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Demoura v. Travelers

September 16, 2019, PIP, discontinuation of benefits, directed verdict, failure to show conditions precedent. Style: Nimo Demoura v. The Travelers Home & Marine Insurance Company. Venue: County Court, Orange County, Florida. Plaintiff, Nimo Demoura, had been the restrained driver of a vehicle traveling on I-4 and at a stop for traffic at the on ramp […]

PIP Ruling

The firm recently obtained a ruling on a matter without precedence when the Second District Court of Appeal, after oral argument, agreed with Ramey & Kampf, P.A.’s managing partner, David Kampf, whom also successfully argued for our client at the trial level, that the insurer was entitled to a commercial right of reimbursement under Florida […]

FIFEC Presentations

Ramey & Kampf, P.A. was honored to present in the 27th Annual Florida Insurance Fraud Education Committee (FIFEC) Conference in Orlando, FL for not one, but two presentations that provided CEU and CLE credits for adjusters and attorneys. FIFEC provides education and training for the insurance fraud investigative community, promotes a coordinated effort within the insurance […]

Ambrose v. Ferro & State Farm

March 22, 2019, Low back injury, radiofrequency ablations Style: Jamie Ambrose v. James J. Ferro & State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company Venue: Circuit Court, Pasco County, Florida. Plaintiff, Jamie Ambrose, had been a restrained driver in a vehicle stopped at a red light at the intersection of U.S. 19 and Moog Road, New Port […]

Mason v. Whiting

November 1, 2018 CATASTROPHIC INJURY, VEGETATIVE STATE Style: Earl B. Mason Sr. as Plenary Guardian of the ward, Earl B. Mason Jr. v. Robert Hines as Personal Representative of the Estate of Nyla Whiting Venue: Circuit Court , Hillsborough County , Florida Defendant Nyla Whiting, age 70, had been the driver of a 2002 Toyota Corolla traveling […]

Through the Eyes of the Jury

Throughout law school and during my first few years of practice as a trial attorney, I have been told by professors, mentors, and peers alike what should and should not be worn in a courtroom. The goal was to not offend anyone on the jury. This theory seemed simple and easy to follow. The recommendations […]

Healthcare Fraud Action Highlights Ongoing Problem

The sweep of healthcare fraud cases announced by the Justice Department is sweeping and vast. Over $2 billion in fraud was identified by 600 defendants charged across the nation, defrauding health insurance for opioids that were re-sold as well as general services. A stunning $350 million of that fraud comes from South Florida alone. Those […]

Over-payments: Getting the Advantage for the Insurer

Overpayments to providers by insurers happen all the time. It’s not a matter of fraud but the complexities of the system. Medical providers rarely have fixed tables of cost for any given services and the actual price for any given treatment is often negotiable. Insurers have a disadvantage in this system. The position is made […]

PIP fraud still rampant

As the Florida legislature considers changes to Florida’s no-fault insurance system, sentencing has begun in one of the most intricate PIP fraud conspiracies in recent years. A total of $23 million dollars in fraudulent PIP claims was racked up over seven years. The case places in the public eye some details about how PIP fraud […]