CLEARWATER — A Pinellas County customer is suing TJ Maxx, alleging the department store chain's negligence and premises liability led to injuries for the plaintiff.
CLEARWATER — A St. Petersburg property owner is suing a licensed insurer, alleging breach of an insurance policy.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (Legal Newsline) - The latest wave of state lawsuits over the opioid crisis illustrates sharp differences emerging in how governments litigate these cases, both in whom they choose to sue and whether private lawyers stand to get a piece of the action.
An individual is suing Liberty Mutual Insurance and Rainbow International of St. Petersburg for alleged breach of contract, negligence, and unjust enrichment.
Parents are suing Bright Horizons Children’s Centers LLC and its employee, Jayrico Hamilton, for alleged battery, negligence, sexual abuse and liability.
A hotel guest is suing Choice Hotels International Inc. d/b/a Quality Inn & Suites and Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Company for alleged negligence.
ST. LOUIS — A circuit court jury on Thursday awarded $70 million in damages over a woman’s claims that using Johnson & Johnson’s products containing talc, such as baby powder, contributed to her ovarian cancer.
DELAND – Jurors spent less than an hour to rule in favor of R.J. Reynolds, a tobacco company recently blamed for the death of a former Florida health department worker.
JACKSONVILLE – A new report released Aug. 23 by a Harvard Law group contends that Duval County is among the country’s leaders in death sentences and it, along with the other counties, is “plagued by prosecutorial misconduct, bad lawyers and racial bias.”
PHILADEPHIA -- A jury has ordered Johnson & Johnson's (J&J) Janssen Pharmaceuticals unit to pay $70 million in compensatory damages to a 16-year-old Tennessee male who has developed large breasts as a result of being prescribed and ingesting the drug Risperdal.
FORT MYERS — A consumer has filed suit against Johnson & Johnson, Johnson Consumer Cos. Inc., Imerys Talc America Inc., Personal Care Products Council, John Does/Jane Does 1-30 and other business entities, alleging that the talc in a feminine hygiene product led to her ovarian cancer diagnosis.
ST. LOUIS – Plaintiffs attorneys throughout the country, including in Florida, are working to bring alleged victims of talc to court following two multimillion-dollar judgments rendered in a St. Louis district court.