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$12 Million Haggard Law Verdict Featured in VerdictSearch Periodical

A recent issue of the VerdictSearch periodical named a $12 Million verdict earned by Haggard Law in a wrongful death, negligent security case as the "Featured Verdict" of the month. Background of Case A Miami Dade County jury awarded the parents of Yaimi Guevara Machado $12 million following a five-day trial that originated from a wrongful death negligent security lawsuit filed against the Chesapeake Motel. On April 10, 2016, their daughter, 30-year-old Machado was locked out of her hotel room only wearing a bra and jeans when she asked the staff of the Hialeah motel for help . They refused. Moments later, police...

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FL. Senate Kills Human Trafficking Survivors Lawsuit Bill

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In a move that most would call a surprising, members of a Florida Senate Committee pulled a bill that would allow human trafficking survivors to sue Florida hotels and other businesses where they were sold for sex. The partnering House bill had already passed two committees and was headed to the House floor. “This was a chance for our state leaders to take a stand against modern day slavery and they chose the hospitality lobby” says Haggard Law Firm Managing Partner Michael Haggard. Haggard, who is the current president of the National Crime Victim's Bar Association, added “to say this is disappointing is a...

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Michael Haggard Named ‘Lawyer of the Year’

Congratulations to our Managing Partner Michael Haggard who has been named the 2018 Miami “Lawyer of the Year” by Best Lawyers.

Only one attorney is recognized as the “Lawyer of the Year” for each specialty and location. Michael received the highest overall peer-feedback for the Miami area in the Personal Injury Litigation– Plaintiffs practice area category.

NEGLIGENT SECURITY CASE RESULT: $1.8 Million to Family of Murdered Father

    Del Rio Apartment Complex Owners Ignored Multiple Requests from Staff to Increase Security  Tampa – The companies that once owned the Avesta Del Rio Apartment Complex have agreed to pay the family of 23-year-old murder victim Damian Bowie $1.8 million to settle a negligent security lawsuit.  The lawsuit filed by Douglas McCarron of The Haggard Law Firm (www.haggardlawfirm.com) alleged that the deadly 2014 shooting that claimed Bowie’s life could have been prevented if complex ownership took action after multiple requests by staff members to better secure the property. On March 2, 2014, Bowie visited the Del Rio apartments (5013 E. Sligh Avenue, Tampa) to...

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