Mackey Law Blog

Florida Homeowner’s Construction Recovery Fund

Florida has one of the largest and robust construction industries in the entire nation. With such a large industry, there are thousands licensed contractors authorized to contract for and perform regulated construction work pursuant to Chapter 489, Florida Statutes. These contractors must pass extensive educational, training, and examination requirements in order to obtain licensure and

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Insurance Money and Car Accidents

Florida is one of ten states that has Personal Injury Protection (PIP). This is coverage that is used in automobile policies.  PIP, also known as “no-fault” car insurance, will pay up to $10,000.00 of your medical bills and lost wages if you are the hurt policy holder in a car accident, no matter who was

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Is Your Spouse Lying About Their Income?

      An all too common occurrence in a divorce: One spouse suddenly stop’s working overtime, their business isn’t doing as well, or they “lose” their job. Other times, the breadwinner attempts to retire early, or one spouse claims they are “disabled” and can’t work. These (usually) bogus tactics are geared toward one spouse

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Round Two: General Contractor Attains Legal Knock-Out of Wealthy Beachfront Owner

After three years of litigation, Mackey Law Group has attained a victory in the Florida Appeals Court for an Anna Maria general contractor! As referenced in our January 2019 blog, a wealthy beachfront owner refused to pay a general contractor for the last draw on a remodeling contract. The beachfront owner then lawyered-up and embarked

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MACKEY LAW GROUP Remains Open for Business

We remain open for business during normal operating hours at this time.   Only our attorneys and staff have been in our building and on the job for several weeks now – with our lobby doors locked and safe practices in place.  We continue to work diligently for our existing clients and are still accepting new

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Need Rent Relief Because of COVID-19?

Due to Governor DeSantis ordering that non-essential businesses in Florida be closed during the current COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, small business owners have been forced to shut their doors. The resulting loss of income has left many unable to pay their commercial rent.  Some ruthless landlords are moving forward with evicting these small businesses. However, being

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MLG Lawyers procure $100,000 for Motorcycle Injuries

MLG lawyers Jorge Martinez and Kyle Stalnaker recently procured $100,000 for clients who were cut-off the road by an automobile driver. In addition, MLG lawyers assisted our clients in obtaining additional money for the damaged motorcycle. In December 2019, MLG’s clients were coming back from an early dinner in Lakewood Ranch on their motorcycle. Our

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