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Don Juravin SCAMMED by Attorney Andrew Hill

Disappeared with the trust money of Don Juravin and the government. Currently not eligible to practice law. Reprimanded by the Florida Bar. While 4 law firms hired and fired attorney Andrew Hill without reporting to the Florida Bar or the public, Don Juravin fights to protect the public.

Andrew Hill (Bar 46755) acted as the attorney for Don Juravin and his business beginning from October 2017. 

Attorney Hill is still representing Don Juravin, his wife and the businesses in some cases. However, he failed to show up to these cases, leaving Juravin no choice but to file this Bar complaint.

Andrew Hill showed up with his wife Mellisa Hill who did the negotiations for him. In the initial period, he did everything to gain Juravin’s trust. He abused that trust by lying to Juravin and other attorneys, stealing from Juravin, and disappearing on Juravin without notice.

ANDREW HILL LIED ABOUT FILING A COMPLAINT

MATCH complaint was against credit card processors who had blacklisted Juravin’s business. Andrew Hill drafted it and pretended for months to be working on it. He charged Juravin for many hours. Hill told him and another attorney, April Goodwin, that he had filed the complaint in April 2018. Then, Andrew Hill told him that none of the defendants had responded; therefore they had defaulted. He told Juravin and  Goodwin that he had filed a motion for default against all the defendants and that it had to be set for hearing. He kept dragging his feet on setting it for hearing, making up reasons for why it hadn’t been done or distracting my attention from it.

Finally, in October 2018 Hill said that he had a hearing scheduled. Around the end of October, he claimed he was going to this hearing. He gave a story about driving there and waiting for the judge to start the hearing. He told Juravin the judge wanted him to do something and come back another day.

Not long after, another attorney who was working for Juravin at the time asked him about it, because they needed the case number for Juravin bankruptcy petition filing. Hill finally admitted to her that the case had never been filed and he was lying all along, including lying about going to the hearing.

    • BILLED JURAVIN FOR HOURS HE DIDN’T WORKED

Throughout the last several months he was working for Juravin, Attorney Hill routinely disappeared during the day. He had agreed to work for Juravin exclusively and be available to me certain hours of the day. Without notice, he would go missing, even though he later billed me for those hours.

Moreover, attorney Andrew Hill billed Juravin for hours he was watching sports, news, and pornography on the web.

    • LIED ABOUT BEING IN THE HOSPITAL TO GET OUT OF WORK FOR JURAVIN

Several times, in order to play on Juravin’s sympathies for him, Mr. Hill lied about health issues he was having, including about being in the hospital. 

    • ANDREW HILL OMITTED HIS MENTAL HEALTH CONDITIONS

When Juravin hired Mr. Hill, he represented to Juravin that he was able to do the work Juravin asked of him and to lead the legal team. Juravin was upfront with him about the demands of the job, and he assured him he could do it. However, Juravin later found out that Hill could not do the job he was hired to do due to his ongoing mental health problems. He should have told Juravin about these problems before Juravin hired him.

    • ANDREW HILL SIGNED CONTRACTS WITH NO INTENT TO HONOUR THEM

There were three contracts Mr. Hill signed with Don Karl Juravin during his time spent with Jurain. Don had to keep updating them because of his disappearing and refusal to work within Juravin’s rules that he had agreed to from the beginning. He signed these contracts with no intent to honor them because he kept disregarding their terms  This caused tension and friction between him, Juravin, and the rest of Juravin’s legal team.

    • ANDREW HILL USES DRUGS

On several occasions, Hill seemed to be under the influence of drugs. 

ANDREW HILL STOLE MONEY

At the very beginning of January 2018, Juravin paid Andrew Hill $25,000.00 (one check for $10,000.00 and one for $15,000.00) to go into his trust account. Even though their agreement was that Juravin would only issue payment after the work was completed, Juravin wanted him to be able to work without worrying about payment. When he began showing that he was having problems giving Don Juravin consistent work, Juravin told him that he wanted his money back. Hill giving Juravin the runaround. He forced Juravin to enter into another agreement or else he would disappear with the money. Juravin had to beg him to return him the money for a month and a half. But he just disappeared. Hill always had stories about why he couldn’t meet Juravin. He eventually said he didn’t have the money but had deposited it in his personal account, not his trust account.  That money became a “forced loan” with a second agreement.

    • ANDREW HILL DISAPPEARED WITH THE GOVERNMENT FTC FROZEN MONEY IN A TRUST ACCOUNT

During his work for Juravin, Andrew Hill accepted the transfer of funds that had been frozen by the FTC from Juravin’s prior attorney. These funds were to go into his trust account and were subject to an Asset Freeze Order by the Middle District of Florida. Another attorney, who was working with Juravin on complying with turning these funds over to the FTC after the case was final, asked Hill several times for the bank information to provide to the FTC.hile he said he had the funds, Hill ignored her requests for verification and bank information.

