Colson Hicks Eidson in the News
Notable Cases Handled by Our Florida Personal Injury Lawyers
The Florida personal injury lawyers at Colson Hicks Eidson have a reputation for fighting—and winning—difficult cases, sometimes against big corporations. Below are some examples of cases covered by local and national news outlets. These include class action lawsuits involving tire defects and grave desecration, as well as wrongful death and white collar crime cases.
If you need help with a difficult or serious case, our personal injury attorneys may be able to help. Contact us online or call our office in Miami for a free initial consultation.
Apr 25, 2018: Who Is Responsible for the Southwest Explosion?
April 30, 2017: Happy 50th birthday this year to these Miami-area businesses
June 24, 2014: Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed After Swimming Pool Electrocution
June 24, 2014: Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed in Child Pool Electrocution
June 24, 2014: Family Sues After Boy Electrocuted in Pool
June 24, 2014: Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed in Calder Sloan Pool Electrocution
April 14, 2014: General Motors Dilemma May Leave Scar on Bankruptcy Law
July 18, 2013: Daily Business Review honors 40 Lawyers as 2013 Rising Stars – Patrick Montoya
December 9, 2012: Mike Eidson Quoted in the Miami Herald Article, “Families, Survivors File Suit in MIA Bus Crash”
February 23, 2012: Miner Quoted in the Miami Herald Article, “Court Battle of Rival SoBe Restaurants named Chow Ends, and the Winner is…”
January 24, 2012: Mike Eidson Quoted in the Miami Herald Article, “Carnival Faces a Tide of Hostile PR”
Disenfranchised Homeowners, Colson Hicks Eidson Stand Strong and Command Billion-Dollar Chinese Drywall Settlement
Mike Eidson of Colson Hicks Eidson on South Florida Today Speaks About Toyota
June 18, 2010: Joseph J. Kalbac, Jr. Elected Chairman of the Palmer Trinity School Board of Trustees
April 10, 2010: Mike Eidson, Partner at Colson Hicks Eidson, on How Much Toyota Stands to Lose to Lawsuits
June 25, 2005: $65.1 Million Verdict in Boy’s Electrocution Death Against Eller Media Corp.
December 3, 2003: $100 Million Settlement OK’d in Menorah Grave Desecrations
Ford Settles Tire Lawsuits Quietly
Class-action Suit in Burial Case OK’d