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$1 Million Settlement Daycare Death Case

Haggard Law Firm attorneys Michael Haggard, Todd Michaels, and Christopher Marlowe have obtained a $1 million settlement in a wrongful death case involving a toddler. In 2017, a two-year-old child died of meningitis while abroad.  The child’s parents alleged that their child contracted the disease at a Miami-Dade County daycare facility where the child attended.  Another child had died of a different strain of the disease who was also a student of the defendant daycare facility. "Our hearts are broken for our clients as they continue to deal with this devastating tragedy. While no case result will fully heal their pain, our hope is that this settlement...

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Holiday Shopping Safety Tips

Tis the season for the holiday shopping surge. Unfortunately with the increased traffic experienced by most stores, malls and gas stations comes a rise in crime at those commercial properties. While some malls take responsible steps to increase security measures, too many businesses are negligent in providing the adequate security needed to protect you and your family from harm.

The Haggard Law Firm has litigated hundreds of negligent security & premises liability cases. It’s with that vast experience of investigating what security measures some business owners or property managers fail to do that we bring you  Holiday Shopping Safety Tips.

Haggard Law Earns $1.57 Million Verdict in Car Crash Case

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Miami, FL (October 30, 2017) – Late Friday night, following a 5-day civil court trial, a Miami-Dade jury awarded John Souza nearly $1.57 million. The trial stemmed from a lawsuit Souza, an Atlanta resident, filed after suffering injuries to his spine following a car  Pictures of Souza Crash 2accident on October 20, 2014. Souza and his wife, Anh, were traveling north on Biscayne Boulevard when another driver violated the right-of-way and collided into their car just off NW 35th Street.

The defendants, CH Global Construction who owned the vehicle, admitted the crash was their fault but also said the Souza was traveling too fast for the conditions. Souza, who was in town for a fitness competition, did not seek medical attention until he went back home to Atlanta the next day.

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