Category Archives: In The News
Jonathan Freidin Byline in Daily Business Review: Victims of Medical Malpractice Could be Left Without Options Due to These Process Changes
Published on 08/22/2023. This new process—which addresses a problem that many say did not exist—demonstrates the current Supreme Court’s increased scrutiny of medical malpractice lawsuits that will result in more delays and higher costs for litigants. Read the full article here.
Jonathan Freidin Byline in Community Newspapers: Empowering Change: Freidin Brown, P.A. and SAVE Partner to offer the Fifth Annual Social Justice Scholarship Program
Published on 06/28/2023. Florida has led the nation in divisive debates and legislative actions that have threatened the rights and well-being of LGBTQ individuals. In such an environment, fostering educational opportunities for marginalized communities has become paramount. Thus the significance of my law firm, Freidin Brown, and SAVE’s annual scholarship program cannot be overstated…. Read More »
Jonathan Freidin in Miami Herald: A Miami Jury Said a Screw was Worth $902,000 After a Doctor Left it Inside a Patient
Published on 09/08/2022. A screw left in a Hialeah Gardens woman’s spinal canal after back surgery was worth $902,000, a jury ruled, after a medical malpractice trial in Miami-Dade civil court last month. Read the full article here.
Philip Freidin in Daily Business Review: Miami Attorneys Land $15.5M Jury Verdict for Paralyzed Victim
Published on 08/18/2022. “It is important for lawyers to stay on their message and not to get distracted by all of the little issues that the defense raises,” said Philip Freidin, a partner at Freidin Brown. Read the full article here.
Published on 06/13/2022. Attorneys who worked to secure settlements topping $1 billion in the collapse of a beachfront Florida condominium building in which 98 people died are requesting about $100 million in fees and costs, according to a new court filing. Read the full article here.
Published on 06/13/2022. The lawyers who handled a class action suit stemming from the deadly Surfside condo collapse in 2021 want $100 million in fees for 34,000 hours of work, according to a new filing. Read the full article here.
Jonathan Freidin in WFLA: Bradley Hulett Family Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed Against Gun Manufacturer
Published on 12/20/2021. Bradley Hulett’s father has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the manufacturer of the gun used in a shooting two years ago that killed his 15-year-old son. Read the full article here.
Jonathan Freidin in Fox 13 News: Bradley Hulett’s Family Suing Maker of ‘Dangerous and Defective’ Gun that Killed Boy in 2019
Published on 12/17/2021. A new lawsuit has been filed in the shooting death of Bradley Hulett. The 15-year-old’s family is shifting focus from the person who was holding the gun, to the company that made the gun. Read the full article here.
Philip Freidin in Daily Business Review: 12 Years, 4 Trials, $5 Million Verdict: After Long Fight, Miami Attorneys Persuade Jury in Engle Litigation
Published on 11/23/2021. “This case is about persistence,” said Philip Freidin, a partner at Freidin Brown. “The four cases are part of the experience here. Two for us, four for her. And the takeaway is that these cases are winnable.” Read the full article here.
Published on 11/18/2021. R.J. Reynolds was hit with a $5 million verdict Tuesday for the role jurors found the company and its Camel cigarettes played in the lung cancer death of a Florida man. Morse v. R.J. Reynolds, 2008-CA-006848. Read the full article here.