Babbitt Johnson's Joseph Osborne represented the lead plaintiff as four women pursued their claims against Boston Scientific in a bellwether transvaginal mesh trial.
Scott Schlesinger, Steven Hammer and Jonathan Gdanski told the jury that Philip Morris and Liggett Group hid information about the health dangers of their cigarettes.
A Miami-Dade jury has awarded $3.6 million to the family of an Italian Carnival Cruise Lines electrician who died in 2005 of lung cancer after allegedly being exposed to asbestos.
Bruce Glotzer and Matthew Kobren showed their client would need two or three knee replacements after she was injured on a slippery sidewalk outside of a Catholic church.
Miami attorney David Deehl secures a $22.7 million verdict for a boy who suffered severe brain injury when he was hit by a Chevrolet Suburban.
Janpaul Portal and Juan Bauta of the Ferraro Law Firm won a $5.67 million verdict on behalf of a Miami widow whose husband died of asbestosis in 2013 at 88.
Weston attorney Eric A. Falk scored a $6.5 million verdict for a handyman who was injured when a 400-pound iron gate fell on him.
The legal team put together the $13 million sale in bankruptcy court for the widow of a prominent Boca Raton developer.
Fort Lauderdale attorneys Marcella Auerbach and Jeb White helped reach a $36.7 million settlement on behalf of a whistleblower in a California medical billing case.
Miami attorneys were part of a legal team that defeated a request for more than $4 million in damages in an asbestos case.
A Miami-Dade widow was awarded $13.5 million because of her husband's addiction and death from smoking R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. products.