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Blog Posts in 2018

  • Attorney Jonathan E. Freidin Obtains $450,000 Settlement for Client in Insurance Bad Faith Case

    Attorney Jonathan Freidin recently obtained a $450,000 settlement in a third-party insurance bad faith case against a major auto insurance company. This settlement paid by the insurance company was in excess of the $10,000 insurance policy carried by the negligent driver. While the insurance company resisted the claim, arguing that the case was a “trap” by the plaintiff’s lawyer in the underlying ...
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  • Cerebral Palsy: Frequently Asked Questions

    Cerebral palsy is a group of movement disorders that occurs as the result of brain damage before, during, or shortly after birth, and it can have far-reaching consequences for children and their families. As birth injury attorneys who fight on behalf of victims across Florida, our Miami trial lawyers at Freidin Brown, P.A. have experience handling cases involving birth injuries like cerebral ...
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  • Medical Malpractice Laws & Statutory Rules in Florida: What Victims Need to Know

    Florida has written laws that define the rights of victims who suffer injuries and damages as a result of medical malpractice, as well as procedural rules regarding how these cases are handled. While victims have the right to seek justice and financial compensation after being harmed by substandard medical care, the process of filing an effective medical malpractice lawsuit and securing a positive ...
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  • Pedestrian Killed By Self-Driving Uber Vehicle in Arizona

    A woman was killed by a self-driving car being tested by Uber in Tempe, AZ at approximately 10 p.m. on Sunday, March 18. This is believed to be the first pedestrian death connected to automated vehicles. Uber suspended their vehicle testing in Tempe, as well as in Toronto, San Francisco, CA, and Pittsburgh, PA in response to the crash. The ridesharing company is not the only company testing these ...
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  • The Issue of Holding Schools Liable for Injuries to Students

    In the aftermath of the tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, our firm has received inquiries into the obligations and duties of schools and educators to safeguard children, and whether schools even have a duty to students. The answer is yes: Florida law imposes a duty on schools to take reasonable steps to protect the safety of students and a negligent ...
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  • Pedestrian Bridge Collapse in Miami Kills at Least One Person

    Officials report that at least one person was killed after a pedestrian bridge collapsed on Florida International University on March 15. "There are eight vehicles that are trapped underneath as far as we know and we are going to try and get to them as quickly as we can,” said Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez on Wednesday. The bridge cost approximately $14.2 million to build, and was constructed ...
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  • Did the Marlins Make a False Claim?

    As reported in the Miami Herald , the sale of the Miami Marlins by former owner Jeffrey Loria in September of 2017 potentially triggered a windfall for Miami-Dade. A clause in the 2009 profit-sharing deal between the ballclub and Miami-Dade supposedly required the team to provide 5 percent of sale proceeds to the city. But an accounting statement released following the sale of the club for $1.2 ...
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