TAMPA – A Pinellas County couple claims they were harassed by debt collectors in an attempt to collect an alleged debt.
News from November 2016
MIAMI – An employee for a laundry service in Coral Springs claims she was not properly compensated for working overtime.
ORLANDO – A manufacturer alleges an Arizona company did not pay for several million dollars' worth of helicopters and components.
MIAMI – A construction worker alleges his former employers violated wage compensation laws.
MIAMI – A woman seeks reinstatement to her disability benefit plan after she alleges benefits were wrongfully terminated.
FORT MYERS – A former employee for a cellular store alleges she was only paid for half of the hours she actually worked per week.
MIAMI – A Louisiana woman claims she was injured while aboard a cruise ship because of an object left in a hallway.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
MIAMI – A Miami-Dade County man alleges that his employer terminated him in retaliation for taking a medical leave
MIAMI – A California resident alleges glass hidden in food served on the Norwegian Jewel cruise ship caused injury.
WASHINGTON -- The strong opposition some people have toward presidential candidate Donald Trump has led to the resurrection of a practice started back in 2000.
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.
MIAMI — Two former live-in domestics are suing an employer, alleging violation of wage 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.
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.
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.