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Even With Clear Video Evidence, Summary Judgment Not Available If Video Contradicted By Witness Testimony

In Lopez v. Wilsonart (Fla. 5th DCA Jul 12, 2019), the Fifth DCA held that a trial court erred by granting summary judgment based upon video evidence. A question of fact existed because an eyewitness’s testimony differed from the video, even though the video completely contradicted an eyewitness’s testimony about the facts of the incident. […]

Florida Litigation Appellate Opinions: Banks are not liable for customer suicides, a personal injury case dismissed for a plaintiff’s false testimony, and insurance attorney fee issues (Week of November 16-20, 2015)

Every week, Scott J. Edwards, P.A. brings you this summary of selected opinions issued by Florida’s appellate courts in the previous week, with a focus on opinions discussing civil procedure, appellate procedure, trial practice, evidence, commercial litigation, insurance litigation, and personal injury litigation.  This article covers the week of November 16-20, 2015. Click here to learn more about Scott Edwards’ […]