SARASOTA – A consumer alleges a debt collector continued to contact her after she settled a debt.
News from December 2016
TAMPA – A St. Petersburg woman alleges a debt collector is harassing her with calls for a debt she does not owe.
TAMPA – A baked goods distributor alleges he was not properly compensated for overtime work.
MIAMI – An Orange County woman alleges she was injured by a bed in her room on a cruise ship.
FORT LAUDERDALE – A Florida man alleges his claim for disability benefits was wrongfully denied.
FORT LAUDERDALE – A Broward County man alleges a debt collector is calling him in an attempt to collect a debt owed by a third party.
TALLAHASSEE, Florida – According to an Oct. 20 Florida Supreme Court ruling, a homeowner’s rights under a sinkhole policy are limited once an insurer becomes insolvent and the claim goes to the Florida Insurance Guaranty Association (FIGA).
MIAMI — Gucci is suing competitors, alleging they are selling counterfeit copies of Gucci products.
WEST PALM BEACH — An former employee is suing a Palm Beach County business, alleging unpaid wages and violation of workers compensation acts.
MIAMI — A Florida woman is suing Prudential Insurance, alleging failure to pay disability benefits.
MIAMI — An employee is suing a Miami company, alleging unpaid wages and violation of workers compensation acts.
Attorney claims Hillsborough firefighter wanted on misdemeanor battery charge has not fled the state
TAMPA — A Hillsborough County firefighter wanted on a misdemeanor battery charge stemming from his alleged involvement in a Key West bar fight maintains he will turn himself in to face the charges, but has no intention of altering his vacation plans that would require him to return to Florida early.
MIAMI — An Arizona man is suing a telemarketer, alleging violation of telephone harassment statutes.
MIAMI — A Miami souvenir company is suing a Florida competitor, alleging copyright infringement.
ORLANDO — A Florida joint venture is suing a Minnesota company, alleging patent infringement.
ORLANDO -- A Florida compound pharmacy owner is the latest proprietor in an ongoing probe to agree to reimburse the federal government millions of dollars in fines over alleged billing violations of the Department of Defense’s TRICARE program.
MIAMI — A California photography studio is suing a Florida competitor, alleging copyright infringement.
MIAMI — A Broward County man is suing Wal-Mart, alleging the defendant's Miramar store wrongly accused the plaintiff of stealing a TV set.
TALLAHASSEE -- Oral arguments will not resume until Feb. 8 in the constitutional battle over a 2003 state law requiring Sarasota County to reimburse private hospitals for providing indigent care, due to the weather.
MIAMI — A Miami-Dade County man is suing a Miami extermination business, alleging unpaid wages and violation of workers compensation acts in not paying proper overtime.