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Couple accuses American Express Bank, others of telephone harassment

TAMPA – A Pinellas County couple claims they were harassed by debt collectors in an attempt to collect an alleged debt.

Dryclean & Laundry Express Inc. alleged to have not properly paid employee for overtime work

MIAMI – An employee for a laundry service in Coral Springs claims she was not properly compensated for working overtime.

EP Aviation LLC alleges Arizona company did not pay for helicopters

ORLANDO – A manufacturer alleges an Arizona company did not pay for several million dollars' worth of helicopters and components.

EMC Builders LLC did not pay overtime wages, former employee claims

MIAMI – A construction worker alleges his former employers violated wage compensation laws.

Woman seeks for Aetna Life to reinstate her to receive disability benefits

MIAMI – A woman seeks reinstatement to her disability benefit plan after she alleges benefits were wrongfully terminated.

Former M&K Wireless Inc. sales rep alleges she was not paid for all hours worked

FORT MYERS – A former employee for a cellular store alleges she was only paid for half of the hours she actually worked per week.

Woman alleges object left on floor caused fall on Carnival ship

MIAMI – A Louisiana woman claims she was injured while aboard a cruise ship because of an object left in a hallway.

Apexx Management Group Corp., B & JCM Properties LLC alleged to have not paid overtime

FLORIDA – A Miami-Dade County woman alleges her former employers did not pay her overtime for her work cooking breakfast and attending to hotel guests.

Environmental permit challenges latest chapter in rail project fight

CORAL GABLES – Officials in Martin and Indian River counties have started a new battle in connection with the completion of the proposed $3.1 billion All Aboard Florida Miami-to-Orlando project by attempting to derail efforts to obtain the necessary environmental permits.  

Attorney convicted of involvement in a gambling ring to receive new trial

JACKSONVILLE — Jacksonville attorney Kelly Mathis, convicted of leading a $300 million gambling ring that used a charity as a front, will be getting a new trial.

Lawsuit seeking Florida Senate District 30 election do-over may move forward

PALM BEACH -- Rubin Anderson’s lawsuit seeking to redo the Democratic primary for State Senate District 30 that occurred in August may finally be moving forward.

Man claims Navient keeps calling regarding daughter's alleged debt

JACKSONVILLE – A Duval County man claims he has been called more than 200 times by a debt collector for a loan allegedly owed by a family member.

Starboard Cruise Services Inc. accused of terminating employee for taking medical leave

MIAMI – A Miami-Dade County man alleges that his employer terminated him in retaliation for taking a medical leave

Passenger claims glass was in ice cream on Norwegian Cruise Line ship

MIAMI – A California resident alleges glass hidden in food served on the Norwegian Jewel cruise ship caused injury.

Voters engaging in vote trading for upcoming presidential election

WASHINGTON -- The strong opposition some people have toward presidential candidate Donald Trump has led to the resurrection of a practice started back in 2000.

Passenger blames Norwegian Cruise Line for injuries

MIAMI — A passenger is suing NCL (Bahamas) Ltd., d/b/a Norwegian Cruise Line, a cruise ship company, alleging negligence and insufficient measures taken to prevent injuries.

Former domestics claim employer violated wage laws

MIAMI — Two former live-in domestics are suing an employer, alleging violation of wage laws.

Collins & 74th Street Inc. accused of violating overtime laws

MIAMI — A former merchandiser has filed a class-action lawsuit against Collins & 74th Street Inc. and Mohammed S. Hossain, claiming his employer violated wage laws.

Chifa Du Kang Chinese Restaurant accused of not paying proper overtime

MIAMI — A former employee is suing Du Kang LLC, d/b/a Chifa Du Kang Chinese Restaurant, and Jingquan Du, claiming violation of wage laws.

Man blames Carnival Cruise Line for unsecured ladder

MIAMI — A passenger is suing Carnival Corporation, d/b/a Carnival Cruise Line, a cruise ship company, alleging negligence and insufficient measures taken to prevent injuries.