BROOKSVILLE, Fla. – A tragic incident that occurred on January 10, 2019, at the Tampa Bay Regional Airport in Brooksville has prompted a lawsuit pursuant to Florida’s Wrongful Death Act. The Plaintiff is Mario Disi, the natural son of deceased Salvatore Disi of Hudson. The…Read More Brooksville Helicopter Tragedy Prompts Wrongful Death Suit
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Middle District Of Florida U.S. Attorney’s Office Collects More Than $276 Million In Civil And Criminal Actions In 2020
Tampa – United States Attorney Maria Chapa Lopez announced today that the Middle District of Florida (MDFL) collected $276,324,126.35 in criminal and civil actions in the fiscal year ending September 30, 2020 (FY 2020). Of this amount, $99,349,069.35 represents collections from locally handled criminal and…Read More Middle District Of Florida U.S. Attorney’s Office Collects More Than $276 Million In Civil And Criminal Actions In 2020
“I am an Emperor!” Psychotic Patient Clobbers Visitor, Tampa General Sued
TAMPA, Fla. – On October 6, 2020, Valerie Brown of Brooksville, Florida, arrived at Tampa General Hospital to visit her ailing father. Within minutes, hospital staff arrived and placed a young man named Kyle in the room’s vacant bed. According to Brown’s lawsuit against Florida…Read More “I am an Emperor!” Psychotic Patient Clobbers Visitor, Tampa General Sued
Disappearing Woman Jilts Tampa Business Magnate for $500,000
TAMPA, Fla. – Tampa business magnate, Miller Cooper, 82, has filed suit against an on-again-off-again girlfriend for theft of $500,000. Cooper owns Sago Networks and Synergy Internet but has been listed as the founder of various other companies through the years. Tampa real estate agent,…Read More Disappearing Woman Jilts Tampa Business Magnate for $500,000
Florida Woman’s ‘Urinating on Ice Cream Case’ Streams Back To Court
On July 8, 2019, Jung Soon Wypcha of St. Petersburg was arrested and charged with criminal mischief and tampering by the Indian Shores Police Department. Married to the president of AMERIKO, who formerly owned Indian Shores Food Mart located at 19823 Gulf Boulevard Unit “B,”…Read More Florida Woman’s ‘Urinating on Ice Cream Case’ Streams Back To Court
Patient That Endorsed Tampa’s ‘Dr. Love’ on TV Was An Employee, of Sorts
TAMPA, Fla. – In August 2020, WFLA News Channel 8 broadcasted a COVID-19 news story featuring Dr. Gina Midyett, who owns Life Focus Group Tampa. Its website lists her as a licensed mental health counselor and psychotherapist, located at 4144 North Armenia Avenue. According to…Read More Patient That Endorsed Tampa’s ‘Dr. Love’ on TV Was An Employee, of Sorts
Jolley Trolley Sued for Age Discrimination, Fabricating Complaints Against Driver
CLEARWATER, Fla. – Jolley Trolley Transportation of Clearwater has been sued by its most senior and eldest bus driver, Robert Schoenstein. A former bus driver for Pinellas County School Systems for 14-years, Schoenstein joined the non-profit transportation service in 2014. It provides daily trolley services…Read More Jolley Trolley Sued for Age Discrimination, Fabricating Complaints Against Driver
Toddlers Hospitalized After Eating Nerds Rope Candy Laced with Marijuana
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Fla. – Two toddlers, 16-months and three years old were hospitalized in November 2020 when they unwittingly ate Nerds Rope candy laced with marijuana. Tyrone Jackson, their father, had locked them in a bedroom so he could smoke a cigarette outside. When he…Read More Toddlers Hospitalized After Eating Nerds Rope Candy Laced with Marijuana
Christian Attorney ‘Fired’ After Two-Months, Files Multi-Discrimination Lawsuit
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – A lawsuit has been filed against South St. Petersburg’s predominant domestic violence organization called “CASA” (Community Action Stops Abuse.) CASA is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit entity established in 1977. The lawsuit’s Plaintiff is former CASA attorney Daniel Blattner, who successfully…Read More Christian Attorney ‘Fired’ After Two-Months, Files Multi-Discrimination Lawsuit
“Nightmares of Drowning,” Mother and Disabled Child Sue Legoland Beach Retreat
WINTER HAVEN, Fla. – On December 2, a Lithia mother and her disabled 10-year-old son filed a lawsuit against Legoland Beach Retreat and its British parent company, Merlin Entertainments Group. The lawsuit accuses Legoland’s Water Park of exhibiting discriminatory policies, practices, and procedures against children…Read More “Nightmares of Drowning,” Mother and Disabled Child Sue Legoland Beach Retreat