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Blog Posts in October, 2016

  • Attorney Gregory S. d'Incelli Speaks About Drowning Accidents Aboard Cruise Ships

    About three years ago, Qwentyn Hunter, a six-year-old boy, and his parents, were heading to Miami aboard a Carnival cruise ship. One evening, before dinner, Qwentyn and his brother asked their father to take them to the cruise hot tub. The father agreed. While at the pool, the father engaged in conversation with a friend and became distracted. In just moments, the father and his friend witnessed a ...
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  • Construction Accident at Brickell High-Rise Kills 1, Injures Several Others

    Tragically, one death and multiple injuries occurred early Wednesday afternoon following a construction accident at a luxury Miami high-rise building. According to authorities, the incident occurred when scaffolding collapsed at the Echo Brickell building, a 60-story condominium near Southeast 14 th Lane and Brickell Avenue. As a result of the collapse, scaffolding and debris plummeted onto the ...
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  • Phil Freidin Featured in The Florida Bar Journal Article Regarding Justice Perry's Retirement

    Recently, The Florida Bar Journal released an article, “James E.C. Perry Justice Of The Florida Supreme Court,” announcing that Justice Perry will complete his judicial career in December due to “constitutional senility,” which mandates that judges must retire during the term they reach 70 years of age. Justice Perry served as an 18th Circuit judge for nine years followed by an additional eight ...
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  • Understanding Hospital Negligence in a Birth Injury Lawsuit

    Despite what many people think, a birth injury claim is not limited to surgeons or doctors. In fact, claims can also apply to entire health care facilities, anesthesiologists, nurses, and even pharmaceutical companies. In regards to medical malpractice actions, hospitals can be held responsible for their own negligence and “vicariously” responsible for the negligence of their staff. Understanding ...
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  • Should Edward Snowden Be Pardoned?

    According to a news article published by The New York Times, Edward Snowden, a former National Security Agent contractor, is now considered an outlaw after disclosing information about the secret documents that detailed the US’s mass surveillance programs. Although the president acknowledged the public debate that Snowden’s revelations provoked, he now faces possible espionage charges. His ...
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  • Whistleblower Lawsuit Accuses Visiting Nurse Service of New York of Fraud

    A recent article published by the New York Times reports that a whistleblower lawsuit has been brought against Visiting Nurse Service of New York for allegedly extracting hundreds of millions of dollars from Medicaid and Medicare through falsified billings and inadequately providing doctor-ordered care to patients. The suit was brought by a senior manager who worked for Visiting Nurse Service for ...
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