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Family Wins $4.25M In Product Liability Suit Against Street Sweeper Maker

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

A city employee who was operating a street sweeper was killed on the job after the street sweeper vehicle malfunctioned. While he was enjoined from filing a lawsuit against his employer, his allegations were not against his employer. Instead, the family filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the manufacturer of the street sweeper and… Read More »

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Florida Man Sues Nursing Home For Financial Exploitation And Wrongful Death

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

A Florida man is suing an Iowa nursing home for the death of his aunt. Among the allegations leveled against the nursing home are accusations that one of the nurses stole thousands of dollars from the woman prior to her death. She is currently facing criminal charges related to that offense. However, the nursing… Read More »

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Lawsuit Filed After Teen Suffers Anaphylaxis At Panera

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

A Panera outlet was sued after they allegedly served a nut-riddled pastry that set off an allergic reaction. The mother just happened to be taking the teen to his doctor that day, and he was at the doctor’s office when he began showing symptoms. The teen was given Benadryl and several epinephrine shots. According… Read More »

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Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed Against Gentlemen’s Club

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

A recent lawsuit filed by a former employee of a gentlemen’s club shines a light on some of the differences between Florida law and other states. There are two elements to this lawsuit that would have prevented it from ever making it before a judge and both of these elements are important to understanding… Read More »

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Man Awarded $8 Million After Drinking Cleaning Solution

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

A man goes to a bar to catch a football game and asks for a sample of Honey Blond Ale. The bartender pours him a sample cup and the man takes a drink. He immediately begins suffering a burning sensation on his tongue, esophagus, and stomach. Within moments, he is in convulsions on the… Read More »

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Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed Against Police

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

These are becoming a lot more common. Either the family or an individual who is having a mental health episode calls the police. Police enter the fray and then kill the individual they are supposed to be helping. The family then files a lawsuit. It is a sad story with a similar refrain. However,… Read More »

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Understanding The Surfside Condo Settlement

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

98 people die in a building collapse and $1 billion dollars later, the matter is mostly settled. But grumbles concerning the case remain with insurers, engineers, and business advocates saying that the defendants got railroaded in the decision. Essentially, the defendants were held liable for knowing that the building was structurally unstable and not… Read More »

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$1 Billion Settlement In Surfside Collapse

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

A $1 billion settlement has been reached with various culpable parties in the Surfside Condo collapse that occurred last summer. It seems like a decade ago that this tragedy was making headlines with all the things that have happened in between. Today, the matter is resolved with the families of the deceased splitting the… Read More »

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Physician Sues Podiatrist Over Gangrene Amputation Injury

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

A physician seeking relief related to foot calluses and an ulceration ended up losing most of his leg after an infection set in. According to the physician, his podiatrist made several mistakes that ultimately cost him his leg. The physician continues to practice medicine, even as an amputee. However, his quality of life has… Read More »

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Judge: Subaru Must Face Spinal Injury Related To Airbag

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

A woman who was involved in a minor accident alleges that she suffered major injuries after her Subaru Outback’s airbag deployed too forcefully causing spine and neck injuries. Subaru tried to defeat the claim in summary dismissal, but a judge ruled that the plaintiff’s pleadings were strong enough to warrant a trial. The case… Read More »

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