Can a neighbor shine spotlights into your home?

Some people love the spotlight, but how about two spotlights shining into your house every single night? It’s happening to one South Florida homeowner. WhenRead More

COVID Q&A, plus a resolution for 100-year-old battling condo association

Can your child be tested for COVID without your permission? Can some employees be forced to eat outside away from other employees? Plus, remember theRead More

Return Motorcycle Found Among Storage Auction Contents?

He bought a storage unit in an online auction. When he opened the door, he found a motorcycle … but when the storage facility foundRead More

Does an Elementary Student with Diabetes Have Certain Rights?

He is a 9-year-old student who has to take insulin injections to control his Type 1 diabetes. This year, he is afraid to go toRead More

Arrested After Ex Doesn’t Drop Off Son

His ex-wife is supposed to drop his son off every other weekend for visits. When she didn’t he got frustrated and stood in front ofRead More

Some disabled veterans don’t have to pay for permits

When some disabled veterans have work done on their homes, they do not have to pay for permits. If you didn’t know it, you areRead More

Condo Won’t Give 100 Year Old Resident Decal to Enter Complex

She is 100 years old, and she’s surprised that her condo association won’t give her a decal to get into the complex. It’s why sheRead More

Fined For Not Wearing Mask At The Pool

A South Florida woman was fined for not wearing a mask at her pool, and the governor says you don’t have to wear a maskRead More

Filed Discrimination Complaint

A man claims his condo discriminated against him because he’s gay, and a county investigation backed up those claims, but the condo appears to haveRead More

Changing Contract Prices Because of COVID?

Before COVID, a South Florida woman signed a contract to have a pool built. Now the company is raising the price by a staggering $16,000,Read More