TALLAHASSEE — Panama City attorney John Leslie Gioiello has been suspended from practicing law.
News from July 2017
TALLAHASSEE — Fort Lauderdale attorney Kurt Ellis Bosshardt was placed on suspension March 30, barring him from practicing law for 90 days.
TALLAHASSEE — A public reprimand was ordered for Pembroke Pines attorney Stefan E. McHardy on April 20.
ORLANDO – The owner of an Orlando home claims that his insurer failed to pay the amounts he requested to repair his property.
ORLANDO – An estate representative has filed a suit against a Winter Garden nursing home alleging that its care resulted in the untimely death of his decedent.
ORLANDO – A construction company alleges that an insurer refused to cover damages to an Orlando property.
ORLANDO – An Orange County corporation alleges a Kissimmee golf course has failed to pay for supplies and materials delivered.
ORLANDO – The owner of an Orlando property alleges his insurer refuses to honor its contractual obligations and pay for a covered loss to the property.
CLEARWATER – A Pinellas County nursing home is accused of failing to take precautions to prevent falls.
ORLANDO – An Orange County transgender woman alleges she was discriminated against by her former employer.
ORLANDO – An Apopka property owner alleges that his insurer failed to pay all the benefits for damages to his home.
ORLANDO – A patron at the Denny's restaurant in Apopka alleges he was injured by a foreign object in a dessert he ordered.
ORLANDO – A couple has filed suit against the owner of a Windermere property over allegations that a contract breach cost them thousands.
ORLANDO – An insurance company is accused by a construction company of breaching a homeowner's insurance policy.
ORLANDO – A tenant of a Windmill Point apartment in Orlando alleges a leaking air conditioner caused her to fall.
TALLAHASSEE — The Florida Supreme Court ruled June 22 in a unanimous decision that Miami’s Civilian Investigative Panel (CIP) cannot compel Miami police officers to appear before its board while under investigation.
TAMPA — The sale of a St. Petersburg condo, which failed because the condominium association rejected the buyer shortly after the seller decided her listed price had been too low, will return the trial court.
TALLAHASSEE — Consumer advocates are hailing a new Florida law requiring life insurance companies to inform policyholders of their right to consult with a professional before agreeing to changes in their policies.
ORLANDO – An Orlando property owner has filed a suit against his insurer over the amount of damages his property allegedly sustained.