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RESTORE Fairness
and Personal
Responsibility to
Florida's Civil
Justice System

Florida’s businesses pay the price for Florida’s abusive litigation environment, but there’s a way to make a difference that delivers real results to the bottom line.

The Florida Justice Reform Institute (FJRI) is single-mindedly dedicated to making it harder for trial lawyers to target businesses for lawsuits and the big money it brings them. To do that, we put our resources to work on the front lines, at the point of contact, where it can do the most good, with:

• strong lobbying and visible public relations campaigns;
  • credible testimony from legal experts who can counter trial bar sensationalism;
  • well-written research that lawmakers find clear, compelling, and useful; and,
  • legal support for the law, new and old, via amicus briefs and other direct action.

Using all these tools and more, FJRI brings the fight to the trial lawyers on critical issues such as fair settlement, assignment of benefits, phantom damages, legal and medical fee schedules, workers’ compensation costs, and the operation of state courts.

The work is more critical than ever. Florida’s business community must continue to support a coordinated, long-term offensive to improving Florida’s civil justice system, and FJRI is the way to do it.

Join us, now, and help us get the job done.

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Breaking News

Why is Miami a hub for deceptive labeling class actions? Lawyer-driven litigation, ‘venue shopping’ contribute to rise in suits - The Florida Record - May 14, 2016

Don't drop Florida standard for experts: Where we stand - Orlando Sentinel - May 11, 2016 

Increasing number of false advertising cases against food and drink hard to swallow, critic says - The Florida Record - May 9, 2016

Property carriers seek relief from ‘assignment of benefits’ abuse; Claims have jumped 46 percent since 2010 - The Florida Record - May 9, 2016

Supreme Court Says Attorney Fee Statute Is Unconstitutional - Work Comp Central - April 29, 2016 

Florida Supreme Court strikes down workers comp fee law - Bradenton Herald - April 28, 2016 

Court calls $1.53 an hour lawyer fee unconstitutional, 'absurd' - Orlando Sentinel - April 28, 2016

$1.53 an hour for lawyer fees? Not in Florida, court says  - Townhall.com - April 28, 2016

Justices Strike Down Workers Comp Fee Law - News Service of Florida - April 28, 2016

Florida Supreme Court sets oral arguments over expert testimony standardFlorida Record - April 13, 2016

Supreme Court Says 1936 Road Deal Requires State to Pay - Daily Business Review - April 11, 2016

Workers comp fight in state Supreme Court could have high stakes - Palm Beach Post - April 5, 2016

Workers Comp Fight Could Have High Stakes - News Service of Florida - April 4, 2016

Florida Justice Reform Institute isn't giving up fight for change despite end of legislative session - Florida Business Daily - March 18, 2016

Fla. court affirms AG's power to dismiss whistleblower lawsuits - Legal Newsline - February 29, 2016

Florida Fights Back Against Assignment of Benefits Abuse - Insurance Journal - February 8, 2016

Senator Wants Drones Classified As A Dangerous Instrumentality - wfsu.org - January 19, 2016

Business Groups Oppose Fla. Workers' Comp Law Challenge - Law360 - January 11, 2016

Procedural Flaws Cited by Defense As Basis to Dismiss Stahl Case - Work Comp Central - January 6, 2016

Florida Cases to Watch in 2016 - Law360 - December 24, 2015

BONDI DEFENDS MEDICAL MALPRACTICE LIMITS - Sunshine State News - December 15, 2015

Fla. Attorneys Lock Horns over New Expert Witness Standard - Law360 - October 16, 2015

Florida Bar Committee, Plaintiffs Lawyers Push for Rejection of New Standard on Expert Witness Testimony - Legal Newsline - October 8, 2015

2015 Lawsuit Climate Survey: Ranking the States
U.S. Chamber Institute
for Legal Reform - September 10, 2015

Join our nonprofit civil justice reform organization in the battle to restore fairness and personal responsibility to the civil justice system in Florida.
Call (850) 222-0170