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  • JUAN CARLOS VAZQUEZ, as personal representative of the estate of VICTORIA VALLE, deceased, and on behalf of JACLYN VALLE and ANDREW VALLE, the minor natural children of decedent, and CARMEN MARTIN, individually vs. LAGO GRANDE HOMEOWNERS ASSOC., INC., and CENTURION PROTECTIVE SERVICES, INC.

    $5.2 Million

    Woman shot and killed by a trespasser at a guard-gated residential community. Another woman was shot in the leg but survived.

  • Chang v Alstom Federal Court Ariel Furst

    $3.65 Million

    UPS employee’s leg was crushed and deformed by a defective conveyor belt.

  • RAFAEL CESPEDES, as personal representative of the estate of NOEL CESPEDES vs. JOSE URBANO LAO

    $3,265,000.00

    Two innocent bystanders were killed during a high-speed vehicle police chase.

  • Rankin vs. Park One of Florida

    $1,881,000.00

    Three women were attacked in a parking garage in South Beach, an area known as a tourist attraction with an active nightlife and where garage parking is often expensive. The jury found the defendant to be 95% responsible for the negligence which resulted in physical and emotional injuries to the plaintiffs.

  • STEVEN GARELLEK, as personal representative of the estate of ALEXANDER ZISKIND LEVE vs. ENTERPRISE LEASING CO. and HENRY MICHEL GAMBOA

    $1.3 Million

    Pedestrian was killed in crosswalk after being struck by commercial vehicle.

  • DOLL ENTERPRISES, INC. vs. GUILLERMO SOSTCHIN, trustee, d/b/a DEMERIS #2

    $1.3 Million

    Shopping center destroyed in fire due to negligence of the landlord. Store owner tenants made claim for damaged property and merchandise and for loss of revenue.

  • GABRIEL GONZALEZ vs. KELLOGG PARTNERS; H.R.M. REALTY, INC.; THE AYCO DEVELOPMENT CORP.; GENERAL PARTNERS, d/b/a PALMETTO LAKES REALTY ASSOC., LTD.

    $1.24 Million

    Worker fell through a skylight while re-surfacing a warehouse roof, sustaining massive injuries.

  • Angelo Rodriguez

    $1.17 Million

    Construction worker suffered 2nd and 3rd degree burns to his body from sue to defective construction equipment.

  • Serrano v. Spartan Textile Machinery, Inc.

    $1 Million

    Machine operator’s arm and hand were mangled by a defective machine at a paper production plant.

  • Audelio Diaz v. Officine Meccaniche Toschi, S.A.

    $1 Million

    Factory worker sustained de-gloving hand injury after getting caught in a defective textile manufacturing machine.

  • ESTHER & LEON BROWN vs. CITY OF SOUTH MIAMI

    $985,000

    Woman sustained head injuries as a result of automobile accident with a city garbage truck.

  • OSMANY SEDENO vs. CLEAN-TEC WATER SERVICES, INC.

    $977,110

    Custodial employee sustained fractures to both legs by a defective trash compactor. Manufacturer found responsible.

  • JUAN & LISA VALENCIA vs. K&R EQUIPMENT

    $915,000

    Machine operator at a box manufacturing plant suffered crush injuries to his hand after getting it caught in a defective machine.

  • PETER SEIF vs. FRONTIER COMMUNICATIONS INTERNATIONAL, INC.

    $818,340

    Company salesperson made claim against his employer for unpaid commissions which resulted in millions of dollars in revenues for the company.

  • DONALD J. DAVIS and LOIS R. DAVIS vs.CATERPILLAR, INC. and KELLY TRACTOR CO.

    $718,901

    Employee’s lower body was injured by defective construction equipment. Manufacturer found responsible.

  • FERNANDO DIAZ as personal representative of the estate of RAPHAEL DIAZ, deceased vs. ACADEMY BROADWAY CORP., and JACK ECKERD CORP.

    $685,000

    Man drowned using inflatable toy that was marketed by the manufacturer as a boat.

