Annie Hunt News

Woman sues AutoNation and MetLife, alleging ERISA violation

By Annie Hunt | Feb 7, 2016

FORT LAUDERDALE — A woman is suing an auto dealer and insurance company for life insurance benefits on behalf of a deceased former employee.

O-B House allegedly failed to pay servers minimum wage or OT

By Annie Hunt | Feb 7, 2016

FORT LAUDERDALE — Three former servers at O-B House are suing the restaurant for allegations of unpaid wages and overtime compensation.

Woman alleges Standard Insurance randomly denied disability claims

By Annie Hunt | Feb 7, 2016

GAINESVILLE — A Florida woman is suing a national insurance company alleging arbitrary denial of her long- and short-term disability claims.

Former Alpha Windows & Doors employee sues for allegedly unpaid wages

By Annie Hunt | Feb 5, 2016

MIAMI – A former employee is suing Alpha Windows & Doors, alleging he worked for nearly two months without receiving minimum wage or overtime compensation.

Florida company sues Ideeli Inc. for patent infringement claims

By Annie Hunt | Feb 4, 2016

MIAMI — A Florida company is suing Ideeli Inc. over allegations of patent infringement regarding tracking and notification technologies.

Man claims debt-collection harassment sparked breakdown

By Annie Hunt | Feb 3, 2016

FORT MYERS — A Florida man is suing Portfolio Recovery Associates, alleging the debt collection company harassed him over the phone to the point of mental breakdown.

Company accused of withholding petitions

By Annie Hunt | Feb 3, 2016

MIAMI — A not-for-profit company is suing PCI Consultants Inc., alleging the corporation is withholding petitions for solar power initiatives in breach of its contract.

Woman claims security company violated FMLA

By Annie Hunt | Feb 2, 2016

A former employee of a security company is suing the company for allegedly violating her rights under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and causing her to resign.

Florida woman accuses former husband of fraud, concealment of assets

By Annie Hunt | Feb 2, 2016

A Florida woman is suing her former husband, alleging he concealed information during divorce proceedings.

Nightclub chain accuses Rhino Doughnuts and Coffee of trademark infringement

By Annie Hunt | Feb 2, 2016

MIAMI — A chain of adult nightclubs and restaurants is suing Rhino Doughnuts and Coffee, alleging trademark infringement.

Woman takes claim against CitiMortgage to federal court

By Annie Hunt | Feb 1, 2016

MIAMI — Florida woman is removing a claim against CitiMortgage Inc. to a federal court, alleging violation of federal real estate law.

Wells Fargo Bank seeks removal of allegations to US District Court

By Annie Hunt | Jan 31, 2016

PALM BEACH — Wells Fargo Bank seeks to remove a lawsuit to federal court, citing allegations of federal law as reason for removal.

Man claims Pasha LLC failed to provide overtime and workers' compensation

By Annie Hunt | Jan 31, 2016

MIAMI — A former forklift operator is suing Pasha LLC for their alleged failure to pay overtime wages and violation of workers’ compensation laws.

Warehouse worker sues Dukes Transportation for alleged unpaid wages

By Annie Hunt | Jan 31, 2016

MIAMI — Dukes Transportation is being sued by an employee for allegations of unpaid overtime wages.

Mother blames Royal Caribbean Cruises for her son's slip-and-fall injuries

By Annie Hunt | Jan 31, 2016

MIAMI — A mother is suing Royal Caribbean Cruises, alleging her son fell and injured himself as a result of negligence aboard the Quantum of the Seas.

Woman blames Carnival cruise line for alleged slip-and-fall injuries

By Annie Hunt | Jan 31, 2016

MIAMI — A passenger aboard the cruise ship Carnival Magic is suing Carnival for claims that their negligence caused her to fall and injure herself.

Former window installation worker sues employer for alleged unpaid wages

By Annie Hunt | Jan 31, 2016

MIAMI — A former employee is suing Alpha Windows & Doors, alleging he worked for nearly two months without receiving minimum wage or overtime compensation.

Insurance and inspection companies claim they are not liable for man's injuries

By Annie Hunt | Jan 31, 2016

MIAMI — A North Carolina insurance company, in defense of their client, CPM Real Estate Inspections Inc., claims they are not liable for a man who fell off a balcony and injured himself.

Voltstar Technologies claims L & L Wings infringed on battery charger patent

By Annie Hunt | Jan 31, 2016

WEST PALM BEACH — An Illinois technology corporation is suing L & L Wings Inc. for alleged violations of U.S. Patent Law regarding a design for a battery charger.

Woman sues Santa Fe News & Espresso, alleging FLSA violation

By Annie Hunt | Jan 31, 2016

MIAMI — A former employee of Santa Fe News & Espresso is suing the parent corporation for allegations of unpaid overtime compensation.

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