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The Campaign to Legalize Medical Marijuana in Florida

UPDATE: The hard work of John Morgan and United for Care, and all supporters of medical marijuana, has paid off. In November 2016, Floridians voted...

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  • Aug 16, 2013

C.R. Bard Ordered to Pay $2 Million in First Federal Vaginal Mesh Verdict

A jury has ordered medical device manufacturer C.R. Bard Inc. to pay $2 million to a woman who filed suit after allegedly suffering serious injuries...

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  • Aug 16, 2013

Over-the-Phone Arrest Threats Scam Victims out of Thousands

Consumers across the country have recently received phone calls from “police officers,” who claim there is  a warrant out for their arrest—unless they agree to...

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  • Aug 15, 2013

Large Sinkhole Partially Collapses Resort Villa Near Disney World

Hundreds of vacationers were displaced late Sunday night near Walt Disney World after a massive sinkhole sparked a chain reaction of broken windows and cracking...

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  • Aug 14, 2013

Morgan & Morgan Attorney Helps Winter Haven Man Sue to Stop Robocalls

Thanks to the efforts of Morgan & Morgan debt harassment attorney Billy Howard in federal court, one man’s ongoing robocalling nightmare has finally come to...

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  • Aug 13, 2013

Passion, Not Politics, Behind Medical Marijuana Campaign Efforts

In front of a room full of the state’s political heavyweights in Tallahassee last week, John Morgan’s words describing the motives behind his staunch support...

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  • Aug 6, 2013

Study: Most Malpractice Claims Result from Drug Errors, Missed Diagnoses

A new review has concluded that most medical malpractice claims filed against primary care physicians stem from drug errors and missed diagnoses, U.S. News has...

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  • Jul 25, 2013

Disney, Publix Look to Cut Size of Lawsuit Awards for Injured Patrons

Two of Florida’s largest corporations are looking to save themselves and other frequently-sued companies millions by attempting to limit the size of medical damages awarded...

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  • Jul 17, 2013

Suit Alleges New Law Made Computers, Smartphones Illegal - By Accident

Florida legislators meant well in passing a law meant to halt rampant online gambling by banning Internet cafes, but a poor choice of words may...

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  • Jul 16, 2013

Judge Awards More than $90M in Fees in Black Farmers Class Action

Now that the historic $1.2 billion settlement begins to be divided amongst the black farmers involved in the high-profile discrimination class action against the U.S....

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  • Jul 12, 2013

Your Rights After an Airplane Crash

Many questions exist in the aftermath of the crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 last week, in which two people were killed and roughly 50...

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  • Jul 10, 2013

New Legal Pathway May Help Medtronic Users Get Their Day in Court

Although hundreds of patients implanted with Medtronic’s Infuse spinal bone graft device have suffered serious complications, not a single lawsuit has made it court. That...

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  • Jul 10, 2013

United for Care to Petition for Medical Marijuana Amendment in Florida

With John Morgan leading the charge, United for Care has said they will petition Florida’s Secretary of State in the 2014 election to add an...

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  • Jul 9, 2013

FDA First: Four New Tobacco Products Rejected for Sale

Thanks to previously unused authority granted by a recent law, the FDA has rejected the sale of four new tobacco products, a first for the...

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  • Jul 3, 2013

Diabetes Assoc. Calls for Pharmaceutical Cos. to Review Incretin Therapy

The American Diabetes Association (the Association) is calling for all pharmaceutical companies that develop or market incretin-based medications taken by Type 2 diabetics to make...

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  • Jun 28, 2013