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Monthly Archives: November 2018

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U.S. Supreme Court Allows Wrongful Death Claim against Police & City to Move Forward

By Jeff Brown |

At the end of October, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal by a state concerning a lower court’s decision on a wrongful death lawsuit brought over a 2013 fatal police shooting. The Court’s refusal to hear the case not only means that this particular wrongful death lawsuit in connection with a… Read More »

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GavelBooks

New Information Released On FIU Bridge Collapse & Culpability

By Jeff Brown |

We’ve previously discussed the tragedy that occurred with the Florida International University bridge collapse that dominated news headlines in the spring of this year: Emergency crews recovered the bodies of six victims that were killed after the bridge broke into pieces and came crashing down on the cars stopped underneath it, leaving a number… Read More »

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Legal_MedMal

Widower Appeals Ban On Military Injury & Wrongful Death Lawsuits to U.S. Supreme Court

By Jeff Brown |

Losing a loved one due to negligence, medical malpractice and/or medical errors is difficult enough without also having to deal with those responsible for your loss blocking you from obtaining any kind of information whatsoever as to what happened to your loved one. And yet, that is what one man—a Navy Lieutenant—who lost his… Read More »

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How a Criminal Defense Attorney Can Help In Your Case

By Jeff Brown |

Following an arrest, many individuals are understandably confused and concerned about how to proceed, especially if they have not had prior experience with the Florida criminal justice system. Some people facing criminal charges may not believe that they need an attorney and may try to handle their case on their own. However, no matter… Read More »

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