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The Joshua S. Horton Law Firm has been involved in many landmark trials and decisions. Joshua Horton has made many headlines and has been interviewed by newspapers, law journals and television stations. In representing his clients he has garnered the attention of a number of media outlets and other law firms in the process.

JOSHUA HORTON LAW IN THE NEWS

After hitting ‘rock bottom,’ some addicts and alcoholics find a road to recovery

“Serving others was imperative for my own recovery,” he says. “It gave me something to live for and aspire to.”

Attorney Josh Horton Featured in Washington Post Article

Josh Horton, an attorney at the Romano Law Group in West Palm Beach, was featured in an article by the Washington Post titled “After hitting ‘rock bottom,’ some addicts and alcoholics find a road to recovery.”

Meet Joshua Horton: Ole Miss law student overcomes odds, fights to make difference

This is a story you won’t be able to forget. About a man whose name you will want to try and remember.
Arbitration vs. Litigation in Court: A Comparative Analysis involving Solar Panel Fraud

Arbitration vs. Litigation in Court: A Comparative Analysis involving Solar Panel Fraud

In the legal landscape, particularly in jurisdictions like Florida and Washington D.C., two prominent methods of dispute resolution are arbitration and litigation. Both have their unique characteristics, benefits, and drawbacks. This article aims to provide a comparative analysis of these two methods, assisting legal practitioners and clients in making informed decisions. Here at the Joshua S. Horton Law Firm, PA, we understand these differences and will use the appropriate tool for the case.

Understanding Florida’s Door-to-Door Solicitation Statute and Its Impact on Solar Panel Contracts

Understanding Florida’s Door-to-Door Solicitation Statute and Its Impact on Solar Panel Contracts

In recent years, Florida has seen a significant increase in door-to-door sales, particularly in the solar panel industry. While this sales method can be convenient for consumers, it also raises certain legal considerations under Florida’s door-to-door solicitation statute, codified in §501.022, Florida Statutes. This blog post aims to provide a comprehensive overview of this statute and its implications for solar panel contracts, including the validity of arbitration clauses in contracts that violate the statute.

Debunking Common Misconceptions about DUIs in Florida

Debunking Common Misconceptions about DUIs in Florida

Welcome to The Joshua S. Horton Law Firm, PA, where we strive to provide accurate and insightful information to our clients. In today's blog post, we'll be addressing some common misconceptions surrounding DUIs in the state of Florida. As your trusted legal partner...

The Dark Side of Solar Power: Unmasking Fraud, Breach of Contract, and Exploitation in the U.S.

The Dark Side of Solar Power: Unmasking Fraud, Breach of Contract, and Exploitation in the U.S.

Solar panel fraud doesn’t stop with the companies directly involved; lenders also find themselves liable. Sunlight Financial, Vision Solar’s lender, recently declared bankruptcy, leaving consumers in a precarious situation. Lenders may face legal consequences for their role in financing alleged fraudulent solar ventures, adding financial losses to the growing list of victims, and attempting to collect debts from contracts that were under, or never performed.

Solar Panel Contractor Fraud

Solar Panel Contractor Fraud

Solar Panel Contractor Fraud Solar panel contractor fraud is a growing concern in the renewable energy industry, and it's not just the contractors who may be held accountable. Lenders who finance these projects may also find themselves implicated in cases of fraud....