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Apparent Abuse of Helpful Personal Injury Insurance

Three individuals were arrested by the Florida Division of Insurance Fraud for the operation of an unlicensed medical clinic that was an integral part of a wider personal injury protection (PIP) fraud scheme, according to officials. Unity Pain and Injury Center was allegedly owned by Dr. Lherisson Domond of South Florida, from February to December

Lead Lawyers Appointed in Class Action Lawsuit

In a recent Federal Court Order, lawyers from around the United States were chosen to lead numerous lawsuits involving alleged injuries from the drug Xarelto. These lawsuits are filed against the manufacturer of Xarelto, Janssen Pharmaceutical, and the co-marketer, Bayer Healthcare.  According to the pleadings, these companies failed to warn patients and physicians about the

Time to Check Your Insurance Coverage – Hit-and-Run Accidents on the Rise in Florida

Law enforcement officials around the state of Florida are claiming that hit-and-run accidents are increasing rapidly, and it’s cause for alarm.  In response, a new campaign is being launched to let drivers know that leaving the scene of an accident can result in stiffer penalties. Florida had more than 80,000 hit and run accidents last

Time to Check Your Insurance Coverage – Hit-and-Run Accidents on the Rise in Florida

Law enforcement officials around the state of Florida are claiming that hit-and-run accidents are increasing rapidly, and it’s cause for alarm.  In response, a new campaign is being launched to let drivers know that leaving the scene of an accident can result in stiffer penalties. Florida had more than 80,000 hit and run accidents last

9 Arrested in Miami on Charges of Suspected PIP Fraud

Jeff Atwater, the Chief Financial Officer of the State of Florida, announced that the last month resulted in nine arrests for personal injury protection (PIP) fraud in the Miami area.  Charges were filed in eight separate cases involving seven staged accidents, the individuals were arrested for their alleged involvement in the filing of almost $250,000