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Malove Henratty, P.A. in the News

With more than 50 years of collective experience to our name, Malove Henratty, P.A., has continuously been recognized for the winning results we’ve secured for our clients. Our Fort Lauderdale attorneys are regularly featured in the news, making us the trusted, go-to source for personal injury legal representation in Florida. Aggressive in our approach and calculated in our methods, we’re in the business of securing favorable results for our clients, and we’ll stop at nothing in our pursuit of justice on your behalf. To learn more about the types of cases we represent and the big rewards we’ve won, read through some of the news articles we’ve been featured in over the years.

Recent Posts in In the News

  • 3-Oct-2013

    Products Liability- Miami-Dade County- Bicyclist Thrown to Ground Awarded $800,000

    A jury awarded $800,000 to a man who claimed he suffered jaw and shoulder injuries when he was thrown from his bicycle. Antonio Miguelez, then 33, was riding his Klein Revo Road bicycle up the Rickenbacker Causeway in Miami when he alleged the front ...
  • 12-Dec-2011

    Most Effective Lawyers - 2011 - Personal Injury Two Guided Legal Team to $33M Award for Quadriplegic

    It was the last day of 2008 and the last time Manos Milien would walk. Milien, now 62, a backseat passenger in a Toyota Corolla, was left a quadriplegic when the sedan was rear-ended by a minivan on I-95 in Deerfield Beach. There was no disputing the ...
  • 10-Nov-2011

    High Court Upholds $10.3 Million Award

    Since her husband’s heart was irrevocably damaged in 2003 when he wasn’t given critical medicine at Palms West Hospital, former Wellington resident Nadine Raphael has been waiting for justice. She got it this week when the Florida Supreme ...
  • 10-Nov-2010

    $33.1 Million Award for 1-95 Crash Victim

    A Broward County jury has awarded a man who was left a quadriplegic in a 2008 highway collision more than $30 million in compensatory damages, court records shows. On Friday evening, the jury decided in favor of Manos Milien, 62, after he sued Wendy ...
  • 9-Nov-2010

    Broward Jury Awards Quadriplegic $31.45 Million in I-95 Wreck

    Wendy Whitney of Jacksonville was driving a 2008 Kia Sedona minivan with her 2-year-old daughter in a child safety seat when she rear-ended a 1996 Toyota Corolla in the slow lane in Deerfield Beach. The Corolla was moving about 50 mph, and the Sedona ...
  • 6-Sep-2009

    How Much is Life Worth? Debate Rages on Medical Malpractice Caps

    One of the most emotional moments in a 2007 medical malpractice trial came when Harvey Raphael testified that his life was destroyed after a doctor at Palms West Hospital failed to properly treat him for a heart attack. A once vigorous 70-something, ...
  • 10-Sep-2007

    Family Of Heart Attack Victim Awarded $10.3 Million

    In April 2003, Harvey Raphael, then 73, developed severe chest pains and was rushed to the emergency room at Palms West Hospital. An EKG revealed he was having a serious heart attack. A blood clot in the left anterior descending artery of the heart ...
  • 30-Aug-2007

    Woman Wins $10 Million Malpractice Verdict

    West Palm Beach, FL- A jury granted a woman a $10.3 million verdict Thursday. Nadine Raphael said Dr. James Shecter did not administer critical medicine when her 73 year-old husband Harvey arrived at Palms West Hospital on April 10, 2003, clearly ...
  • 7-Apr-2004

    Fathers Plan To Sue DCF In Fatal Fire

    Two men whose daughters died in a Hialeah house fire said Tuesday they plan to sue the Department of Children & Families for failing to remove the girls from the home, according to their attorney. The girls’ mother, Marie Auguste, 43, is ...
  • 14-Feb-2001

    Lawsuit, Parental Battles File Case Of A 12-year-old Killed By A Car

    Months from now, even years, perhaps, a jury might listen to days of testimony about a young boy named Stewart and a Spring Hill woman who stuck him with her car one night in January. They will have to decide whether Geraldine Berotti, 74, was ...
  • 9-Apr-1996

    Panel OKs Settlement to Amputee in ER Case

    It has been eight years since negligence in the emergency room at North Broward Medical Center cost Jaharvis Frazier the use of his legs and an arm. But the 11-year-old Pompano Beach boy and his mother got some long-awaited news Monday when a ...
  • 28-May-1989

    Man Sues Florida City Police Over His Arrest, Alleged Beating

    A man who contends he was part of a love triangle with a neighbor and a jealous Florida City police officer has filed suit against three officers, the department and the chief, claiming he was beaten and illegally arrested. The lawsuit, filed in U.S. ...
  • 12-Feb-1988

    Parents of Crushed Boy Get $2 Million Settlement

    The parents of a 7-year-old South Dade boy, who was killed by toppling lumber at a Home Depot store last year, have settled their lawsuit against the store for $2 million, the family’s attorney said Thursday. Elton Jerome Lee was crushed May 8 ...
  • 28-Jul-1987

    Court Scolds City On Handicapped Ramp

    The city of Key West created “a trap” for a wheelchair—bound Miami man who was hit by a car while he was searching for an access ramp to a Duval Street sidewalk, an appeal court has ruled. Donald Feldstein, 41, a vocational ...
  • 2-Jul-1987

    Malove Henratty, P.A. Wins $775,000 Award for Surviving Family Members of Delta Crash Victim

    In 1987, Malove Henratty, P.A. litigated on behalf of the surviving family members of Sgt. David Bruce Miller, a Hialeah police officer who died in a Delta airplane crash near Dallas in 1985. The $775,000 award came after 2 years of negotiations with ...
  • 27-Mar-1986

    Dead Woman's Family Awarded $3.9 Million

    Seven years after the death of a woman, who went to Cedars of Lebanon Hospital for what was to be simple gynecological surgery, a jury awarded her family $3.9 million in damages Wednesday. Maria Teresa Silva, the wide of a staff physician at Cedars, ...