Appeals Court Upholds $12 Million Award in Wrongful Death Lawsuit

South Florida law firm Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley PA (Searcy Denney) today announced that a Florida appeals court has now upheld a circuit court’s decision finding three parties negligent in the 2011 death of nine-year-old Andrew Connor Curtis. The lower court awarded Curtis’ estate $12 million, plus interest and costs.  In 2013, a Florida jury found that three parties shared responsibility for Curtis’ death – Bygel, Villas on the Green Condominium Association, and the property management company overseeing Villas on the Green.  Read the article…………….


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