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Tampa General Hospital not liable in 2009 malpractice case, appeals court affirms

By Quinten Plummer | Sep 18, 2016

TAMPA – Tampa General Hospital (TGH) is rightfully cleared of liability in a malpractice suit in which a patient at the hospital passed away on the operating table under the care of medical professionals contracted from the University of South Florida (USF), an appeals court affirmed recently.

Lawyer: Fight for Miami Shores couple's vegetable garden 'is not over'

By Quinten Plummer | Sep 16, 2016

MIAMI SHORES – Last month’s loss in a Florida circuit court won’t be the death of a case involving a South Florida couple whose 17 years of living off the land in their front yard were shut down by a local ordinance, according to a civil liberties law firm.

South Florida appeals court rules man with rare form of epilepsy is entitled to benefits

By Quinten Plummer | Sep 15, 2016

MIAMI – A South Florida appeals court has ruled in favor of state benefits for an adult suffering from a rare form of epilepsy.

Florida Supreme Court won't hear Tampa Chinese drywall case

By Quinten Plummer | Sep 11, 2016

TALLAHASSEE – It’s apparently the end of the road for a Tampa couple’s grievance with American Integrity Insurance and the company’s all-risk coverage after the Florida Supreme Court decline to hear a case placing the blame on the insurer for devastation caused by Chinese drywall.

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