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The Joshua S. Horton Law Firm, PA was founded by Joshua Horton. Attorney Horton is licensed to practice law in Florida and Washington D.C. His firm practices in cases dealing with substance use disorder, including but not limited to: Wrongful Death, Treatment Center Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation, Medical Malpractice, Legal Malpractice, Consumer Fraud, Sexual Assault, Criminal Defense for DUI, Drug Possession, Marchman Acts, and Domestic Violence. His primary office is located in West Palm Beach Florida.
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2023 – New Year, New Beginnings, New Staff, Thriving Practice…
Happy New Year’s and welcome to 2023!!! 2022 was a tough year of growth, learning, trial, and error. But it wasn’t all bad. This firm was founded at the onset of Covid in 2020. We have tripled in size, client base, and recovery for our clients every year since. Covid changed the way Law is Practiced, and we have adapted accordingly. Here at Joshua Horton Law, we believe in adapting or dying. With the rate at which our world is shrinking and expanding in ways never seen before, one has no choice. Old, antiquated thinking and approaches must be discarded while not losing the wisdom of experience and not fixing things that aren’t broken… Read more…
Solar Panel Fraud Lawyer Florida
Solar panel installations for your home or business can seem like a fantastic opportunity to renovate your home, save money, and help the environment. Solar panels are a form of renewable energy that can help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and combat global warming. The use of renewable energy, including solar power, has been growing in recent years as more and more people and organizations recognize the need to transition away from fossil fuels to combat climate change.
Joshua Horton Publishes Article in Connecticut Trial Lawyer’s Association Forum Magazine
Joshua Horton recently published a long article in Forum magazine, a publication of the Connecticut Trial Lawyer's Association. The article is entitled "Pandemic Predators and Collateral Consequences" and addresses the injustices facing many patients who attempt...