News from February 2019

Case activity for American Express National Bank vs Lori Gall Lori Gall Aka on Feb. 27

By The Florida Record | Feb 28, 2019

The 9th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida reported the following activities in the suit brought by American Express National Bank against Lori Gall Lori Gall Aka on Feb. 27:

Case activity for Furniture Liquidators of Georgia Inc. vs Kellogg and Kimsey Inc. on Feb. 27

By The Florida Record | Feb 28, 2019

The 9th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida reported the following activities in the suit brought by Furniture Liquidators of Georgia Inc. against Kellogg and Kimsey Inc. on Feb. 27:

Case activity for Rebecca Williamson vs State Farm Florida Insurance Company on Feb. 27

By The Florida Record | Feb 28, 2019

The 9th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida reported the following activities in the suit brought by Rebecca Williamson against State Farm Florida Insurance Company on Feb. 27:

Feb. 27: 9th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida docket for insurance claims cases

By The Florida Record | Feb 28, 2019

The following insurance claims-related cases were on the docket in the 9th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida on Feb. 27. All case details are allegations only and should not be taken as fact:

Case activity for Alberto Frieder Echevarria vs Florida Specialty Insurance Company on Feb. 27

By The Florida Record | Feb 28, 2019

The 9th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida reported the following activities in the suit brought by Alberto Frieder Echevarria against Florida Specialty Insurance Company on Feb. 27:

Deland attorney reprimanded following alleged trust account irregularities

By Karen Kidd | Feb 28, 2019

TALLAHASSEE — Deland attorney William Ronald Alexander Jr. has been publicly reprimanded by publication following a Feb. 7 Florida Supreme Court order over alleged trust account irregularities, according to a recent announcement by The Florida Bar

Trial lawyer: Design flaw makes e-cigarettes dangerous

By Florida Record Submission | Feb 28, 2019

Though e-cigarettes are being marketed as a safer alternative to tobacco smoking, design flaws in the products can cause severe injuries or even kill their users, an attorney representing several plaintiffs in personal-injury cases said.

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