  • ANATUS CHARLES, et al. vs. ATWOOD CORP., d/b/a A.M. MANUFACTURING CO., INC.

    $650,000

    Employee’s right hand was crushed in a dough-mixing machine manufactured by Defendant.

  • John Doe v ABC Industries

    $600,000

    Worker at a plastic molding company injured hand on molding machine. Suffered compartment syndrome.

  • Maria Beyro v. 100 Collins Corp. d/b/a Nemo Restaurant; 100 Collins Corp. d/b/a Nemo Restaurant, defendant/third-party plaintiff v. RFJD Holding Co. Inc. d/b/a Emmaculate Reflections, third-party defendant/fourth-party plaintiff v. Paul Saavedra Cleaning Services Inc.

    $560,800

    Woman slipped and fell on a wet floor at a South Beach restaurant and suffered a severe wrist fracture requiring surgery.

  • Duchesne v. Art Contruction, et.al.

    $465,000

    Construction worker killed on job site by a defective structure which collapsed on top of him.

  • Boris Brodsky vs. Hanna’s Gourmet Diner

    $385,000

    Diner/patron of restaurant tripped and fell in parking lot.

  • KATHERINE DUNN and DAVID DUNN vs. XANTERRA PARKS & RESORT, f/k/a AMFAC

    $337,290

    Plaintiff fell on stairs at a park due to defect and inadequate lighting.

  • Falcon v. Moss Constructors, Inc.

    $325,000

    Office building security guard assaulted by intruders who gained access to parking garage due to negligence of construction company.

  • ALFREDO RIVERO, on behalf of and as natural guardian of CRYSTAL M. RIVERO, a minor, and ALFREDO and BLANCA RIVERO, individually vs. EL DORADO FURNITURE and CASA RUSTICA, INC.

    $324,000

    Defectively designed and installed piece of furniture tipped over on top of small child causing head injury.

  • ORLANDO PARRA vs. SMITH-HAMILTON SHOP, INC. and PORTER CABLE CORP.

    $300,000

    Woodworker injured hand while using a defectively designed power tool.

  • Topalian v. Glace and Co.

    $285,000

    FPL employee suffered a re-activation of an asthmatic condition when a general contractor began demolition work at her job.

  • Diaz v. Cannon Equipment Southeast, Inc.

    $220,000

    Factory employee's hand was crushed by dairy stacking equipment.

  • Neashe Sapirman and Tova Sapirman v. Walmart Stores East, L.P. and National Security and Intelligence Agency, LLC

    $207,500

    Patron of supermarket assaulted in parking lot.

  • BISMAR GONZALEZ vs. POWERMATIC, INC., a division of STANWISH INDUSTRIES

    $207,300

    Employee suffered amputation of tip of thumb; laceration to index and third fingers due to defective electric saw.

  • CRISANTE v. UVEX

    $195,000

    Plaintiff was using a small sledge hammer to remove a piece of the bucket of the drag line when a metal shard entered his right eye because of design and defective glasses.

  • IVAN RESTREPO and PATRICIA RESTREPO vs. COMEQ, INC.

    $175,000

    Brake press operator crushed non-dominant hand while changing dyes on machine.

  • Rivera v Sunbelt et al.

    $175,000

    Construction worker fell at job site when scaffolding collapsed. Scaffolding was lost, defective product claim, as well as spoliation claim was filed. Worker suffered shoulder injury, but was able to go back to work.

  • Manuel Lopez

    $165,000

    Plaintiff was stopped at a 4-way stop when it was his turn; he proceeded forward and was struck by another vehicle. Plaintiff suffered 2 broken ribs as a result of the accident.

