Gregg Hollander | April 7, 2021 | Florida Law
Child Booster Seat/Restraint Laws in Florida
Child booster seat/restraint laws, though decided at the state level, are fairly uniform throughout the country. With few exceptions, most states have passed and implemented laws requiring children five years of age and under to use a booster seat when traveling in a vehicle. The… read more
Gregg Hollander | March 31, 2021 | Florida Law
Windshield Repairs Free Under New Florida Law
Florida has a law that prohibits insurance companies from charging a deductible for windshield glass repair. Whether the windshield was damaged in a hurricane, vandalism, or while driving, some Floridians can receive free windshield repair. But this only applies to policies with comprehensive and combined… read more
Gregg Hollander | January 22, 2021 | Florida Law
Are Hidden Granny and Nanny Cams Actually Legal?
Originally used to check up on child care providers without their knowledge, the “hidden nanny cam” has become a popular tool to protect against legal liability. In addition to keeping tabs on a nanny, they can be used to capture many types of incidents in… read more
Gregg Hollander | October 12, 2020 | Florida Law
Is It Legal to Own a Pet Sloth In Florida?
While many sloth fans think these slow-moving mammals are cute and harmless, that might not always be the case. Sloths are wild animals and might not make the best pets. They can bite, scratch, and injure children and adults alike, especially if they feel threatened. … read more
Gregg Hollander | October 9, 2020 | Florida Law
Is It Legal to Drive Barefoot in Florida?
It is tempting to jump in the car at the beach to drive home without stopping to put on your shoes. It may be tempting to go without shoes while driving to run errands or take your children to school. However, is it legal to… read more