On May 18, 2016, David Switalski obtained a settlement of $180,000 on behalf of a client who sustained injuries to his left arm and low back requiring two separate surgeries in spite of insurance company efforts to portray the injuries as preexisting conditions. Steven Cooper (not his real name) … [Read more...]
Law Call Appearance
On January 31, 2016, David Switalski appeared on the WCTV television show "Law Call" with host Harry Graham. This was Mr. Switalski's fourth appearance on the show. Mr. Switalski answered legal questions from callers about how to start a business. Mr. Switalski also answered questions about wills, … [Read more...]
$175,000 Settlement for Death Caused by Taser
On November 8, 2012, John Adams (not his real name), a retired, 70-year old man who had a history of mental illness, was at a gas station. Two sheriff's deputies responded to a report from the convenience store clerk of a disturbance caused by Mr. Adams. The deputies determined that this was a … [Read more...]
The following are the cases of David Switalski that have been published in the Southern Reporter (2d and 3d Ed.) and the Federal Reporter (Supp. 2d Ed.): Rose v. Steigleman, 32 So.3d 644 (Fla. 1st DCA 2010) Florida Dept. of Ins. v. Chase Bank of Tex. Nat’l Ass’n, 243 F. Supp. 2d 1293 (N.D. … [Read more...]
Should I Challenge My Relative’s Will?
Every once in a while, relatives of a deceased person attempt to probate competing wills claiming that their version of the decedent’s Last Will and Testament expresses the true intentions of their loved one. They seek to have the other will “revoked” in what is commonly known as a “will contest.” … [Read more...]