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


Advocating for Changes to Legal Liability in Tallahassee, FL

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The current abusive litigation environment found in Florida can be quite damaging to businesses throughout the state. Thankfully, at Florida Justice Reform Institute, our lobbying group is here to provide resources to companies that are targets of predatory lawsuits. We regularly advocate for tort reform and changes to legal liability in Tallahassee, FL, while also supporting businesses that struggle with litigation.

Additionally, we provide access to numerous legal experts that will testify on your behalf to counter trial sensationalism. We believe that through effective lobbying and coordinated efforts that we can help bring positive change to Florida’s business community. Contact us today to learn more about our lobby group services or to discuss any litigation that has been brought against your company.

Understanding Tort Law

At Florida Justice Reform Institute, we have a deep understanding of tort law, and we use this knowledge to drive changes in current legislation. We aim to help protect small businesses from the devastating impacts that unlawful and unsubstantiated legal liability lawsuits can have on their success. The rampant misuse of litigation in our state damages the economy, and without significant improvements to tort law, the problems will only get worse over time.

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"Discourage litigation. Persuade your neighbors to compromise whenever you can. Point out to them how the nominal winner is often a real loser---in fees, expenses, and waste of time."  

The Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln edited by Roy P. Basler, Volume II, "Notes for a Law Lecture" (July 1, 1850), p. 81

Breaking News

Court ruling casts doubt on 'sue first, discover second' business modelFlorida Record - January 26, 2023

MSP Recovery Dodged Ruling on What Attorneys Called Its Go-To Litigation Tactic - Daily Business Review - January 17, 2023

Florida's high court rejects 'excessive' $16 million damages award in wrongful death case - Florida Record - January 10, 2023

"Huge Win" - Florida Politics - Januray 8, 2023

Florida High Court Upholds Slashing of Punitive Damage Award in Tobacco Case - Insurance Journal - January 8, 2023

Auto Insurance increases Florida's cost of living - The Miami Times - January 4, 2023

New Florida Insurance Law Is Poised to Put a Damper on Property Claims Litigation - Daily Business Review - December 21, 2022

Leader not a laggard - Florida Politics - December 17, 2022

Special session opens Monday on troubled property insurance market: Will reforms work long term? - Florida Phoneix - December 13, 2022

Sunburn - Florida Politics - December 7, 2022

'Fix the Cracks' campaign warns Floridians about abusive auto glass lawsuits - Florida Record - November 29, 2022

Staged accident schemes and fraud among reason for FL having the most expensive auto insurance rates in the US -  Islander Media Group - November 23, 2022

Add auto insurance to the increasing costs of living in Florida - Florida Phoenix - November 23, 2022

New Effort Launches to ‘Fix the Cracks’ in Florida’s Windshield Laws - Florida Daily - November 15, 2022

Initiative launches to ‘fix the cracks’ in auto glass claims - Florida Politics - November 14, 2022

Trial Lawyers Back Republican in Florida House Race, Insurers Favor Democrat - Insurance Journal - September 20, 2022

Leon County judge dismisses contractors' challenge to property insurance reform law - Florida Record - September 8, 2022

Jamaican is first black woman appointed by Governor DeSantis to Florida Supreme Court - Houston Caribbean Professional Association - August 22, 2022 

Jamaican is first black woman appointed by Governor DeSantis to Florida Supreme Court - Jamaican Observer - August 22, 2022

Rejected in 2020, DeSantis Appoints Renatha Francis Again to Supreme Court, Despite Ethical Issues - FlaglerLive.com - August 5, 2022

Gov. DeSantis appoints Renatha Francis to Supreme Court, for second time - Florida Politics - August 5, 2022

Contractors challenge new insurance law - Capitol Outlook - June 13, 2022

New Florida insurance law sees challenge from contractors - NU PropertyCasualty360 - June 2, 2022


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