Should I Settle My Birth Injury Case or Take it to Trial?

Everyone anticipates that their child’s birth will go smoothly and that mother and baby will be healthy and happy. However, sometimes birth complications occur, and the result can be mild or severe.

Eric Rosen Elected to the BCJA’s Executive Board of Directors

Eric Rosen of Kelley/Uustal was recently elected to the Broward County Justice Association Executive Board of Directors for 2013-2014 as the Newsletter Editor. Mr. Rosen has been on the Broward …

Will Your Insurance Be Enough After an Auto Accident?

To legally drive in Florida, you must purchase $10,000 in property damage coverage and $10,000 of personal injury protection (PIP) to pay toward medical bills. Since Florida is a no-fault car …

Bob Kelley Receives Certificate of Appreciation from DiveHeart

Bob Kelley, the founding board member of DiveBar, received a heartfelt Certificate of Appreciation from DiveHeart President, Jim Elliot, and two local disabled divers – Juan Carlos Gill and Karen Mitchell …

Raising Awareness for Underprivileged Women in Sierra Leone

Erin Kelley, daughter of Kelley | Uustal co-founding partner Bob Kelley, will be running a half-day marathon in Tallahassee on Sunday, February 3rd to raise awareness and funds for underprivileged girls …

Kelley | Uustal Welcomes José Javier Rodríguez to the Firm

KU is proud to announce the addition of José Javier Rodríguez | Justice For All

Todd McPharlin Sworn in as the New President of the BCJA

Todd McPharlin of Kelley/Uustal was sworn in as President of the Broward County Justice Association at their annual Judges’ Night celebration on Thursday, December 13th. In addition to honoring the …

Can I Still File a Lawsuit for a Tobacco-Related Illness?

In Florida, the Engle class action lawsuit, Engle v. Liggett Group was decided in favor of smokers, and punitive damages of $145 billion were awarded.

Filing a Medical Malpractice Claim: What You Need to Know

Generally you have a deadline of two years to file a malpractice suit. You can, alternatively, file suit within two years of when the malpractice injury was detected or should have been detected.

Negligent Anesthesiologist Faces Disciplinary Action in the Case of Dale Whyte

The anesthesiologist in charge during the manipulation under anesthesia (MUA) procedure that left Dale Whyte in a vegetative state is now facing disciplinary action. The Sun-Sentinel reports that the Florida Health …

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