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Airbag Recall Could Cost Takata up to $24 Billion
The largest auto recall in history carries with it a hefty price tag for the maker of the defective airbags that could eject metal shrapnel...
- Mar 31, 2016
5 Things You Shouldn't Do After a Car Accident
Last week’s multi-vehicle crash on the I-4, which involved a semi tractor-trailer and four other vehicles, injured four drivers and demolished eight sections of concrete...
- Mar 30, 2016
OSHA Cracks Down on Rampant Workplace Safety Violations
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) authorities are cracking down on local companies that have repeatedly violated the agency’s workplace safety rules and regulations. However,...
- Mar 29, 2016
110-Ton Crane Collapses in All Aboard Construction Site
Workers at the All Aboard West Palm Beach station construction site narrowly escaped death recently when a 100-ton crane collapsed while they were working, according...
- Mar 29, 2016
Former Surgical Technician at Swedish Medical Center Placed Patients at Risk of Blood Disease
Surgical patients at Swedish Medical Center in Englewood, Colorado, may have contracted bloodborne pathogens such as HIV and hepatitis while at the hospital, according to...
- Mar 26, 2016
New Florida Law Permits Breaking Into Vehicles to Save People and Pets
Have you ever seen a helpless dog stuck in a car on a sweltering day? We’re happy to say all dogs in Florida, including Emma...
- Mar 24, 2016
Brokers Beware: A Violated Sales Agreement May Be Grounds for a Lawsuit
A home is the most valuable asset most people will ever buy or sell, surpassed only, in some cases, by the sale or purchase of...
- Mar 23, 2016
Jury Awards Nearly $500 Million to Victims of Johnson & Johnson Hip Implant
Consumers won a huge victory last week when a Dallas jury awarded five plaintiffs nearly $500 million in a suit against Johnson & Johnson. The...
- Mar 22, 2016
Florida Revamps Death Penalty Process in Wake of SCOTUS Decision
In response to a January decision by the U.S. Supreme Court Hurst v. Florida which declared Florida’s death penalty laws unconstitutional, state Governor Rick Scott...
- Mar 21, 2016
Morgan & Morgan Wins Million Dollar Jury Verdict for Orlando Man Injured by Falling Tree
We’re proud to announce a big victory for one of our clients! Matt Morgan was able to obtain a $1.165 million jury award for an...
- Mar 19, 2016
Florida Whistleblower Exposes Healthcare Fraud
Recently unsealed court documents have revealed allegations that the insurance company Humana Inc. is guilty of committing healthcare fraud. Humana controls Medicare Advantage health plans...
- Mar 17, 2016
IRS Warns Public to Lookout for Phone Scams During Tax Season
It’s everyone’s favorite time of the year, tax season! Tax season typically involves digging up old receipts, trips to the accountant, and making sure you’ve...
- Mar 16, 2016
Home Depot Settles Class Action Lawsuit Over 2014 Data Breach
Home Depot has agreed to pay $19.5 million to settle a class action lawsuit on behalf of more than 50 million U.S. consumers who had...
- Mar 14, 2016
Florida Legislature Passes Limited Medical Marijuana Bill
A bill expanding the pool of patients eligible for medical marijuana in Florida reached the desk of Governor Rick Scott this week. The bill (HB...
- Mar 12, 2016
Highway Safety Group Report Gives Florida “Danger” Rating
The annual report from the Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety identifies Florida as one of the worst states in the country for driving safety....
- Mar 10, 2016