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Man claims Humana At Home 1 harassed him with unwanted calls

JACKSONVILLE – A Jacksonville consumer alleges he was harassed by frequent calls from a St. Petersburg corporation.

Man claims Select Portfolio Servicing Inc. breached duty regarding application

MIAMI – A Broward County consumer alleges he was damaged because of the way his loan servicer handled his loss mitigation application.

SWM Unlock Corp. employee alleges he was not paid minimum wages

FORT LAUDERDALE – A man employed by a South Florida business claims he was not paid minimum or overtime wages.

Woman alleges Florida Blue unlawfully denied treatment reimbursement

LAKE CITY – A woman is seeking declaration that a dental treatment should be covered by her insurance plan.

Costamar Travel Cruise & Tours Inc. employee alleges she was not compensated for overtime work

FORT LAUDERDALE – A cashier/ticket seller alleges her South Florida employer did not pay her for an average of two overtime hours a week.

Montgomery Ward accused of harassing consumer with calls

JACKSONVILLE – A Duval County consumer claims a company has called her more than 200 times in an attempt to collect an alleged debt.

Woman alleges Duke Energy Florida keeps contacting her to reach another party

OCALA – A Marion County woman alleges an energy company has harassed her with calls in its attempt to reach an unknown person.

Consumer claims HSBC Mortgage Services Inc. failed to timely respond to request

MIAMI – A Broward County man alleges his mortgage servicer failed to timely respond to his requests for information.

Man alleges Ocwen Loan Servicing LLC harassed him with frequent collection calls

OCALA – A Sumter County man alleges a debt collector called him more than 100 times after he revoked his consent to receive calls.

Man alleges Life Insurance Co. of North America failed to consider records when denying benefits

OCALA – A Lake County man alleges his long-term disability benefits were wrongfully denied to him.

CitiMortgage Inc. alleged to have contacted woman with calls, texts without permission

OCALA – A Citrus County resident claims a debt collector harassed her with numerous texts and calls in its attempt to collect an alleged debt.

BMI claims River Rocks performed music without authorization

ORLANDO – A Rockledge business is accused of unlawfully performing musical compositions without a license.

Matthew S. Nelles, commercial and intellectual property lawyer, joins Berger Singerman

FORT LAUDERDALE — Intellectual property and commercial litigator Matthew S. Nelles has joined business law firm Berger Singerman as a partner on the dispute resolution team. 

Disability termination lawsuit against Standard Insurance nothing new

FORT LAUDERDALE — A case involving a former TIN Inc. employee seeking reinstatement of his long-term disability benefits under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) is not Standard Insurance Co.’s first experience with this type of lawsuit, according to one Florida attorney.

Stetson law students help veterans navigate VA

GULFPORT — A group of students from Stetson University has heard the call to fix the veterans affairs system and is offering a clinic to help veterans navigate their benefits.

Lumina Analytics promotes intelligence analysts

TAMPA — Lumina Analytics has promoted three of its intelligence analysts to the position of senior intelligence analyst.

Fort Lauderdale attorney honored by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Florida

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — A Fort Lauderdale attorney has been selected as the state’s Big of the Year by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Florida.

Former kitchen helper for Latino Grocery/Spanish Food Inc. claims she was not paid overtime rate

ORLANDO – An Orange County woman claims she was not paid overtime for her work as a kitchen helper.

Consumer alleges collection letter from Kelley Kronenberg PA did not include required disclosures

ORLANDO – A Casselberry woman alleges a letter she received from a debt collector did not include information required by law.

US Postal Solutions alleged to have misclassified employees

ORLANDO – A mail delivery management company in Orlando is accused of misclassifying its employees as independent contractors.