Monthly Archives: April 2016


Changes To Florida Wrongful Death Act Could Give Recourse To Parents Of Adult Children

In 2004, a 38-year-old man named Pete Thomas was admitted to a New Port Richey, Florida hospital for abdominal pain. Six weeks later he was dead, suffering cardiac and respiratory arrest after he was administered what his mother says was a lethal mix of medication.…

Florida Family Sues For Medical Malpractice After A Cancer Misdiagnosis

In January 2016, local Jacksonville basketball coach and former pro player Rex Morgan died of oral cancer after being told by a doctor that his biopsies were cancer-free. Morgan’s widow Kathleen has now filed a misdiagnosis lawsuit with a malpractice attorney against the pathologist and…

Can I File Chapter 7 Or 13 Bankruptcy In Fl For Millionaires?

True or false: if I make a lot of money or have a lot of assets, then I can’t file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy in the state of Florida. False. Don’t fall for that common myth about bankruptcy for millionaires. Even if…

Central Florida Health Care Provider Took Shortcuts on Cancer Patient Care

Central Florida residents learned that Altamonte Springs-based Adventist Health System Sunbelt Healthcare (known to our community by its trade names, “Florida Hospital” and “Florida Hospital Medical Group”) was accused by the Department of Justice of knowingly administering potentially contaminated chemotherapy drugs to patients. “The fact…