Miami attorneys Jason Mazer and Cary Steklof at Ver Ploeg & Lumpkin get AIG to pony up $6 million in a bankruptcy settlement on a directors and officers insurance claim.
Ramon Abadin and his colleagues from Sedgwick joined Robert Newton Harris in winning a defense verdict for Howden Insurance and Hemispheric Reinsurance.
Todd Rosen, Christian Searcy and Jack Scarola won a $10 million jury verdict on behalf of Astley Simms, who has been confined to a wheelchair since a 2012 traffic accident.
Jonathan Weiss and Mike Brand defended a 90-year-old motorist from a claim he struck an 80-year-old pedestrian and caused her permanent disability.
Carl Bober and Donna Waters Romero guided a jury to the decision that Horizons West Condominium No. 8 Association did not meet its burden of proving Citizens was not prejudiced against a roof that needed repair after Hurricane Wilma.
James J. Nosich and John Lukacs Jr. persuaded a Miami jury to side with a physician in a businessman's lawsuit claiming he was misdiagnosed with an ankle sprain when he had a serious blood vessel disorder.
Edward Blumberg, John Kelner and Burt Redlus defended a team of healthcare providers from claims of a misdiagnosis and a misperformed spinal tap that a Cooper City nurse claimed left her legally blind and unable to drive and makes her bump into things and need a cane to walk in public.
Jeanmarie Whalen and Fred Cunningham of Slawson Cunningham Whalen & Gaspari in Palm Beach Gardens helped a cyclist in retirement who was struck by a car door get a jury award of $3 million for his injuries.
Jeffrey Sloman and Allan B. Kaiser of Ferraro Law Firm won for their client who started smoking at 8 in the first Florida case where cigarettes were found to cause heart disease.
Sagi Shaked and Joel Roth helped a jury find Florida Power & Light 100 percent at fault for injuries sustained by an elderly couple who struck a service truck that was parked at dusk in a street during a power outage without hazard warning devices.
Miami attorneys Ronald Weil and Mary Olszewska land a $12.5 million award for a Tavares man who was molested by a minister hired by the Florida Baptist Convention.
Samuel T. Hill of Hill & Lemongello successfully argued that his client was unaware of a bumper cover that fell off his car and ended up causing a fatal car wreck.
Steven Lubell and Julia Ingle helped defend physicians against claims of negligence in a woman's death from a massive pulmonary embolism.
The Rivkind & Margulies attorney represented a Haitian national who injured his back while performing his cleaning duties on the Jewel of the Seas.