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Blog Posts in December, 2013

  • Questions about safety and effectiveness of antibacterial soap

    Most of us have at least a few bottles of antibacterial soap around the house. We've come to rely on it to help kill germs that can make us sick. That's why some recent news from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has a lot of people concerned. The FDA has announced that not only is there no evidence that these soaps do anything to get rid of germs, but they may in fact make us sick. The key ...
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  • Does Florida high court ruling signal changes to malpractice law?

    As we have discussed here previously, Florida's medical malpractice laws have been a source of legislative and legal debate in recent years. One source of conflict between groups like the Florida Medical Association and trial lawyers has been the restrictions placed on expert witnesses from outside the state who testify in medical malpractice cases. A 2011 law mandated a special certification ...
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  • Firm News: Philip Freidin & Joel Brown Featured In Daily Business Review

    After 28 years apart, Philip Freidin and Joel Brown, of Freidin Brown, P.A., reunited to win a $1.44 verdict on behalf of a man injured in a trucking accident. Freidin and Brown are childhood friends, who last worked a case together in 1985 when they were co-counsel for the parents of Mercedes Soto, a 12-year-old girl who died after a doctor failed to diagnose a burst blood vessel in her brain. ...
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  • Florida parents win settlement in lightning strike case

    It might seem at first glance when someone is killed by lightning that it is an "Act of God." However, as attorneys for the parents of a Florida boy who suffered this fate while at football practice showed, there was more to it than that. The Southern Baptist church with which his school is affiliated has settled a wrongful death suit . The incident happened last year when the 11-year-old was ...
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  • Miami Gardens Police Sued For Civil Rights Violations Again

    After being sued in federal court for alleged civil right violations and police discrimination weeks ago, the city of Miami Gardens and its police department are once again accused of violating civil rights. The city and two police officers, Randy Carpenter and Michael Horn, are being sued by Michael Asia, who accuses the two officers of beating him up without cause and denying him medical ...
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