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A subscription to the Florida Personal Injury Forms includes over 100 forms, offered in both Microsoft Word and Corel WordPerfect, so your firm can work with the word processing program you are most comfortable with. This package provides the simplest way to handle completion of the forms required for filing in county and state courts. The Florida Personal Injury package is comprehensive, intuitive, reliable, and easy to use. Since the forms are fully automated with HotDocs? document assembly software, all you have to do is enter case or client-specific information once, and it will be automatically inserted throughout the form where that information is relevant. Special Intake forms have been designed to speed form completion. This means you'll be printing out signature-ready documents in minutes. Eliminate repetitive typing, cutting and pasting, and the increased chance of error that goes along with traditional methods of document preparation. You can also save the information you've entered after completing a form and use it to instantly complete related forms.

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  • Form 7.01 Allegations of Entitlement to Attorneys' Fees (7.01)

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  • Form 3.22 Individuals Using Assumed Trade or Business Name (also Forms 3.37 and 3.40) (3.22)
  • Form 3.23 Domestic Corporation Vs Foreign Corporation (also Forms 3.24 through 3.29) (3.23)
  • Form 3.31 National Bank, Form 3.32 State Bank (3.31)
  • Form 3.33 Club, Form 3.34 Nonprofit Corporation (3.34)
  • Form 3.36 Florida Business Trust Versus Foreign Business Trust or Joint Stock Association (3.36)
  • Form 3.38 Caption and Introductory Paragraph--Designation of Parties--Partnerships--Florida (3.38)
  • Form 3.39 Persons Sued as Partners (3.39)

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  • Form 3.42 Caption and Introductory Paragraph--Designation of Parties--Class Representatives (3.42)

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  • Form 3.67 City Versus County Board and County Official (3.67)
  • Form 3.68 City (3.68)
  • Form 3.73 State Agency (3.73)
  • Form 3.74 Public Corporations (3.74)
  • Form 3.75 Political Subdivision (3.75)
  • Form 3.78 State Official (3.78)

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  • Form 3.01 Caption and Introductory Paragraph (3.01short)
  • Form 3.01 Caption and Introductory Paragraph -- Combined forms -- Complaint / Caption (3.01)
  • Form 3.02 Formal Parts of a Complaint (3.02)
  • Form 3.03 Caption and Introductory Paragraph--Courts of General Jurisdiction--Florida (3.03)
  • Form 3.04 Caption--Designation of Court--Courts of Limited Jurisdiction--FLORIDA (3.04)
  • Form 3.05 One Plaintiff and One Defendant (3.05)
  • Form 3.06 Several Plaintiffs and Several Defendants (3.06)
  • Form 3.07 Abbreviated Captions Where There Are Several Parties (3.07short)
  • Form 3.08 Caption Where First Name of a Party Is Unknown (3.08)
  • Form 3.09 Complete Name of Party Is Unknown (3.09)
  • Form 3.10 Real Property Action Where Parties Are Unknown (3.10)
  • Form 3.11 Party Is Doing Business Under Assumed Name (3.11)
  • Form 3.12 Party Is Known by More Than One Name (3.12)
  • Form 3.13 Party Incorrectly Named in Complaint (3.13)
  • Form 3.14 Husbands and Wives as Parties (3.14)
  • Form 3.15 Abbreviation as to Wife (3.15)
  • Form 3.16 Abbreviation as to Husband (3.16)
  • Form 3.17 Surviving Wife as Party (3.17)
  • Form 3.18 Surviving Husband as Party (3.18)
  • Form 3.19 Caption Where Party's Prior Name Is Significant (3.19)
  • Form 3.20 Several Defendants Sued Jointly and Severally (3.20)
  • Form 3.21 Minor Defendant Where No Guardian Appears of Record (3.21)

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  • Form 3.83 Caption and Introductory Paragraph--Designation of Parties--Unknown Parties (3.83)

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  • Form 3.43 For Use and Benefit of Another (3.43)
  • Form 3.44 Individual for the Use and Benefit of Minors by Their Next Best Friend (3.44)
  • Form 3.45 Executor (3.45)
  • Form 3.46 Guardian of the Person (3.46)
  • Form 3.47 Guardian of the Property (3.47)
  • Form 3.48 Next Friend (3.48)
  • Form 3.49 Natural Guardian (3.49)
  • Form 3.50 Several Personal Representatives (3.50)
  • Form 3.51 Several Guardians (3.51)
  • Form 3.52 Personal Representative of Estate of Deceased Minor (3.52)
  • Form 3.53 Trustees of Dissolved Corporation (3.53)
  • Form 3.54 Court-Appointed Receiver (3.54)
  • Form 3.55 Trustee in Bankruptcy (3.55)
  • Form 3.56 Trustee of Inter Vivos Trust (3.56)
  • Form 3.57 Trustee of Testamentary Trust (3.57)
  • Form 3.58 Suit by Persons as Individuals and as Partners (3.58)
  • Form 3.59 Persons Sued as Individuals and as Partners (3.59)
  • Form 3.60 Suit Brought by Person Individually, as Surviving Wife and Executrix (3.60)
  • Form 3.61 Suit by Next Friend in Representative and Individual Capacities (3.61)
  • Form 3.62 Representatives of Decedents' Estates (3.62)
  • Form 3.63 Personal Representative of One Estate Against Personal Representatives of Two Estates (3.63)
  • Form 3.66 Person Is Party to Suit in Individual and Representative (3.66)

