We are currently working on various types of personal injury matters including automobile accidents, medical malpractice, products liability and police misconduct. We are also representing clients who are either going through a divorce or trying to resolve other family law matters including paternity, child custody, visitation, spousal support and other family law issues both before and after a formal divorce proceeding.
This month we would like to highlight and share three of our most interesting cases where we proudly serve as Plaintiff’s lead counsel to our clients:
Bibi Allie on behalf of Afzal Allie, deceased v. W. M. Community Hospital (Medical Malpractice – Wrongful Death)
We have started the pre-suit phase of a medical malpractice case involving the tragic death of a 45 year old husband and father of three young children who died in the hospital. Our initial investigation shows that this death should not have occurred if proper care had been administered.
Kacey Chiddister, father and legal guardian of Charley Chiddister, a minor v. the Department of Children and Family Services (Gross Negligence)
Litigation has now commenced on behalf of a 13 month year old little boy who was severely injured as the result of being left with his heroin addicted mother. Our initial investigation substantiates that DCF knew of the potential harm in leaving the infant with his mother yet turned a blind eye. As a result of the gross negligence, the child is fighting for his life with unimaginable medical complications.
Estate of Shawn Samad v. Hollywood Lakes Country Club (Negligent Security-Wrongful Death)
SETTLEDWe have filed a lawsuit on behalf of a 20 year old student who died as the result of a gun violence. The location of the tragedy lacked adequate security despite multiple prior incidents of criminal activity within the immediate area. We have made a request of $1,250,000 in damages to settle this case.
In Re: Tatiana Vykykhan & Malcolm McClintock (Divorce & International Relocation)
SETTLEDWe are representing the Father in a complicated and highly contested divorce including our opposition against the Wife’s efforts to relocate two small children to Canada.