DAYTONA BEACH — A Florida appeal court has reversed part of a summary judgment from a Brevard County Circuit Court and ruled that a former Disney Cruise Line employee's claims for maintenance and cure under general maritime law can move forward.
The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has cited two Florida commercial and residential roofing companies for exposing employees to struck-by and fall hazards at a Greenacres, Florida, worksite
Attorney General Ashley Moody is recognizing October as National Domestic Violence Awareness Month by releasing information and resources for victims. Domestic violence affects thousands of Floridians every year, regardless of gender, race, religion, culture and status.
LAKELAND — Florida's Second District Court of Appeal has ruled that a trial court misinterpreted case precedent when it denied a woman attorney fees and costs in her litigation with Florida Insurance Guaranty Association over a sinkhole claim.
TALLAHASSEE — The First District Court of Appeal has upheld a Leon County Circuit Court's ruling that granted a woman's dating violence injunction against her former boyfriend who struck her in the face and who ignored continued warnings to stop his harassment and stalking.
The Pinellas Circuit Court reported the following activities in the suit brought by American Builders and Contractors Supply Co. against Birdget N Curtis, James M Curtis and Residential Investment Group Inc. on Oct. 17.
The Pinellas Circuit Court reported the following activities in the suit brought by Freda Ann Marie Brooks and Jeffrey Brooks against Hertz Vehicles LLC, Shannon Wheeler and Sonya Lynn Sallak on Oct. 18.