    • STOLEN REFUND FROM ANOTHER ATTORNEY 

A check was sent to him from a New Jersey attorney, Richard Newman.  Hill was supposed to hold this check-in his trust account for Juravin. Juravin never received those funds.

    • STOLEN & PAWNED JURAVIN’S LAPTOP

  Andrew Hill was given a computer at the cost of almost $2,000 so he could be more productive. He sold Juravin’s computer and lied that he still uses it. 

    •  ANDREW HILL STOLE MONEY FROM DON JURAVIN’S CREDIT CARD

Andrew Hill admitted to using the business credit card for personal items, including at a pawn shop. Attached is the statement from the pawnshop in question. Juravin has reported this to the police and they also will turn it over to the State Attorney’s Office for investigation.

  1. Stole Juravin’s credit card identity, used his name Don Juravin, in KWIK PAWN & JEWELRY. 1027 S DILLARD ST, WINTER GARDEN, FL, 34787 407.614.5938
  1. Stole Juravin’s credit card identity several other times while Juravin was overseas. 

He threatened to kill himself if Juravin reported this incident to the police.  

Juravin is available to give you more evidence and testimony. This attorney is a disgrace for the Florida Bar. 

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LATEST GUN STATS: 85% OF THE WORLD’S 1 BILLION GUNS OWN BY CIVILIANS. NOT THE MILITARY, FINDS DON JURAVIN

Civilian gun pocession chart comparison - JURAVIN RESEARCH by Don Karl Juravin

“Guns” refers to firearms: small arms include handguns (revolvers and pistols) and long guns, such as rifles (of which there are many subtypes such as anti-material rifles, sniper rifles).

HOLY LAND MINISTRY conducted an extensive study (latest 2019) comparing firearms ownership around the world. 230 countries were compared. The research focused on the USA vs Euro-top vs. Israel

How many people in the world own guns?

Don Juravin answers that only 15% of guns in the world are in the hands of the military and law enforcement

Research Summary

Don Juravin reveals unconventional facts and news: 

85% of the world’s 1,013 billion firearms are in civilian hands. 

  • 850 million firearms are owned by civilians, not the military or law enforcement, according to Juravin. 
  • 393 million guns are owned by American citizens, according to studies
  • 120 firearms per 100 citizens in the United States, according to a BBC study.
  • 66% of gun owners in America own multiple firearms, not just one or two

 

USA

Guns range from crude craft-made handguns to collectible antiques and state-of-the-art automatic rifles. Civilian ownership is the fastest-growing category, as consumers buy more guns, while military and law enforcement holdings remain more stable and some of their weapons gradually shift into civilian hands.

EUROPE AND ISRAEL

The rest of the world does not put so much emphasis on guns as the United States. The United States’ weapon problem is a unique issue that European countries and Israel don’t suffer from. 

    • The world’s armed forces control 132 million firearms total. Juravin determined that this still leaves some 890 million firearms out in the world, controlled by civilians or criminals
    • In France, 12 million firearms are owned by citizens. There are 20 guns owned per 100 citizens.
    • Israel has 562,000 civilian-owned guns, and there are 7 guns owned per 100 citizens.

Estimated Civilians Firearms 

per 100 persons | 2018-2019 report

Civilian Guns Possention Comparison

Comparing USA Vs. Europe’s top countries (Germany, France, Italy) Vs. Israel

WINNER: Israel

      • Israel’s estimate of gun ownership is 4.94 times lower than the world average
      • Israel’s estimate of gun ownership is 17.99 times lower than USA
      • Israel’s estimate of gun ownership is 2.67 times lower than Euro-top

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Credits

Research DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3554534

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DON JURAVIN: HOW LAWMAKERS CAN ENCOURAGE AMERICANS TO VACCINATE

DON JURAVIN: HOW LAWMAKERS CAN ENCOURAGE AMERICANS TO VACCINATE

HOLY LAND MINISTRY (nonprofit) analyzed the universal problem that has hit Western Civilization: how do we get people to vaccinate their children? There have been a handful of legislative attempts but almost no avail. The anti-vaxx movement has been growing rapidly. More strenuous regulation is needed to solve the problem. 

Question: What can the United States government do to help enforce vaccines?

Juravin answers that politicians and legislators need to put more laws in place to stop the vaccine crisis. 

