. Video Transcription: Commercial litigation cases are very complicated. Sometimes, people are looking for different remedies. One of those remedies is specific performance. Specific performance requires a party to take a specific action. For example, if a party was required to build a building to a height of 40 feet and the building came out at 35 feet, the remedy you may want is for your building to be 40 feet. That would be specific performance. On the...
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Thu, May 05, 2016
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Miami Injury Attorney Explains International Jurisdiction Generally speaking, it is best to engage in personal injury litigation against companies in the United States, because we have very favorable laws that allow you to seek the maximum possible damages for the company's negligence. Just because a company is foreign, though, does not mean you do not have the potential to bring your lawsuit against them in the United States. In this video, Miami personal injury attorney Patrick Montoya explains international jurisdiction. If you have suffered injuries, you deserve the maximum possible damages from the party responsible. Video Transcription: The rules of international jurisdiction are very complicated. One of the things that we look at when we investigate any case is where can we bring the case, what court has jurisdiction over the case. Even if you're injured in a foreign country, we may still be able to bring your claim in...
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Thu, May 05, 2016
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Traumatic Brain Injury Attorney Explains Economic Damages For stay-at-home moms who do not have their own income, it can be difficult for the courts to quantify the economic losses of traumatic brain injury. However, there is a way; in this video, Miami traumatic brain injury attorney Julie Kane explains how you can quantify both economic and non-economic losses for injured stay-at-home moms. The stay-at-home mom is an integral part of her family, and without her to provide support, the family structure suffers. Seeking monetary damages through litigation against the party responsible for the brain injury is the best way to recover from the loss. Video Transcription: Putting a dollar value on the brain injury of someone who maybe doesn't hold a job outside the home is one of the hardest things a lawyer can do. There are study after study after study that show that juries perceive women as the...
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Thu, May 05, 2016
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Miami Commercial Litigation Attorney on Specific Performance and Compensatory Damages When a real estate contract is broken, there are different remedies that the wronged party may seek to rectify the situation. These remedies are known as specific performance and compensatory damages. In this video, Miami commercial litigation attorney Patrick Montoya explains specific performance and compensatory damages as well as how to seek out your preferred broken contract remedy in the court of law. Video Transcription: Commercial litigation cases are very complicated. Sometimes, people are looking for different remedies. One of those remedies is specific performance. Specific performance requires a party ...Read More

Thu, May 05, 2016
Source: Colson Hicks Eidson