John Uustal weighs in for the New York Times: Keyless Cars and Their Carbon Monoxide Toll

Attorney John Uustal is quoted in this story in the New York Times, and in this May 18, 2018 story from New Zealand. The New York Times article details cases handled by John Uustal, and the evidence he discovered. The Times story surveys 17 car companies regarding their compliance with voluntary standards recommended by the Society of Automotive Engineers for the past seven years. The twenty-eight deaths were from carbon monoxide poisoning from engines accidentally left running. In addition to the deaths, 45 others suffered injuries from carbon monoxide exposure in similar incidents. “You can’t trust car corporations to police themselves. There’s no adequate punishment,” according to Mr. Uustal.

Florida Businesses Win Class Cert. In Suit Over Water Main Break

Thousands of businesses forced to temporarily close last year when a water main broke in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, have won approval to move forward with a class action against Florida Power & Light…

Broward Judge Grants Class Certification in Lawsuit Against FPL

A ruling by a Broward judge could be bad news for Florida Power & Light, which faced litigation over a 2019 water main break. Broward Circuit Judge William Haury granted a motion for class…

Get to know new Broward County Circuit Court Judge Linda Alley

An article posted by the Daily Business Review goes into the details of Linda Alley’s rise to the bench, capturing 56% of the vote compared to the incumbent’s roughly 44%.…