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Civil Cases:

Trial verdict for bank teller paralyzed from negligent security system in bank
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Settlement for a quadriplegic requiring a lifetime of medical and nursing care

Settlement of a vehicle roll-over/defective seat belt case involving a paraplegic requiring a lifetime of special medical and nursing care

Policy limits settlement for 2 British tourists killed in Orlando

Wrongful death settlement for wife killed by rock hauler

Settlement for an eight-year-old partial foot amputation in escalator at Orlando International Airport

Policy limits settlement paid to paraplegic ejected from van

Settlement for slip and fall injury at a local mall resulting in back surgery that included spine fusion

Settlement for injured truck driver from manufacturer of defective strap

Trial verdict for a pedestrian injured at the auction resulting in back surgery. Defendant’s pretrial offer to our client was $3,000.

Trial verdict for a client injured in an auto accident resulting in a herniated disk. Defendant offered $35,000 before trial

Trial verdict for Ft Myers client minimal impact case and back surgery

Trial verdict for a Sanford man for soft tissue, neck and back injuries resulting in TMJ and headaches.

Trial verdict obtained for college student in an automobile accident with a non-surgical herniated disk.

Trial verdict for soft tissue injury

Settlement for moderately brain damaged school teacher

Settlement for involving defective vehicle and seatbelt

Settlement for defective product

Settlement of unrestrained 23-year-old passenger with mild brain damage

Settlement for motorcycle driver with injured left leg

Settlement for delivery man partially crushed between loading dock and rear of a trailer

Settlement Vietnamese man injured on ride at theme park

Policy limits settlement to Mexican worker for mild brain injury auto accident

Settlement for slip and fall accident at pharmacy

Settlement in slip and fall at supermarket

Settlement for injured Orlando man by tourist

Settlement for Ohio man injured by semi-tractor trailer

Settlement for pedestrian Nevada killed in roadway

Policy limits settlement in medical malpractice case against Daytona doctor

Settlement Orlando man injured on ride at theme park

Criminal Cases:

Federal Defense

Five Cuban exiles were charged in a multi-count Grand Jury indictment in the United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico with numerous charges including a conspiracy to murder Fidel Castro at a summit in Venezuela. They were intercepted off the coast of Puerto Rico in a boat where .50 caliber machine guns and other military equipment was found. A full acquittal was obtained at trial.

A former member of the cabinet of the government of Puerto Rico was charged with extortion in the award of a government procurement contract. An acquittal of this charge was obtained at trial.

A former member of the cabinet of the government of Puerto Rico was investigated for bribery and money laundering. No charges were filed.

A printing company and its CEO were charged in a multi-count, multi-million dollar money laundering indictment. Client received six months house arrest followed by probation with no jail time.

A Colombian resident was charged with conspiracy to distribute multi kilos of cocaine in the Middle District of Florida. Full acquittal obtained at trial.

An owner of a prosthetics company in Florida was charged with numerous counts of healthcare fraud. All charges were dismissed and defendant was admitted into the Pre-Trial Diversion Program.

An owner of a vocational school in Puerto Rico was under investigation for Pell grant fraud. No charges were filed and defendant was admitted into the Pre-Trial Diversion Program.

A United States Postal Service employee in Florida was charged with conspiring to transport firearms from Florida to Puerto Rico. Client received probation with no jail time.

A resident of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico was under investigation for conspiring to transport firearms from Florida to Puerto Rico. No charges were filed.

State Defense

A father was charged in Florida with attempted murder of a six-month-old baby under the shaken baby syndrome theory. All charges were dismissed on the eve of trial.

A live-in boyfriend was charged in Florida with sexual battery and first degree murder of a three-year-old girl under the shaken baby syndrome theory. The sexual battery charge was dismissed on the eve of trial. Full acquittal was obtained on all remaining charges at trial.

A Honduran man was charged in Florida for aggravated battery with a knife against his former wife and boyfriend. Full acquittal was obtained just five (5) minutes after the jury retired to deliberate.

An Orange County Sheriff’s Office deputy was charged with battery on a law enforcement officer (Orlando Police) and resisting arrest with violence. Defendant was acquitted on the battery charge and received probation on the remaining charge.

A deacon from a local church in Florida was charged with lewd and lascivious acts in front of an 11-year-old child. Full acquittal was obtained at trial.

A member of a local church in Florida was charged with sexual battery of three different young men from his church. Full acquittal was obtained in the first trial. Negotiated a probation sentence on the remaining two cases.

An engineer was charged with lewd and lascivious acts in front of several minors. Negotiated a probation sentence and defendant maintained his employment.

A citizen from the Dominican Republic was under investigation for dealing in counterfeit currency. No charges were filed.

An orderly from a psychiatric hospital in Orlando was charged with raping a female patient. Charges were dismissed on the eve of trial.

The owner of a medical clinic in Orlando was charged in a multi-count information with healthcare fraud. Negotiated a probation sentence.

* The underlying facts of these cases may differ from those of the reader. All cases present different factual scenarios and the final result may accordingly vary.