Florida Legal Climate Headed in Wrong Direction

September 4, 2018

Jim Graber, Small Business Owner in Altamonte Springs and Tom Scott, Spokesperson for Sick of Lawsuits

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A group of small business owners are speaking out about lawsuit abuse issues in Florida. They are participating in a campaign focused on making business owners’ concerns heard in the legal system.

Jim Graber, small business owner in Altamonte Springs, explains.

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AS ONE WHO HAS BEEN INVOLVED IN INSURING ASPECTS OF THE AEROSPACE INDUSTRY FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS, I CAN ATTEST TO THE SAD, EGREGIOUS, AND ALL-TO-OFTEN SUCCESSFUL EFFORTS BY THE PLAINTIFFS’ BAR TO EXTORT MONEY FROM INNOCENT BUSINESSES. WE CAN DO BETTER THAN THIS.

Additionally, a new report shows Florida’s legal climate is at risk of getting worse. Tom Scott, spokesperson from grassroots organization Sick of Lawsuits, which issued the report, explains.  

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STATES, ESPECIALLY NEIGHBORING ONES, ARE COMPETING EVERY DAY FOR JOBS, BUSINESSES AND TALENTED PEOPLE. WHETHER A STATE LEGAL CLIMATE MAKES YOU MORE OR LESS OF A LAWSUIT TARGET MATTERS – AND SADLY, FLORIDA IS MOVING BACKWARDS IN TERMS OF LAWSUIT REFORM.

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For more information, visit www.facebook.com/sickoflawsuits.

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