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What is a Will?

A will is a written legal document which sets forth the Testator’s intentions at the time of his or her death, including the disposition of property at death. The laws of each state set formal requirements for a legal will. In...

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What is Florida Uninsured or Under-insured Motorist Coverage?

Florida residents may purchase different types of insurance in order to adequately protect themselves and their families. Uninsured / Underinsured Motorist (UM) can be purchased and it is an important additional insurance to supplement PIP and...

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Sounds Like a Case for HLH

Have you been in an auto accident, motorcycle accident, or injured on the job? Sounds like a case for HLH.

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Injured at Work? 5 Reasons You Need a Lawyer on Your Side.

From the moment you are injured, the employer has legal representation through their workers’ compensation insurance company…an attorney working on their side advising the employer about the employer’s best interest in your case....

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Breast Cancer Awareness Initiative

HLH Law Group is the proud sponsor of Lifetime and the Breast Cancer Research Foundation’s Breast Cancer Awareness initiative.

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Why HLH Law Group?

Local Law Firm or Big Business?   Melissa Hemmert and Catherine Little-Hunt are the founders of HLH Law Group in Naples, Florida where they are personally involved in every client’s case and directly available to their clients seven...

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Slip and Fall Accident Claims

Slip and fall accident claims have different requirements depending on the circumstances and where the accident or injury occurred. There are many variables that must be evaluated when you or a family member have been injured in a slip and fall....

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Loss Wages Under Florida Workers’ Compensation Laws

Under Florida law, you are not paid for the first seven days of disability. However, if you lose time because your disability extends to over 21 days, you may be paid for the first seven days by the insurance company. Our attorneys will request...

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Tips When Drafting Your Last Will and Testament

If you recently moved to Florida from another state, it is wise to have your will reviewed by a Florida lawyer to be sure that it is properly executed according to the laws of Florida, and that your personal representative is qualified to serve...

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The Revocable Trust in Florida

The revocable, or “living,” trust may be an appropriate document for your individual circumstances. In some instances, it is recommended in an effort avoid the necessity of probating a will and to save on certain taxes at the time of...

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