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Parkland Victims Capped at $300,000 in Sovereign Immunity Dispute

By Alan Goldfarb |

The families of those who were killed in the Parkland Shooting are challenging a ruling laid down that the Parkland School is protected from tort claims by sovereign immunity. Indeed, sovereign immunity has been in the news for a number of reasons lately. Not only was Jackson Memorial Hospital the beneficiary of sovereign immunity… Read More »

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Doctor Dre And Ice Cube Cleared Of Wrongdoing In Suge Knight Murder

By Alan Goldfarb |

The family of Terry Carter, a California businessman who was struck and killed by Suge Knight’s vehicle after an altercation broke out between Knight and onboard security for the 2015 documentary on NWA, has lost their ability to revive a wrongful death lawsuit. The documentary, called Straight outta Compton, detailed the supergroup’s arrival on… Read More »

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Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed In Everglades Plane Crash

By Alan Goldfarb |

The fatal Everglades plane crash that claimed the lives of four victims has generated its first lawsuit. The mother of a twenty-two-year-old killed in the incident has filed the first lawsuit against the Dean International Flight School, which the man was attending for instructional purposes. The crash was caused by a mid-air collision between… Read More »

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Florida Jury Awards Police Shooting Victim’s Family $4 In Wrongful Death Suit

By Alan Goldfarb |

Four years ago, Gregory Vaughn Jr. was shot three times by sheriff’s deputy Christopher Newman. The case had left no living witnesses other than the two sheriff’s deputies who were involved in the incident. His family subsequently filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the police officers who were called to the scene. The police… Read More »

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Understanding Your Rights If You Are Seriously Injured On A Cruise Ship

By Alan Goldfarb |

A young girl fell two stories from an interior deck on a Carnival Glory cruise ship while it was docked at PortMiami. The young girl’s injuries were so severe that she lost her life as a result of the fall, according to The Chicago Tribune. Unfortunately, serious accidents occur far more often than you… Read More »

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Margate Car Accident Results In Death Of Passenger

By Alan Goldfarb |

Losing a family member is a gut-wrenching, traumatic event that far too many people have to struggle with in and around Miami. The pain of the loss is especially visceral when the loss was caused by the careless or reckless actions of another individual. A prime example is the heartbreaking auto accident that occurred… Read More »

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Drunk Driver Causes Deadly Accident In Miami-Dade

By Alan Goldfarb |

Getting behind the wheel of a vehicle after consuming large quantities of alcohol is one of the most reckless and risky decisions any driver can make. Drunk driving can have deadly consequences, as illustrated by the tragic accident that occurred on 137th Avenue in Miami-Dade County. The driver of a 2016 Toyota was traveling… Read More »

Child Dies After Being Left In Van

By Alan Goldfarb |

The family of a two-year-old boy is struggling with a tragedy and searching for answers after the toddler was left inside a van in Miami and died. The van was in the parking lot of a child care and, according to reports, the child was left in the rear of the van and was… Read More »

Wrongful Death Lawsuits: Who Can Recover Damages?

By Alan Goldfarb |

A wrongful death lawsuit allows the survivors of an individual who died due to someone else’s negligence or carelessness to recover for their loss. A wrongful death lawsuit allows the deceased’s dependent family members to file a claim and seek monetary damages for their loss. If you have recently lost a loved one and… Read More »

Florida Supreme Court on Statutory Cap

By Alan Goldfarb |

The Florida Supreme Court’s recent decision in Plancher v. UCFA will impact the legal landscape of personal injury cases for years to come. In the case, the court overruled a trial judge’s decision that the University of Central Florida Athletics Association did not benefit from the statutory cap normally imposed on state agencies in… Read More »

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