Court Awards Families Of Florida Drowning Victims $5.75 M & Says Insurer Acted In Bad Faith

A U.S. District Court Judge recently awarded the families of two Florida drowning victims $5.75 million against the City of Miami Beach for not posting warning signs about dangerous riptides. The $5 million verdict brought closure to a twelve year wrongful death lawsuit and assessed an additional $750,000 against the city’s insurer, Monticello Insurance Company, for bad faith insurance practices.

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