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  • Form 13.01 Caption and Introductory Paragraph--Designation of Parties (also 13.02) (13.01)
  • Form 13.02 Class Representation Allegations for Complaint (13.02)
  • Form 13.03 Class Representation Allegations: Condominium Association (13.03)
  • Form 13.04 Motion to Determine Class Representation (13.04)
  • Form 13.05 Order Determining Class and Fixing Notice (13.05)
  • Form 13.06 Order Denying Class Representation (13.06)
  • Form 13.07 Notice to Class Members (13.07)
  • Form 13.08 Class Members' Statement of Exclusion from Class (13.08)
  • Form 13.09 Class Members' Motion for Joinder as Named Representative (13.09)
  • Form 13.10 Class Members' Motion for Relief from Judgment Based on Lack of Notice (13.10)
  • Form 13.11 Motion by Class Representative to Voluntarily Compromise Action (13.11)
  • Form 13.12 Complaint -- Class Actions (13.12)

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  • Form 14.01 General Form of Complaint in Action for Forfeiture of Bail Bond (14.01)
  • Form 14.02 Petition for Rule to Show Cause in Contraband and Forfeiture Action (14.02)

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  • Form 14.04 Defense of Inability of Defendant to Appear (14.04)
  • Form 14.05 Defense of Dismissal of Charge (14.05)

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  • Form 12.02 Complaint in Interpleader Action by Insurer Concerning . . . Changed Name of Beneficiary (12.02)
  • Form 12.09 Complaint in Interpleader Action Brought by Automoble Liability Insurer of Motorist . . . (12.09)
  • Form 12.11 Complaint--Interpleader--Disinterested Stakeholder (12.11)
  • Form 12.12 Complaint--Interpleader Actions (12.12tredo)

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  • Form 12.13 Counterclaim--Interpleader--Stakeholder Not Disinterested (12.13)

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  • Form 9.01 One Plaintiff Joining Several Causes of Action Against One Defendant in One Complaint (9.01)
  • Form 9.02 Complaint--One Plaintiff in One Action Against Several Defendants (9.02)

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  • Form 4.01 Subject Matter Jurisdictional Statements (4.01)
  • Form 4.02 Statements of Personal Jurisdiction Under Long Arm Statutes (4.02)
  • Form 4.07 Allegation of Complaint to Bring Case Within Nonresident Motorist Statute (4.07)

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  • Form 8.47 Corporations (8.47)
  • Form 8.58 Corporate Name Changed (8.58)
  • Form 8.60 Partnership Claim Asserted (8.60)
  • Form 8.61 Unincorporated Associations (8.61)

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  • Form 8.45 Prior Name of Party Has Significance (8.45)
  • Form 8.46 Multiple Parties (8.46)

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  • Form 8.01 Individuals (8.01)
  • Form 8.03 Minor Having No Legal Guardian (8.03)
  • Form 8.05 Corporations (8.05)
  • Form 8.06 Partners and Partnerships (8.06)
  • Form 8.07 Sole Proprietorships (8.07)
  • Form 8.08 Corporate Officer Sued Individually (8.08)
  • Form 8.09 Corporation Whose Existence Is Unknown (8.09)
  • Form 8.10 Legal Guardian of Minor or Incompetent Person (8.10)
  • Form 8.11 Personal Representative of Decedent's Estate (8.11)
  • Form 8.12 Trustee of Express Trust (8.12)
  • Form 8.13 Representative of Real Party in Interest (8.13)
  • Form 8.14 Unincorporated Associations (8.14)
  • Form 8.15 Business Trusts (8.15)
  • Form 8.16 Petition for Appointment of Guardian Ad Litem (8.16)
  • Form 8.17 Individuals (8.17)
  • Form 8.21 Complaint--Third Party (8.21)
  • Form 8.32 Caption and Introductory Paragraph--Designation of Parties--Persons Under Legal Disability (8.32)
  • Form 8.33 Persons Under Legal Disability--Minor Plaintiff (8.33)
  • Form 8.35 Individuals Using Assumed Trade or Business Names (8.35)

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  • Form 8.66 Representatives of Decedents' Estates (8.66)
  • Form 8.67 Guardian of the Person (8.67)
  • Form 8.68 Guardian of the Property (8.68)
  • Form 8.69 Representatives of Persons Under Legal Disability (8.69)
  • Form 8.72 Trustees of Dissolved Corporation (8.72)
  • Form 8.78 Trustee of Inter Vivos Trust (8.78)

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  • Form 6.01 Alleging General State Statute (6.01)
  • Form 6.02 Alleging Special or Local Law (6.02)
  • Form 6.03 Alleging Federal Statute (6.03)

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  • Form 5.04 Venue Allegation (5.04)

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