The FJA Newswire will keep the public informed on new legislation, defective products and other issues affecting Florida’s consumers and patients.
Tallahassee, FL (PRWEB) April 26, 2011
On April 26th, the Florida Justice Association (FJA) launched its newsroom, the FJA Newswire. The dynamic site is going live during the heart of the 2011 Legislative Session and is committed to delivering critical news to Floridians throughout the state.
The FJA Newswire will keep the public informed on new legislation, defective products and other issues affecting Florida’s consumers and patients. Using the web’s fastest artificial intelligence technology, the FJA Newswire (News.FloridaJusticeAssociation.org) is powered by VisionSmartNews.com and delivers the most recent and relevant news on topics important to all Florida citizens.
“This is a great news source that will provide valuable information on issues that directly affect their health and safety,” says Debra Henley, the FJA Executive Director.
In a rapidly-changing legislative and increasingly complex public arena, it is critical that Florida consumers have a fair chance to seek justice in our state court system and are safeguarded from potential abuses by large corporations and industries. The Florida Justice Association is dedicated to protecting Florida’s citizens, and the FJA Newswire is just another way to better serve consumers and patients of our state.
About The Florida Justice Association
The Florida Justice Association (formerly the Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers) is an organization committed to upholding the civil justice system and fighting for consumer rights. They passionately believe that fair access to our courts is the cornerstone of American democracy and that all individuals deserve the chance to seek justice and defend their natural rights as US citizens and proud residents of Florida.
For 50 years the FJA has worked tirelessly to protect this state’s individual consumers by working in the legislative, political and public arenas. They know that preserving people’s rights is fighting for the very integrity of American democracy, and they are here to ensure Florida’s consumers are safeguarded and protected.
For more information or to become a member of the Florida Justice Association, visit the FJA website at http://www.FloridaJusticeAssociation.org or call (850) 224-9403.
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