34 min

Florida Appellate Review with Andrew Harris 8-6-21 Florida Appellate Review with Andrew Harris

    • Education

Welcome to another edition of the Florida Appellate Review Case Law Update. In this week’s episode, our founder, Board-Certified Appellate Attorney Andrew Harris, joined by Jennifer Dinetz and Jeff Adelman, discussed a series of cases addressing:

•Whether insurance adjusters and a medical doctor’s affidavits were properly stricken by the trial judge, where the affidavits addressed the reasonableness of medical costs and whether medical treatment was reasonably related to the subject motor vehicle accidents;
•Whether an adverse inference instruction was warranted in an Engle progeny case where a plaintiff shredded medical records, including the circumstances in which a duty to preserve evidence arises, and whether a duty to preserve evidence is required before an adverse inference instruction is given by a trial judge; and
•Whether a hotel was entitled to summary judgment in a negligence case, where an invitee fell in an unbeveled 3/8 inch change in evaluation between the tiled entryway and the carpeted floor of the hotel room.


If you would like to discuss any of the cases or issues discussed in this week’s episode, or are interested in appearing on one of our future episodes, please contact host Andrew Harris at andrew@harrisappeals.com. You can listen to this episode and all podcast episodes at any of your favorite streaming locations; just search for Florida Appellate Review, the podcast for Andrew Harris & Harris Appeals.

Please subscribe and share!

Welcome to another edition of the Florida Appellate Review Case Law Update. In this week’s episode, our founder, Board-Certified Appellate Attorney Andrew Harris, joined by Jennifer Dinetz and Jeff Adelman, discussed a series of cases addressing:

•Whether insurance adjusters and a medical doctor’s affidavits were properly stricken by the trial judge, where the affidavits addressed the reasonableness of medical costs and whether medical treatment was reasonably related to the subject motor vehicle accidents;
•Whether an adverse inference instruction was warranted in an Engle progeny case where a plaintiff shredded medical records, including the circumstances in which a duty to preserve evidence arises, and whether a duty to preserve evidence is required before an adverse inference instruction is given by a trial judge; and
•Whether a hotel was entitled to summary judgment in a negligence case, where an invitee fell in an unbeveled 3/8 inch change in evaluation between the tiled entryway and the carpeted floor of the hotel room.


If you would like to discuss any of the cases or issues discussed in this week’s episode, or are interested in appearing on one of our future episodes, please contact host Andrew Harris at andrew@harrisappeals.com. You can listen to this episode and all podcast episodes at any of your favorite streaming locations; just search for Florida Appellate Review, the podcast for Andrew Harris & Harris Appeals.

Please subscribe and share!

34 min

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