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Tiger Woods’ Restaurant Now Implicated in Cover Up

By Charles J. Gillette |

Attorneys for the family of Nicholas Immesberger are claiming that Tiger Woods’ restaurant deleted surveillance footage of Immesberger drinking at the bar the night he died in a one-car accident. Immesberger, a former employee of the bar, got loaded after his shift and then attempted to drive home. While typical cases involving this type… Read More »

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Jury Awards $495M To Jacksonville Woman in Wrongful Death Suit

By Charles J. Gillette |

Kalil McCoy, a 20-year-old Jacksonville woman, was shot and killed after she had gotten into an argument with Frederick Wade. Wade was among four others who were driving in the car that day when he claims his weapon “accidentally” discharged killing McCoy. Wade was eventually convicted of second-degree murder and sentenced to 45 years… Read More »

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Pro Se Litigant Loses Wrongful Death Lawsuit

By Charles J. Gillette |

A plaintiff who lost her daughter on a Royal Caribbean Cruise filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the company and ended up getting the case dismissed with prejudice. In other words, not only was her case tossed out of court, the dismissal is binding and she cannot refile the case. This, of course, is… Read More »

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Vaccine Compensation Fund Pays Out Millions Each Year

By Charles J. Gillette |

Vaccines are a topic that is teeming with misinformation. Everyone has at least one friend who shares memes on social media declaring that vaccines cause autism or a host of other serious disorders. Meanwhile, health officials, in response to this misinformation need to present a unified front that vaccines are safe for everybody. Vaccines… Read More »

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Florida Enacts Anti-Hazing Law Amid Wrongful Death Lawsuit

By Charles J. Gillette |

The family of Andrew Coffey has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Pi Kappa Phi after a hazing ritual allegedly cost him his life. Family members claim that Coffey died as a result of alcohol poisoning after being encouraged by other fraternity members to imbibe dangerous quantities of alcohol. In addition to the civil… Read More »

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Scooter Injuries at Disney World Spawn Lawsuits

By Charles J. Gillette |

In case you haven’t been to Disney World in a while, scooters have become a pretty big deal there. By the time the park has opened at 9 am, half the scooters are already gone. More folks bring scooters into the park that they’ve either rented elsewhere or purchased themselves. For the renters, you… Read More »

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Tesla Targeted in Autonomous Vehicle Wrongful Death Lawsuit

By Charles J. Gillette |

The family the driver of a Tesla Model X is suing the company after their loved one died in a crash that occurred while the autopilot was engaged. The family is claiming that the autopilot was defective and resulted in the crash that took the life 38-year-old Walter Huang. On March 23, 2018, Walter… Read More »

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Jury Verdict Goes Against Harry Reid in Exercise Band Injury Lawsuit

By Charles J. Gillette |

Former Senator Harry Reid lost his bid to sue the maker of an exercise band after he could not establish that it was the company’s exercise band that he was using when the injury occurred. According to Reid, his son inexplicably disposed of the exercise band that Reid claims caused severe injuries including blindness… Read More »

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Family Targets Scooter Manufacturer After Death of Woman

By Charles J. Gillette |

The family of a woman who was broadsided by a car while riding an e-scooter is suing the manufacturer of the scooter for her extreme injuries. The 27-year-old woman suffered severe injuries and is currently fighting for her life in a coma. Doctors say that she is in a persistent vegetative state. The woman’s… Read More »

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Off-Duty Deputy Runs Stop Sign and Injures UCF Student

By Charles J. Gillette |

An off-duty police officer who confessed to running a stop sign caused a brain injury to UCF student Farrah Fox who was beginning her sophomore year of college. Fox got a ride from a friend when were hit by a truck traveling at 53 mph. The truck ran a stop sign and crashed into… Read More »

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