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We Are Hiring! | Vernon Litigation Group

Highly respected and expanding Naples, Florida based Litigation Firm with both local and national practices seeks experienced trial attorney or trial team with client/referral base. Firm has infrastructure to handle all operations, including financial, administrative, marketing, and branding to allow trial attorneys to focus on representation of clients. Firm has a client and employee focused culture with a great work environment. Firm also has AV rating as well as a […]

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Florida Residents Be Aware of ‘AOB’ | Vernon Litigation Group

If you live in Florida, there may be an inflated probability that you have heard the term ‘Assignment of Benefits‘ or AOB. Although we see a heightened amount of cases regarding construction fraud in the event of a hurricane, we remain acutely aware that the abuse of AOB is not limited to adverse affects of mother nature, but also appears in the construction industry overall. Florida is in an insurance […]

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Vital Step BEFORE you select an Investment Professional| Vernon Litigation Group

When looking for an Investment Professional, the process can be daunting at times and you find yourself asking, “Do they have my best interest?” “Are they recommending investments based on high commissions they will receive or based on my goals?” “Are they trustworthy?” and so on. It is highly recommended that before you select your Investment Professional, you must do your due diligence. The financial industry is regulated by, not […]

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Axing Continues at Deutsche Bank | Vernon Litigation Group

Some of the Biggest Wall Street Financial Institutions Continue Axing Thousands of Jobs Bankers and Financial Advisors for some of the biggest names in Wall Street have been receiving gloomy news for months now. For example, as it has been widely reported, approximately a month ago Deutsche Bank announced massive restructuring and downsizing that will affect approximately 18,000 employees by 2022.  But the layoffs have already begun. Unfortunately, many financial […]

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