Tampa Bay Homeowners Have Limited Recourse When HOA Fails to Act

By: Jeff Lieser Posted on: Sunday, May 21st, 2017

The following scenario occurs all too often: a homeowner abandons their home, the homeowner’s association (HOA) places a lien on the property for failure to pay dues, the HOA forecloses on the lien, making it the current owner of the property, and property falls into disrepair, becoming an eyesore or worse. As a result, residents

Jeff Lieser Consults with Channel 8 on Tampa’s Tempo High-Rise Construction Defects

By: Jeff Lieser Posted on: Monday, November 28th, 2016

Only 90% complete, Tampa Housing Authority’s newest residential high-rise, the Tempo, is already plagued with problems. This leaky building is flawed by construction defects that may cost taxpayers more than their original $26 million dollar investment. Chanel 8 On Your Side reached out to Lieser Skaff Alexander attorney Jeff Lieser and requested that he review

Tampa Construction Defect Lawyers Protecting Florida Homeowners’ Rights Under KB HOME Settlement

By: Jeff Lieser Posted on: Tuesday, September 13th, 2016

The Florida Attorney General’s Office struck a settlement deal with homebuilder KB HOME. After a three-year investigation, the AG found evidence that the company violated Florida law by (1) not informing homeowners that their homes violated building codes and were not constructed according to original plans and specifications, and (2) denying warranty coverage to homeowners

All Lieser Skaff Alexander Partners Once Again Named to Super Lawyers List in 2016

By: Jeff Lieser Posted on: Sunday, July 31st, 2016

Lieser Skaff Alexander is proud to announce that Super Lawyers has again recognized our partners as outstanding attorneys within our community. The recognition process begins with a peer nomination and lawyers are not allowed to nominate others within their firms. The nominees are then subjected to rigorous independent research across 12 key categories:

New Florida Privacy Law Could Sting Drone Operators

By: Jeff Lieser Posted on: Monday, January 18th, 2016

In July of 2015, Florida banned the use of drones for surveillance on private property without the occupants’ written consent. The law also mandates drone operators to display a unique identification number on the craft. This makes it easier to identify and allows for a person to sue drone owners for invasion of privacy.

Hiring Unlicensed Contractors Could Lead to Trouble

By: Jeff Lieser Posted on: Thursday, December 17th, 2015

Hiring an unlicensed contractor poses more risks than just shoddy workmanship. You find yourself liable for fines and incurring responsibility for any damages or injuries that resulted from the work.

Lieser Skaff Alexander Representing Xarelto Product Liability Claims

By: Jeff Lieser Posted on: Wednesday, November 4th, 2015

Lieser Skaff Alexander is representing product liability claims on behalf of patients that have taken Xarelto. If you or a family member experienced uncontrollable bleeding or adverse reactions while taking this blood thinner, contact us today for a free consultation as you may be entitled to compensation for medical bills, lost wages or pain and suffering.

Upgrading Your Military Discharge

By: Jeff Lieser Posted on: Monday, August 24th, 2015

Veterans with an unfavorable discharge and negative information on their DD-214 form may have a difficult time obtaining certain veteran’s benefits and civilian employment. That is why it is important to change an undesirable Military Discharge. An experienced Military Attorney can help prepare your application for the review board and navigate you through the process of changing negative information on the DD-214 form.