VACCINATION RESEARCH SUMMARY

  • 4 states require citizens to vaccinate their children, with no exceptions
  • In the past ten years, the number of parents “opting out” of vaccinations has quadrupled. 
  • 50 states require vaccinations in order for children to be entered into public schools. 
  • 17 states allow parents to “opt-out” for “philosophical reasons.” 
  • 28 percent of parents feel that vaccines hurt their children. 
  • Only 66 percent of parents in the United States believe their children should be vaccinated. 

With measles coming back with a vengeance in the United States of America, some states are starting to take action by creating bills that force parents to vaccinate their children-  even if they don’t believe in vaccines. Maine is one of four states thus far who is trying to fix things, alongside California, Mississippi and West Virginia. The bill has even gone so far as to not allow for religious or philosophical exemptions, which has many parents enraged.

The Hill reports that only a few days after the state of Maine saw its first case of measles in many years, Governor Janet Mills has supposedly already signed the bill, “ending most non-medical exemptions for mandatory childhood vaccines.” What this means is that it will now be up to doctors to determine if a child can go without vaccinations due to allergic reactions or other medical reasons. Juravin observes that many fear that this will cause a lot of issues, given it takes away partial rights of the parents to make the decision themselves. In addition, parents know that a medical exemption will probably not come easily. 

While overall vaccination rates have risen over the past 10 years, the number of parents opting out of all vaccines has quadrupled. This has led to several outbreaks and has chipped away at the country’s “herd immunity,” which protects the population as a whole — particularly the most vulnerable — from infectious diseases.

Juravin found that officials are struggling to reverse this trend and convince parents to vaccinate their children. Some state legislators are reconsidering the “philosophical exemption” opt-out (still available in 17 states), while others have broached the idea of allowing minors to be vaccinated without parental consent. Others have suggested that certain government services — such as access to public schools and certain welfare programs — be contingent on vaccinating a child.

Yet many of these policies would only affect cash-strapped families — those who depend on government assistance programs and rarely have a choice beyond public schools. It does not affect wealthier families that can afford private schools. There needs to be a broader way to force vaccinations

Families that rely on government assistance are just about as likely as wealthier Americans to make sure their children have the most common vaccinations. In California, the big clusters of children without vaccines live not in poorer ZIP codes, but in upscale locations like Sonoma and Marin counties.

SOLVING THE VACCINE EPIDEMIC

  • 764 cases of measles have been reported in the United States in the year 2019. 
  • The United States broke the previous record from 2014 for reported cases of measles. 
  • One unvaccinated child costs the state of Oregon $1 million in medical bills. 
  • 1.3 percent of children born in 2015 were not vaccinated.
  • 3.98 million children were born in 2015. 
  • 59,700 children were not vaccinated in 2015. 
  • This could cost $59.7 billion in medical bills. 

Legislation and business ideas are the way to fix the anti-vaxxing movement. Conservatives and liberals alike could embrace public policies that encourage everyone — poor and wealthy — to vaccinate their children. However, while these strategies might put in place the rubrics, they might fail to completely solve the problem. Society can address that in other ways. 

The pressures of money can eradicate part of the problem. Private health insurers should be allowed to impose a surcharge on parents who opt out of vaccines for non-medical reasons. Insurance always charges more when there is more risk of disease or injury. If there is a high chance that a child will get measles or whooping cough, it makes sense in terms of business to charge for the cost of treating that disease. 

According to Juravin, current federal law may forbid insurers from taking pre-existing conditions into account when setting rates, but it does allow them to consider whether an individual smokes — and to impose a surcharge on that individual. Like smoking, refusing to have a child vaccinated for a non-medical reason is choice and can have monumental financial costs — one unvaccinated boy in Oregon ran up medical bills over $1 million — meaning that a surcharge on such a decision is justified. 

Allowing insurers to impose non-vaccination surcharges would make evident the financial costs of not having a child vaccinated, potentially forcing parents to think twice before opting out. There should be more practical consequences to not vaccinating in order to make people ponder their decisions more fully. State regulations could limit surcharges to ensure they don’t put insurance itself out of parents’ reach. 

However, there needs to be more put in place for parents who can afford the insurance hike and the fines. People in a wealthier bracket are just as likely to avoid vaccinations, and just as susceptible to the anti-vaccination propaganda. In fact, one of the bigger outbreaks of measles was in Disneyland, California, where children from upper-class families who were not vaccinated spread the disease. 

Second, the federal government should fund and encourage states to set up and study vaccination-exemption monitoring programs modeled off existing efforts to monitor drug prescriptions. Currently, a tiny number of irresponsible doctors have embraced discredited theories about vaccines and offer “medical” exemptions to parents who simply ask for them. Unfortunately, there’s no way to spot these doctors, making them difficult to hold accountable. 

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Research DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3546465

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