Trial By Fire - The Memorandum Featured in Las Olas Lifestyle Magazine

RENOWNED TRIAL LAWYER ROBERT KELLEY PULLS BACK THE CURTAIN ON A LIFE-ALTERING LEGAL BATTLE INVOLVING A GRIEVING FAMILY— AND THE AUTOMOTIVE GIANT THAT TRIED TO DENY THEM JUSTICE By Kevin Kaminski / …

Accountability a Must to Lower Astounding Number of Construction Site Injuries, Deaths

By Michael Hersh, K|U Managing Partner Original Article featured in Daily Business Review: https://www.law.com/dailybusinessreview/2020/03/20/accountability-a-must-to-lower-astounding-number-of-construction-site-injuries-deaths/ In January, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) cited Florida Roofing Experts Inc., a Jacksonville roofing …

A COVID-19 Update to Our Clients

Your safety and well-being are always of the utmost importance to us. We understand that you may be concerned with the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation evolving and would like to share …

COVID-19: Who Is Protecting South Florida Retirement Communities?

Source: South Florida Sun-Sentinel / By: Andrew Borya As the new coronavirus spreads through South Florida, people over 65 are among the most at-risk populations, according to the Centers for …

Construction Defects Lawsuits on a Contingency Fee?

Like many types of commercial cases, construction defect litigation can be expensive, and fronting hourly fees is often difficult for the injured individual or business that needs to pursue claims …

Lawsuits Filed Against FBI Over Parkland Shooting

Bob Kelley and our client, Lori Alhadeff (mother of Alyssa Alhadeff) sat down with CBS 4 to discuss the lawsuits filed against the FBI over Parkland shooting. “For the past year, …

$12.5M Verdict Obtained for Widow of South Florida Police Officer

James “Jim” McHugh started smoking when he was a teenager in the early sixties. He smoked every single day since, many times up to two packs of cigarettes a day. James died …

Pursuing a Florida Medical Malpractice Case Against a Cardiologist

According to a recent study by Johns Hopkins, medical errors are the third-leading cause of death in the United States, resulting in anywhere between 250,000 and 440,000 deaths annually. Unfortunately, many …

What is CO, and Why is it so Dangerous?

Known as the “silent killer,” carbon monoxide is a deadly gas that you cannot see, smell or taste.  It’s also non-irritating, so even at low levels you generally don’t know it’s …

Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral Palsy is one of the leading causes of disability in children. It is a disorder of coordination, muscle tone or posture, most often caused by damage that occurs to the …

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