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Florida Supreme Court Denies Workers Comp Challenge

The Florida Supreme Court has rejected a lawsuit that called into question the constitutionality of the state’s workers’-compensation insurance system. Justices declined to hear a Miami-Dade County case that endangered the longstanding concept that disputes involving workers injured on the job should be handled through the workers-compensation system as opposed to civil lawsuits. The high

Are the Drug Companies Overstimulating us with TV Ads?

The New York Times has recently published an editorial concerning the seemingly endless television advertisements from drug manufacturers claiming to ease all sorts of our potential issues from pain, sleeplessness, sexual dysfunction-frankly the list is endless and in my opinion quite painful in and of itself to have to endure.  The American Medical Association has

South Florida Bank Accused of Taking Part in Auto Insurance Fraud Scheme

A local bank manager in West Palm Beach noticed “unsophisticated” looking people routinely cashing $8,000 checks from a medical clinic and alerted the bank’s security about the suspicious transactions. This is part of an ongoing lawsuit filed in Broward County by Allstate Insurance Company.  The suit alleges that this well-known bank helped fraudulent medical clinics

Woman Sends Eerie Text Minutes Before Fatal Accident

A woman allegedly driving drunk, sent a text message to an ex-boyfriend, detailing the fact that she was intoxicated while driving and that if anything were to happen, it would be his fault. Mila Dago allegedly texted “Driving drunk woo…I’ll be dead thanks to you.” In a startling turn of events, the text message came