  • Kenol Mompremier

    $165,000

    Plaintiff was exiting expressway when a vehicle cut him off, causing his car to flip over

  • Joanna Evans

    $160,000

    Plaintiff was stopped at a red light when police vehicle behind her turned on his sirens. She moved ahead to let him pass when she was struck by another vehicle at the intersection

  • Georgina Lopez

    $150,000

    Plaintiff was stopped at a 4-way stop when it was her turn; she proceeded forward and was struck by another vehicle. Plaintiff suffered 2 fractured ribs, head laceration, and a tear on her left lung as a result of the accident

  • Sylvia Bloom vs. Sea Grape Condo Assoc.

    $125,000

    Plaintiff was entering building’s mailroom when she tripped over a small step. The lights were off in the mailroom and the switch is inside. Plaintiff suffered a fractured hip and femur.

  • James Garcia vs. Flanigans Seafood Bar & Grill

    $125,000

    Plaintiff got into an altercation at a Bar and his face was cut by someone with a sharp piece of glass. The Bar failed to provide proper security in the outside patio.

  • Peggy Tovar vs. Panina Pizzeria Bakery

    $125,000

    Plaintiff was working at the bakery and she slipped and fell due to water and grease on the floor. There was no “Wet Floor” sign anywhere.

  • BELINA STABINSKI vs. SHORENSTEIN CO.

    $120,798

    Plaintiff tripped and fell between the building and parking garage on cables that were being used to light a Christmas tree in the plaza.

  • CIRO LLANO vs. MICHELIN TIRE CORP., INC. and VICK’S TRUCK TIRE CENTER, INC.

    $103,000

    Truck driver suffered accident due to defective tires

  • Gallagher vs. Enterprise Rent-A-Car

    Settlement

    Customer of rental car agency was given a vehicle with defective tires that caused an accident resulting in quadriplegia.

  • Rodriguez v. Goodyear Tire Company

    Settlement

    Employee of tire repair shop sustained massive head injuries when a tire he was repairing exploded. Plaintiff required reconstructive surgery to his face and skull.

  • Rivas v Commodore Aviation, Inc.

    Settlement

    Worker at airport injured knee when pneumatic lift suddenly lost pressure, thereby causing Plaintiff to strike knee on the ground

  • Garcia v Heidelberg Graphics et al.

    Settlement

    Worker at printing press got his hand caught between roller and suffered traumatic amputation of fingers. Product Liability suit filed against the manufacturer of the printing press.

  • Valencia v Kalil et al.

    Settlement

    Worker sustained an injury to arm when caught in box making press. Case settled pre suit for confidential settlement with manufacturer of machine.

  • Harris v. Gilbert Southern Corp.

    Settlement

    Employee/truck driver drove into an un-barricaded and unmarked highway construction site., suffering amputation of arm and leg.

  • Shepard v. Wal-Mart, Inc.

    Settlement

    Tractor trailer driver suffered catastrophic injuries due to negligent loading of trailer which caused load to fall on him.

  • Dourado, Est of Moses v. Ford Motor Co. & Hollywood Ford

    Verdict

    Man broke his neck during a low-speed automobile collision and later died due to a defective seatbelt. Manufacturer found responsible.

  • Lazaron Estopinan vs AMI Palmetto General, Cedars Medical Center, Humana Medical Plan

    $3,250,000.00

    Lazaron Estopinan vs AMI Palmetto General, Cedars Medical Center, Humana Medical Plan

  • Raquel Munoz, individually and as Personal Representative of the Estate of Benjamin Munoz v. Fine Airlines and Snorkel Lift, et al.; Marino Medina v. Fine Airlines and Snorkel Lift, et al.

    $2,100,000.00

    Airport worker fell 50 feet to the ground and suffered massive injuries due to defective cherry picker lift.

  • MANUEL TEJADA vs. ELGIN SWEEPER CO.

    $1.9 million

    City employee suffered massive head injuries while operating a defective street sweeper.

  • AURELIO GARCIA & ALINA GARCIA, his wife vs. LOUISVILLE LADDER, a division of EMERSON ELECTRIC CO.

    Confidential Settlement

    Man suffered paraplegia after falling from an extension ladder while cutting tree branches. The ladder’s locking mechanism failed causing the ladder to collapse.