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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

Senate bill forcing asbestos, silica claimants to divulge smoking history clears final committee - Florida Politics - February 21, 2024

Paul Renner still supports sovereign immunity caps - Florida Politics - February 19, 2024

Florida could make it harder to sue polluters, assisted living owners - Tampa Bay Times - February 18, 2024


Last Call for 2.14.24 — A prime-time read of what’s going down in Florida politics - Florida Politics - February 14, 2024

Senate panel advances third-party litigation financier crackdown - Flordia Politics - February 7, 2024

Who’s funding your lawsuit? Florida bills would require disclosureSouth Florida Sun-Sentinel - January 23, 2024

Medical Malpractice Caps Emerge in Senate - News Service of Florida - January 22, 2024

Florida Gets Off ATRA’s Judicial Hellhole List - Florida Daily - December 6, 2023

Florida attorneys filed nearly 54,000 auto glass lawsuits in first 9 months of 2023, despite reforms - Florida Record - December 1, 2023

Bill Would Allow More Surviving Family Members to Recover Damages in Medical Negligence Cases - The Florida Bar News - November 27, 2023

Florida Lawmakers Move to Change State's Wrongful Death 'Free Kill' Law - The Epoch Times - November 21, 2023

How Florida’s ‘unscrupulous’ auto glass shops fuel an insurance crisis - Washington Post - November 12, 2023

The Law Firm Disrupted: Still Looking for the Gold Rush - Law.com - November 2, 2023

Families say it’s time for Florida’s ‘free kill’ law to die; data shows they may be right - Fox4 - September 14, 2023

More ‘Free Kill’ families speaking out against controversial Florida law - WFTV - August 22, 2023 

Florida made phone robocall law more business-friendly leaving voters asking why - WFTS - July 27, 2023

Law experts have conflicting thoughts on new Florida tort reform - wmnf.com - July 21, 2023

Medical malpractice appellate procedure amended by Florida Supreme Court - Florida Record - July 18, 2023

Supreme Court decision changes the rules for medical malpractice lawsuits - Florida Politics - July 6, 2023

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