Fla. Court Affirms Class Cert. In Water Main Break Row

A Florida state appeals court has upheld class certification for thousands of Fort Lauderdale businesses seeking hundreds of millions of dollars in economic damages after a water main break in 2019 forced them to temporarily close.

“We are pleased to provide a potential remedy for financial recovery to thousands of impacted Broward County businesses. Next, we will be pushing to set the liability trial to take place this year.” - Cristina Pierson

Featured on the Today Show - John Uustal Discusses Boat-Related Carbon Monoxide Poisoning, a Lethal Threat

Did you know that carbon monoxide can be a lethal danger even out on the open water? Ally Sidloski was perfectly healthy when she went out for a day of boating. In fact…

Eight lawyers from Kelley | Uustal were recognized in The Best Lawyers in America© 2022

Kelley | Uustal is proud to announce that eight of our attorneys were recognized in the 2022 edition of The Best Lawyers in America© in the categories Best Lawyers, Ones to Watch, and Lawyer of…

DBR Interviews Michael Hersh and Kimberly Wald on the $35 Million Verdict Secured for their Client

What was supposed to have been a lovely day for a newly engaged couple took an ugly turn when the two were involved in a car crash that would lead to one of…