Blog Posts in January, 2014 Blog Home CS/HB 813: Civil Remedies Against Insurers Posted By Todd Miner Law || 30-Jan-2014 “Civil Remedies Against Insurers; Requires insureds, claimants, or persons acting on their behalf to provide insurer with written notice of loss as condition precedent to statutory or common-law action for bad-faith failure to settle insurance claim; provides that insurer is not liable for claim of bad faith failure to settle claim if certain conditions are met.” Narrowly passing with ... Share This Post: Continue Reading The Continuing Case of Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman Posted By Todd Miner Law || 17-Jan-2014 The family of Trayvon Martin has settled a wrongful death lawsuit they filed against the homeowner’s association where neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman shot and killed the 17-year-old on the night of February 26, 2012. This lawsuit is separate from the one the family plans to file against Zimmerman, who is currently awaiting trial for second degree murder. The case ignited a firestorm ... Share This Post: Continue Reading Landmark Change to Florida Workers' Compensation Statute Posted By Todd Miner Law || 10-Jan-2014 The Florida First District Court of Appeals made a landmark change to the state’s workers’ compensation statute late last February 2013, striking down a component which heretofore limited disability benefits to a disbursement period of 104 weeks. Bradley Westphal is a Florida firefighter and paramedic who was injured on the job and continues to be disabled as a result, past the ... Share This Post: Continue Reading 3 results found. Viewing page 1 of 1.