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Thank you for visiting the “Dismuke Law” web site, a service of Dismuke Law, PLLC (“Dismuke Law”). This web site was created by Dismuke Law so that you could learn more about the legal services that we offer. Dismuke Law – Disclaimer & Terms of Use: these contents are for informational purposes only; none of the information at this web site is intended to constitute, nor does it constitute, legal advice.

This “Terms of Use” outlines the conditions on which this web site is made available to you. If you use this Web site, you are deemed to have read, understood, and agreed to these Terms of Use. If you do not accept the Terms of Use, you should stop reading or otherwise using the web site or any materials obtained from it.

Content Is for Information Only, Not Legal Advice

The information contained on this web site is provided for educational and informational purposes only. The contents of this site is not legal advice. The web site is not an offer to perform services on any matter. This website contains general information from a variety of sources and might not reflect current law.  The law is always changing.  The legislature changes laws frequently.  Sometimes court’s interpretation of laws evolves over time and are sometimes in conflict.  We do not undertake to update material in our web site to reflect these changes.

This material may contain technical or typographical errors. Dismuke Law does not guarantee its accuracy, completeness or suitability to your facts. Dismuke Law assumes no liability or responsibility for any errors or omissions in the contents of this web site. Your use of this web site is at your own risk.

No Relationship or Obligation Arises from Use of the Site

You should not rely on any opinion except that of an attorney you have retained, who has a professional duty to advise you after being fully informed of all the pertinent facts. Visiting our website does not create legal representation. Legal representation arises after execution of an authority to represent signed by both client and attorney. You should not act or refrain from acting based on information found on this site. Any actions or decisions about your legal rights should be based on the particular facts and circumstances of your case and appropriate legal advice.

Viewing this site, or communicating with Dismuke Law by e-mail or through this site, does not create an attorney-client relationship. The content and features on this site do not create, and are not intended to create, an attorney-client relationship or legal advice. This content and features of this web site, including means to submit a question or information, do not constitute an offer to represent you.

Dismuke Law expressly disclaims all liability with respect to actions taken or not taken based upon any information or other contents of this site.

Third-Party Web Sites

This web site contains links to third party web sites for the convenience of our users. Dismuke Law does not endorse any of these third party sites and does not imply any association with those sites. Dismuke Law does not control these third party web sites and cannot represent that their policies and practices will be consistent with these Terms of Use. If you use links to access and use such web sites, you do so at your own risk. Dismuke Law is not responsible for the contents or availability of any linked sites. These links are provided only as a convenience to the recipient.

Florida Law

Dismuke Law is a Florida law firm. The content on this website is specific to Florida law. The laws of each State are different. This web site contains information about general or common rules that apply in Florida. Dismuke Law takes no effort to explain the laws of any other state.

The Statute of Limitations is especially important. Every state has laws called the “statute of limitations” which set a deadline to file a lawsuit. That means that a lawsuit filed too late may be thrown out, regardless of the defendant’s fault or the severity of the injuries. Some states have a two-year period for negligence injury claims; the time period in other states may be longer or shorter. Insurance policies, particularly homeowner’s insurance, may require that suit be filed within one year of a loss. Some states allow claims against government agencies, but require a written notice very soon after the accident, perhaps within three months. Because investigation and research is needed to identify all possible defendants and theories of recovery, if you have an accident or injury, you should consult a lawyer as soon as possible.

Legal and Ethical Requirements

Dismuke Law has tried to comply with all legal and ethical requirements in creating this web site. We welcome comments about our compliance with the applicable rules and will update the site as warranted, upon learning of any new or different requirements. We only want to represent clients based on their review of this web site, if it complies with all legal and ethical requirements.

State Advertising Disclosures

Because some material on this web site may constitute lawyer advertising and Dismuke Law offers legal services in Florida. Dismuke Law adopts and makes the following disclosures:


Governing Laws in Case of Dispute; Jurisdiction

These Terms of Use shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Florida, USA, without regard to any choice of law principles. Disputes arising hereunder shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the state courts of Florida.


Copyright ©2015-2016 Dismuke Law, PLLC All rights reserved. All materials presented on this site are copyrighted and owned by Dismuke Law, PLLC, unless in the public domain or attributed to another source. Any republication, retransmission, reproduction, downloading, storing or distribution of all or part of any materials found on this site is expressly prohibited.

Privacy Policy

As you navigate within the Site, Dismuke Law may be collecting and tracking personal information, either by asking you to tell us something about yourself (such as your name, address or email address) or by using data-tracking software that tells us what parts of the Site you have browsed. Dismuke Law may collect other information about you, such as your IP address, geographic information, the type of the web browser and operating system you use, and any other information that your web browsing software or Internet Service Provider automatically provides to our Site. We do not share or sell any of your information. You agree that we may aggregate any information which we collect or maintain, and that we may use such aggregated information for internal analysis or for marketing purposes. By using the Site, you expressly consent to the collection and use of the limited information identified.

We may disclose your information to: (1) comply with applicable laws; (2) respond to governmental inquiries; (3) comply with valid legal process; (4) protect our rights or property; or (5) facilitate your request for a free case evaluation.