Barry Ansbacher Assists Action News Investigation

When Action News “Sends Ben” he call Barry for Legal Help

Action News Investigative Reporter Ben Becker investigated the case of grandmother Ola Mills, 81, who was frustrated when a tree fell and damaged her property. Ms. Mills became frustrated when the landowner, the Duval County School Board, and the City of Jacksonville who was responsible for maintaining the property.

As reported by Becker: Becker went through hundreds of pages of documents and found a permit signed by the City in 2007 and a 2008 easement agreement stating the City ‘shall keep the land in good condition.’

Becker talked to real estate attorney Barry Ansbacher to clear this up.

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Attorney Barry Ansbacher is the founding partner of Ansbacher Law. The 10-lawyer firm serves Florida from four offices. Ansbacher is the only attorney who is Triple Board Certified by the Florida Bar in Real Estate Law, Construction Law, and Condominium & Planned Development Law. For over 30 years he assisted clients with real estate, association, construction, and personal injury matters.

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