Losing More Than Four Fingers

This week, Florida’s Third District Court of Appeal dismissed the case of Ernesto Vallejos, a forklift operator who was injured while working at Miami International Airport as an employee of Professional Aviation Management, Inc., which provided workers to load and unload cargo for Lan Cargo. On the day of the accident, Mr. Vallejos was driving [Read More]

Sexually Assaulted in Hotel’s Spa

Rabie Cortez, a California woman on a vacation in Mexico, was sexually assaulted during a complimentary massage.  She was in Cancun as part of a carefully orchestrated sales and marketing package tour commonly used by the timeshare industry to seduce potential customers into purchasing prepaid vacation plans.  She filed a lawsuit against the Moon Palace [Read More]

Suing a Florida Hospital For Not Preventing a Suicide

The unexpected suicide of a friend, coworker or loved one leaves many wondering why? New research in the American Journal of Public Health reports suicides have surpassed car crashes as the nation's leading cause of injury-related death. According to the CDC's latest published report, there were 34,598 reported suicide deaths in the United States with [Read More]