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Widow of tow truck driver sues over deadly fall onto I-95
Neglected: Even when staffs cause patient deaths, Florida nursing homes face few penalties

Greg Yaffa is representing a victim of nursing home abuse that led to wrongful death.

When 81-year-old Dolly Moore became lethargic and lost her appetite, nurses at Parklands Rehabilitation & Nursing Center in Gainesville said there was nothing wrong

Her children were told to accept that their mother’s worsening dementia triggered the symptoms. Moore was not ill. Her lab results were normal, nurses insisted.

But they were wrong. Moore’s lab results showed a severe infection raging in her body.

John Gentile struggled to breathe, died after less than a day at Palm Garden of Aventura

News about a recent nursing home abuse wrongful death at Palm Garden of Aventura.

Expecting Mothers Signing Rights Away Before Delivery

Sean Domnick comments on a program designed to cut down on malpractice insurance premiums and it’s impact on patients who sign away their right to sue doctors and hospitals.

PBSC ordered to pay $2.7 million to woman injured in “horrific” fall

Jeanmarie Whalen represented a client who was injured in a horrific fall injury.

Fla. Justices Restore Bad Faith Finding Against Geico

Information on a recent case result involving the Florida Supreme Court and insurance company Geico.

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