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In The News: Solowsky & Allen, P.L.’s Declaratory Judgment Action to Determine Insurance Coverage for COVID-19 Business Income Losses

On March 31, 2020, Mason Pertnoy of Solowsky & Allen, P.L. filed a declaratory judgment action on behalf of Café La Trova against Aspen Specialty Insurance Company, seeking a determination by the court that losses relating to COVID-19 are covere… Read More
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Related Legal Issues? Solowsky & Allen, P.L. is Here to Help

As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and its effects trickle through our economy, the attorneys at Solowsky & Allen, P.L., are here to help. If you need legal advice, or you have been damaged and need to file a lawsuit or claim, or have had a lawsuit fi… Read More
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update to Current and Prospective Clients

In an effort to protect the health and wellbeing of our clients and staff, Solowsky & Allen, P.L. has decided to close our office and have our attorneys and staff service our client needs by working remotely. Please be assured that during this di… Read More
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Solowsky & Allen, P.L. Represents Plaintiffs in Lawsuits Against Opioid Manufacturers and Distributors

Each day on average more than 115 Americans die from overdosing on opioids, and thousands more struggle with addiction. The misuse of and addiction to opioids, including prescription pain relievers, heroin, and synthetic opioids, is a crisis that aff… Read More
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Categories: Cases

Solowsky & Allen, P.L. Partners Richard Allen and Mason Pertnoy Recognized as Most Effective Class Actions/Mass Torts Attorneys in South Florida

Solowsky & Allen, P.L. partners Richard Allen and Mason Pertnoy were recognized in the Daily Business Review’s 15th Annual Most Effective Lawyers 2019 edition. Mr. Allen and Mr. Pertnoy received recognition as the most effective attorneys in th… Read More
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Categories: Honors

Partner Richard Allen Guest Lectures at the FSU School of Law

On November 19, 2019, Solowsky & Allen, P.L. named partner Richard Allen was a guest lecturer at the Florida State University School of Law in Tallahassee, Florida. Mr. Allen taught a class of third-year law students. Lecture topics included lega… Read More
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Categories: In the Community

In The News: Solowsky & Allen, P.L.'s Class Action Lawsuit Against The Fresh Market and Tyson Fresh Meats

Solowsky & Allen, P.L.’s recently filed Class Action against The Fresh Market and Tyson Fresh Meats has garnered attention from various media outlets, including the Sun-Sentinel, topclassactions.com, and classaction.org. Please visit the fo… Read More
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Categories: Media

Solowsky & Allen, P.L. Files Class Action Against Fresh Market and Tyson Fresh Meats for Deceiving Consumers Over ‘Prime’ Pork

A class action lawsuit has been brought in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida by ten class representatives, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated, against The Fresh Market, Inc. (“Fresh Marke… Read More
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Categories: Cases

Solowsky & Allen, P.L. Successfully Represents Class Members in Settling Class Arbitration Against JetSmarter Which Provides Over $200 Million in Benefits

On August 22, 2019, a Final Judgment was entered against JetSmarter, confirming the Arbitrator’s Final Award approving the class settlement. Mason A. Pertnoy, Esq., Richard L. Allen, Esq., Leah Gardner, Esq., and Steven D. Solowsky, Esq., Solowsky… Read More
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Categories: Cases

Solowsky & Allen, P.L. Successfully Defends Clients by Obtaining a Dismissal with Prejudice in the Trial Court and Winning the Appeal

Litigators Richard L. Allen, Esq. and Lauren Kain Whaley, Esq. of Solowsky & Allen, P.L. successfully defended two businessmen who were sued by their former business partner and former employer for alleged fraud, conspiracy, and breach of fiducia… Read More
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Categories: Cases

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