Law360 (July 1, 2021, 4:35 p.m. EDT) – News that the Florida condominium building, which was partially collapsed last week, has no more than $ 48 million in insurance coverage on its disposal, prompted a state judge on Thursday to warn the assignment the limited resources made available to victims will pose “very serious” problems.
During a Zoom 911 hearing on the first four lawsuits related to the Surfside City disaster, Miami-Dade District District Judge Michael A. Hanzman emphasized the sensitive nature of the cases. Rescue workers are still searching rubble looking for missing residents, but the court must also act quickly and carefully to maximize victims’ recovery.
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