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Recent Major Recalls from SaferCar  recently announced many major recalls within the last month. Please see below for details: Heartland Recreational vehicles, LLC has issued a recall for certain 2014 trailers manufactured between September 14, 2013, and January 17, 2014, and equipped with optional 17.5” wheels. The affected trailers had been printed with incorrect


We Need Your Help to Stop This Bill…Now!

The “Limitations in Medical Payments (LIMP)” bill has been filed in both chambers of the Florida Legislature. With these bills, plaintiffs will be restricted on how much they can ask for in medical damages depending on the case. If this LIMP bill is passed, it will change the way we


NYPD Officers Caught in Disability Benefits Fraud

More than 100 people, including 72 former NYC police officers and 8 former firefighters, were charged earlier this month with Social Security disability fraud. A total of $21.4 million in benefits was paid to people listed in the indictment. About half of the defendants falsely claimed psychiatric illness as a


In-Depth Look at Maritime Salvage

In our previous post discussing the basics of maritime salvage, we touched upon the fundamentals of the salvage award. The following information gives a more precise account of these points with emphasis on salvage awards, jurisdiction issues, maritime liens, and other relevant Florida statutes. The information provided here is quite

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