Firm News

Toyota and GM Carmakers Concealing Safety Defects

Toyota and GM have both been in the news lately for concealing safety defects from the general public, resulting in numerous injuries and deaths. U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder Jr., …

What Are the Top Causes of Car Accidents in South Florida?

Not all vehicle accidents will end up in litigation. If nobody gets injured, or injuries are minor, it might be possible to resolve any claim for medical expenses and damaged …

Kelley/Uustal Team Named the “Most Effective Lawyers” of 2013

The Daily Business Review recently named the Kelley/Uustal legal team one of the Most Effective Lawyers of 2013. This honor was awarded for one simple reason: we achieve results for …

Tobacco Companies Make it Harder to Seek Help

The attorneys of Kelley | Uustal have a long record of success in and out of the courtroom, fighting for justice on behalf of the clients we represent. Many times, these …

Family of Teenager Killed in Police Custody Sues Miami Beach Police Department

Israel Hernandez was only 18 years old when he was killed after a police officer used a Taser on him as Israel tried to run away; now his family is seeking justice. …

Know How to Recognize Signs of Nursing Home Abuse

Sadly, there are numerous nursing homes throughout the state of Florida that are not up to state standards.

Kelley | Uustal Attorneys Secure $38.5 Million for Client in Medical Negligence Case

Following a monthlong trial, a Broward County jury awarded over $28 million to our client who was left in a vegetative state after a controversial medical procedure.  In December 2008, Dale Whyte underwent a procedure …

Attorney Michael Hersh Joins Kelley/Uustal

Kelley/Uustal is proud to announce the addition of Michael Hersh to our Florida personal injury law firm. Mr. Hersh is an experienced litigator who has spent the last several years litigating complex commercial and consumer finance cases.

Kelley | Uustal Files Class Action Against Ocean State Job Lot

Employers seeking to avoid paying overtime benefits and wages frequently misclassify their employees as “exempt.”