Coral Gables attorneys Christopher Marlowe and Douglas McCarron win a $3.25 million settlement for the family of a man killed while delivering food to an apartment complex.
Attorney Scott Wagner said the case was "the most personally rewarding verdict I've ever had," noting that the judgment goes to a widow with daughters who are 4 and 5 years old.
The jury sided with the Stearns Weaver attorneys in a medical malpractice lawsuit filed by a commercial pilot who claimed a career-ending surgical injury at Cleveland Clinic Florida.
A judge reverses a jury award in a case involving two medical collections service companies.
Michael Josephs and Adam Josephs of the Josephs Law Firm were the local counsel for Marjan Mazza, a fired Miami-Dade Transit worker who helped expose fraud to the federal government.
Luis Salazar and Neha Dagley focused on the minutiae when they aimed to recover principal plus interest, fees and real estate taxes in a foreclosure case for Sabadell United Bank.
Agreements by city and federal agencies award money to the family of a 28-year-old father of two who was shot to death after leaving a bar in a traffic stop by an anti-gang task force.
Eric Rosen, Alex Alvarez, Kimberly Wald and Todd McPharlin were part of a team to win $11.6 million in punitive damages against Philip Morris.
David Bennett, Lawrence Chandler and Carlos Bodden argued that a Methodist church created a blind spot buy creating a driveway from part of a parking lot.
Coral Gables attorney Christopher Marlowe won the settlement from Greystar Management on a negligent security claim following the slaying of a tenant by another tenant at a Plantation apartment complex.
A West Palm Beach jury slammed medical concierge service MDVIP Inc. with an $8.4 million medical malpractice verdict for undiagnosed vascular disease, which led to an amputation.
Alan Kluger, along with Terri Meyers, both of Kluger Kaplan, won more than $2 million for a businessman who loaned a company $1.67 million only find the company had disappeared when the loan matured.
Jason Weisser and Michael Overbeck called six witnesses, including their client, who gave emotional testimony about his concern over how he would care for his family following a neck injury from a car accident.
Babbitt Johnson's Joseph Osborne represented the lead plaintiff as four women pursued their claims against Boston Scientific in a bellwether transvaginal mesh trial.