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Sedita v Zamboni Enterprises d/b/a/ Snap Fitness:  In this personal injury lawsuit, the plaintiff claimed the defendant responsible for injuries sustained during a personal training session, resulting in medicals and past and future pain and suffering totaling $350,000.  The jury returned a defense verdict.

Shaw v. Outback Steakhouse: Premises liability; claim for almost $200,000 in medicals, lost wages and past/future pain and suffering; defense verdict. (Pinellas County)

Schlepko v. Checkers Drive-In Restaurants: Premises liability; claim for over $380,000 in medicals, lost wages and past/future pain and suffering; final jury award for $19,000. (Pinellas County)

Progressive Select Insurance Company v. Ramos: Hillsborough County Circuit Court. We filed a Declaratory Judgment Action and obtained a Final Summary Judgment, on a coverage issue under a personal auto liability policy.

Progressive Express Insurance Company v. Arellano: Hillsborough County Circuit Court. We filed a Declaratory Judgment Action and obtained a Final Summary Judgment on a coverage issue under a commercial auto liability policy.

Love's Window & Door Installation, Inc. v. Acousti Engineering Co. Etc., et.al. 147 So.3d 1064 (Fla. 5th DCA 2014)(appeal):  We obtained a favorable opinion from the Fifth District Court of Appeal affirming an order of the trial court that had denied a transfer of venue which our opponents had sought based upon a forum selection clause in a contract in a complex construction defect case.

Reyes v. Miller Insulation: Auto liability; claim for over $850,000 in medical bills and past/future pain and suffering; jury provided a defense verdict. (Sarasota County)

Progressive American Insurance Company v. Steele. 15 F.Supp.3d 1240 (M.D. Fla. 2014): We filed a Declaratory Judqment Action in Federal Court and obtained a Final Summary Judgment on a coverage issue under an umbrella policy.

Phelps v. Johnson (Appeal): After winning a jury trial for our clients, employees of Carrabba's (case detailed below as Johnson v. Carrabba's), the court ordered a new trial. We appealed and the Second District Court of Appeal reversed at 113 So.3d 934 and ordered that the verdict in favor of the defendants be reinstated.

Quinnell v. Progressive Express Insurance Company : The Second District Court of Appeal affirmed, without written opinion, a summary judgment granted to Progressive Express Insurance Company, wherein the trial court held, as a matter of law, that an insurer's failure to enter into a "Cunningham Agreement" cannot be used as evidence of bad faith. (Hillsborough County trial court - Appellate 2nd District)

Newton v. Cintas Corporation: Personal injury claim brought for negligent installation and maintenance of a fire extinguisher which fell upon a small child; final summary judgment obtained for Cintas Corporation (Polk County)

Brawn v. The Evangelical Lutheran Church of Our Savior of St. Petersburg, Florida, Inc.: 

Premises liability; claim for $165,000 including medical expenses and unspecified past/future pain and suffering; defense verdict. (Pinellas County)

Robles v. Checker's Drive-In Restaurants: Premise liability; claim for over $100,000 in medical bills and unspecified past/future pain and suffering; defense verdict. (Charlotte County)

Valenti v. Carrabba's: Premise liability; claim for over $820,000 in medical bills, past/future earnings and past/future pain and suffering; defense verdict. (Manatee County)

Johnson v. Carrabba's: False Imprisonment; claim for over $1,900,000 in past/future pain and suffering, lost time, lost wages and loss of future earning capacity; defense verdict. (Hillsborough County)

Womack v. LaRue: The Second District Court of Appeal upheld by written opinion the summary judgment awarded to our client in a case involving negligent entrustment. (Appellate - 2nd District)

Cadavid v. Wiley: Auto liability; claim for over $850,000 in medical bills and past/future pain and suffering; jury awarded $5,500 before reduction for fabre defendant negligence. (Hillsborough County)

Koszewski v. Turner: Auto liability; claim for over $1,000,000 in medical bills and past/future pain and suffering; jury awarded $15,000.(Sarasota County)

Baker v. Gaffoglio: Auto liability; claim for over $600,000 in medical bills and past/future pain and suffering; defense verdict. (Hillsborough County)

Risse v. Outback Steakhouse, Inc.: Premises liability; claimed past and future medical expenses totaling over $130,000; prayer for relief $350,000; jury awarded $45,000. (Sarasota County)

Velez v. Outback Steakhouse, Inc.: Premises liability; claimed past and future medicals totaling over $300,000; prayer for relief 2.5 million dollars; defense verdict. (Hernando County)

Boyan v. Marietta: Wrongful death of 19-year-old who survived six months in a persistent vegetative state; demand was 4 million dollars; award was 1.1 million dollars. (Marion County)

Hallenbeck v. Amerisure: Auto liability - clear; claimed past and future medical expenses totaling over $400,000; prayer for relief 2.9 million dollars; defense verdict. (Manatee County)

Tabulov v. JTM Telecom: Auto liability - clear; claimed past and future medical expenses totaling over $170,000; prayer for relief 1.1 million dollars; jury awarded $320,000. (Pinellas County)

Hart v. Albertsons: Clear liability, the claimed medical expenses under letters of protection were over $200,000; jury awarded $31,500.(Pinellas County)

Dzafic v. Outback Steakhouse: Premises liability; claimed past and future medical expenses plus pain and suffering totaling over $400,000; defense verdict. (Hernando County)

Stake v. Gutzeit: Auto liability; claimed traumatic onset of quiescent multiple sclerosis and spinal injuries; prayer for relief 2 million dollars; defense verdict. (Hillsborough County)

Arrazola v. Albertsons: Premises liability; claimed past and future medical expenses totaling over $350,000; prayer for relief 2.7 million dollars; jury awarded $5,500. (Pinellas County)