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Policy holder alleges Nationwide breached contract

ORLANDO — A Lake County woman is suing Nationwide Insurance, alleging bad faith and breach of contract.

Ron Christopher Co. Inc., employee accused of fraud

An individual is suing Ron Christopher Co. Inc. and its employee, Joel Farley, for alleged fraud.

Macy's Florida Stores LLC accused of negligence

An invitee is suing Macy's Florida Stores LLC and Kellermeyer Bergensons Services Inc. for alleged negligence.

Progressive Select Insurance Company accused of breach of contract

A motorist is suing Progressive Select Insurance Company, citing alleged breach of insurance contract.

Driver allegedly injured in Clearwater crash seeks damages from motorist, insurer

CLEARWATER – A woman is suing a driver and her insurer for damages after a collision in Clearwater.

Woman seeks underinsured motorist coverage from Progressive Select Insurance Co.

CLEARWATER – A Tampa woman is seeking coverage after a collision with an underinsured motorist in Pinellas County.

Woman claims Aetna failed to properly review benefits claim

MIAMI — A Duke Energy employee is suing Aetna Life Insurance Company, claiming Aetna wrongly terminated her long-term disability benefits.

Florida Supreme Court foreclosure ruling expected to increase filings, provide clarity

TALLAHASSEE – A Florida Supreme Court ruling allowing mortgage lenders to resume suspended foreclosure proceedings at any time likely will mean an increase in foreclosure filings, according to three mortgage experts, who also agree the ruling provides much-needed clarity and consistency to lenders.  

Recent state court rulings place workers' comp attorney fee schedules in question

Workers’ compensation laws that impose caps on claimants’ attorney fees may be vulnerable with recent state supreme court decisions toppling fee schedules in Florida and Utah.

Matthew Harrod brings business acumen to Jacksonville's Brennan, Manna & Diamond

JACKSONVILLE – The law firm of Brennan, Manna & Diamond recently welcomed Matthew Harrod to the Jacksonville office.

Insurance companies seek declaration in coverage dispute

TALLAHASSEE – Two insurance companies are seeking a judgment from the court over a dispute in coverage claims related to a wrongful death suit.

Alps South accuses Ohio Willow Wood of patent infringement

TAMPA, Fla. – A St. Petersburg company that patented a liner made for prosthetic limbs is suing a competitor claiming they have continued producing and selling the product after previously losing a patent dispute.