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Busciglio, Sheridan & Schoeb Nominated for Best Law Firm in Best of the Bay Area Awards

Busciglio Sheridan & Schoeb is pleased to announce that our firm has been nominated for Best of the Bay 2022 in the category of Best Law Firm. We are grateful to be considered among the top law firms in Tampa Bay. There are a lot of good firms on the list to be sure, and […]

Are police required to read your Miranda warnings?

Are police required to read your Miranda warnings?

Arrests are stressful time causing you to say things the may or may not be true, making the situation much worse. If you are in custody with the police, and they begin their interrogation, are they required to read you your Miranda rights? Should you speak and what should you say? No! You should not […]

Driving on a suspended license? You are now looking at jail time

Driving on a suspended license? You are now looking at jail time

Have you been driving on a suspended license? You may want to think twice…The Florida legislature just enacted a new statute 322.34 that came in effect on October 1, 2019. What this new law provides for is more enhanced and almost mandatory penalties for driving on a suspended license. You can be charged for driving […]

military divorce in Tampa Florida

5 Things to Consider in a Military Divorce

Divorce is a difficult time for families and while Florida law is the same when it comes to members of the military, some unique issues come up in military divorces. Factors to consider in military divorce cases include: 1) Timeline In a military divorce, the timeline for responding to a pleading is important. Whether or […]

What is premises liability?

What is premises liability?

Premises liability is commonly referred to as slip and fall, it could be you tripped on an unsafe condition in someone’s parking lot, a wide range of things. Premises liability is the premise that a property owner has the duty to keep their property reasonably safe and it hinges upon the type of person is […]

What is the difference between public adjusters and attorneys?

What is the difference between public adjusters and attorneys?

You may be wondering what is the difference between a public adjuster and an attorney or can you have both? After your home or business has sustained damage from either a storm, fire, termites, etc., you are going to want to go to your insurance company to file a claim. At that point, your insurance […]

Can you get a DUI on an electric scooter?

Can you get a DUI on an electric scooter?

Are SUIs (scooter DUIs) a thing? We are all aware that it is illegal to drive under the influence of drugs or alcohol, however, what about those shared electric scooters that are popping up in cities all over the United States? Florida is known for unusual and strange headlines and DUIs are no different. We’ve […]

How to get money from Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage after an accident

How to get money from Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage after an accident

Injured in a car accident but haven’t made it to the doctor’s office? In Florida, your auto insurance company requires you to see medical attention within 14 days of an auto accident. If you do not seek medical attention within these 14 days after an accident, you could be foreclosing yourself from coverage under your […]

5 Types of Injunctions and What They Mean

5 Types of Injunctions and What They Mean

If you are seeking an injunction or restraining order in the state of Florida, we recognize 5 different types including: Domestic Violence Injunction One of the most common types of injunctions is domestic violence injunctions. Oftentimes, domestic violence is a family member or somebody who lives in the household that has committed an act of […]

What to expect when summoned for jury duty

What to expect when summoned for jury duty

So you got a letter in the mail that has summoned you to jury duty… what should you expect? Every county is different and if you find yourself in a situation where you have to reschedule, refer to your summons paperwork to see who you have to contact to get a rescheduling approved. If you […]