Are Lawsuit Settlements Considered Taxable & What Should I File?

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Most money awarded as a result of a lawsuit claim will be subject to taxes. The IRS is a governing body that exists to collect taxes, and that’s exactly what they do best: they collect taxes! To ensure you are following the tax codes and laws correctly, we suggest speaking with a professional accountant as

South Florida COVID-19 Update — April 28, 2020

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Since the novel coronavirus hit Florida in early March, residents and governments have been trying to balance fighting the spread with keeping the economy running. It’s been a stressful time for everyone in our state, made even worse by our continuing inability to accurately test, track, and trace COVID-19 to the degree needed to successfully

Supporting Local Community Through Fitness

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Off The Bench Supports Community Since 2012 My name is Lexi Greene and I am a Junior as well as the President of Off The Bench Foundation. Off The Bench is a foundation that was created and founded in 2012 by my brother, Joshua Greene, who wanted to make a difference for kids in the

An Update on the Situation Regarding Coronavirus Infections in South Florida

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Note: This blog concerns a rapidly evolving situation. All of the information contained below is accurate as of 3-24-2020 7:30 PM EST During times of crisis where the public is nervous and unsure, accurate information is valuable currency.  We at Steinger, Greene & Feiner want to provide our clients, readers, and community members with the

How Your Car Accident Lawyer May Investigate Your Case

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It’s easy to determine liability in most car accidents. For instance, consider a rear-end accident on Oakland Park Boulevard and Powerline Road in Ft. Lauderdale. It’s nearly always the fault of the trailing vehicle unless there is firm and credible evidence that suggests otherwise.  But there are numerous auto collisions in Ft. Lauderdale and throughout

Top Miami Driving Tips for Tourists, Part 2

You’ve learned a bit about how roads are set up in Miami. Now you know that you may or may not want to rely on public transportation. You’ve learned that law enforcement takes parking very seriously. Now it’s time to answer the biggest question; how exactly do you drive in the city once you’ve gotten

Top New Year’s Eve Parties in Miami

Have you made your plans for New Year’s Eve yet? If you are like many people, you are just starting to try and decide how you will be saying goodbye to 2016 and welcoming 2017. If you live in Miami, you are faced with a hard decision. There are dozens of fabulous options for your

Violent Crash in Miami Changes Life of Teen

A crash early on November 22, just the day before Thanksgiving, has forever changed the life of one teenager, and has claimed the life of another. The driver who passed away was only 14 years old and not licensed to drive. According to reports, the crash was so violent that a surgeon had to partially amputate

Best Things to Do In Miami for Halloween

Maybe Halloween will be your first big date and you are looking to impress. Perhaps it’s a night spent with your spouse and children and you don’t want to do the same thing you did last year. No matter the reason, you are looking for something to do this holiday. The good news is that

Best St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations in Miami

The holiday season is over. Or is it? November and December may be behind us, but that doesn’t mean we have to leave the celebrating with them. Now that we are firmly into March, people around the country are looking forward to St. Patrick’s Day and for more than just the green beer. This much-loved