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Two GCF Attorneys Recognized for the 40th Anniversary of Vero Beach Football State Title

Gould Cooksey Fennell partners David Carter and Todd Fennell are deeply rooted in the history of Vero Beach. Though they have practiced law together for the …

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New Community Property Trust Act in Florida

View Video Here Effective July 1, 2021, community property trusts may now be established in the state of Florida.  Florida is now the fifth state to …

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How to protect your assets after a Florida car accident.

How to Protect Your Assets After a Florida Car Accident

Being involved in a car accident is a nerve-racking and stressful experience, especially if you were injured. Disputes between the parties involved in the car …

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Proving wrongful death in auto accident cases.

Proving Wrongful Death in Auto Accident Cases

The death of a loved one is always a heartbreaking tragedy that feels overwhelming, difficult, and painful. If your loved one has died due to …

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How to determine the case value of traumatic brain injuries.

How to Determine the Case Value of Traumatic Brain Injuries

Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are among the most devastating and impactful types of injuries a person can experience. A traumatic brain injury can change your …

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How are wrongful death settlements paid out in Florida?

How are Wrongful Death Settlements Paid Out in Florida?

Knowing that another person’s negligence caused your loved one’s death is devastating and traumatic. Under Florida law, certain surviving family members have a right to …

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Who can sue for wrongful death in Florida?

Who Can Sue for Wrongful Death in Florida?

Trying to cope with your loved one’s death is difficult for us all. When you know that another person’s negligence or recklessness caused your loved …

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what is the statute of limitations for wrongful death in florida

What is the Statute of Limitations for Wrongful Death in Florida?

Under Florida law, surviving family members have a right to seek compensation from the person or company whose negligence caused their loved one’s death. Florida’s …

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Tax Focused Reasons to Consider Gifting (from the Federal Tax Perspective)

Tax Focused Reasons To Consider Gifting – Video Lifetime gifting can be a valuable part of any efficient estate plan, especially for taxable estates. Though …

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Four GCF Attorneys in Best Lawyers® in America

Congratulations to members of the GCF team for their Best Lawyers® Recognition!   David Carter: First Recognized in 2012 Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs   …

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Stacking vs. Non-Stacking of Insurance in Florida

Being involved in a car accident is challenging enough, but it is particularly frustrating when the at-fault driver does not have car insurance. Unfortunately, Florida …

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Is Florida a No-Fault State for Auto Insurance?

Florida is one of several no-fault insurance States regarding auto liability insurance. Fault-based vs. no-fault insurance coverage can be a confusing topic. Sometimes people assume …

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