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EAGLE businesses’ financial contributions support the Florida Justice Association’s continuing legislative, political and educational efforts to preserve consumers’ rights and Florida’s civil justice system. EAGLE businesses set the standard for consumer support, leading the way to corporate reform and greater corporate accountability. EAGLE business leaders understand that profits are protected only when products are safe and protecting Florida consumers is good business.

Below are businesses that have chosen to step forward and stand beside FJA and other consumer advocates as we strive to protect Florida’s citizens from dangerous special interest legislation. Please visit EAGLE Business Friends listed here for all of your trial service needs. Thank you for supporting those that support FJA.

EAGLE businesses receive automatic membership in Florida Justice PAC and are recognized in FJA publications and bulletins, so members across the state know exactly which businesses have joined FJA in our fight to preserve the civil justice system.

For more information about the Business Friend of EAGLE program, please contact Melissa Robbins by email or Lee Phillips by email. You may also contact us at (850) 224-9403.

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Disclaimer:
An attorney should not discuss non-recourse advance funding with a client unless it is done in compliance with Florida Bar Ethics Opinion 00-3. The Florida Bar discourages the use of non-recourse advance funding companies. An attorney may provide a client with information about companies that offer non-recourse advance funding if it is in the client’s interest and done in compliance with Florida Bar Ethics Opinion 00-3. The individual lawyer is responsible for ensuring that his or her conduct is in compliance with the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar and comports with Florida Ethics Opinion 00-03. The Florida Justice Association recommends that attorneys who do provide names of non-recourse advance funding companies to clients should provide only names of companies that are in conformity with the guidelines contained in the agreement between the New York Attorney General and certain companies dated Feb. 17, 2005. The Florida Justice Association makes no determination or representation as to whether any particular non-recourse advance funding company is in conformity with Florida Bar rules or opinions, or any other guidelines.