State Farm Florida Ins. Co. v. Cramer
The issue was related to the discovery of the insurer’s claims and litigation files by their own insured, in a first party action for benefits.
Gates v. Gadsden County School Board
A former school teacher was serving as a school volunteer after her resignation. S he alleged that the School Board violated the Anti-Retaliation provisions of Title VII by barring her from working as a volunteer, in retaliation for her filing an earlier Title VII action against the Board.
Kuvin v. City of Coral Gables
The court held that ordinances which prohibit parking of trucks in residential areas and parking of RV’s, trucks and trailers on streets or other public places in the City between 7 p.m. and 7 a.m. are constitutional on their face.
Civil rights plaintiff sued law enforcement officers.
Civil rights plaintiff sued law enforcement officers, claiming they were deliberately indifferent to serious medical needs of pretrial detainee.
Fils v. City of Aventura
Plaintiffs were a male, who was tased during tense incident outside of club prior to his arrest for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest without force and a female, who was knocked unconscious during incident
Florida Dept. of Children and Families v. Shapiro
The Fourth DCA held it was error for the Trial Judge to deny the Employer’s Motion for Directed Verdict, on an ex-employee’s claims that she was subjected to a hostile work environment because of her race and religion, and terminated in retaliation for her grand jury testimony against a co-worker.
Russell v. Camita Parden Beddow
In a rear-end accident, Defendant claimed the lead driver was comparatively negligent in failing to wear his seatbelt.
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Bingham v. Thomas
A prisoner's claim that he was denied aspirin was properly dismissed as frivolous, where there was no allegation of a medical condition or injury that resulted from being denied the aspirin.