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Florida Senate Vote Ends Eric Brody’s Search For Justice

After a decade of legal and political fights, Florida senators gave final approval Thursday to a $10.75 million claims bill that would compensate Eric Brody, at least to the extent money can, for brain injuries he suffered in a 1998 car crash with a Broward County sheriff’s deputy.

03/08/2012

Florida Legislature. (Source: AP)

Eric Brody Payment OK’d By Florida House

After years of battling politicians, insurance companies, and the Florida legislature, Eric Brody should finally receive payment for losing the ability to walk after his car was struck by a patrol car driven by a Broward Sheriff’s Deputy who was late for work. Monday, the Florida House followed the Senate and passed a $10.5 million claims bill.

03/05/2012

Florida Legislature. (Source: AP)

At Last, Florida House Clears Way To Pay Eric Brody

Eric Brody was left wheelchair-bound and unable to speak after his car was struck by a patrol car driven by a Broward Sheriff’s Deputy who was late for work. An insurance company agreed to pay him more than $10 million, but lacked the state approval to write the check. The family has been fighting everyone for 14 years, and Friday, a state committee said yes.

02/17/2012

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Senate Approves Claim For Man Injured By BSO Deputy

One of the first bills passed in the Florida Senate at the start of the 2012 legislative session was one that would provide a $10.75 million settlement with Eric Brody, who was injured in a car accident with a Broward Sheriff’s deputy.

CBS4–01/11/2012

Florida Legislature. (Source: AP)

Florida Senate Passes 1st Bills Of 2012 Session

The Senate has passed two claims bills, the first bills to pass in the 2012 legislative session.

CBS4–01/10/2012

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Budget Bill Deal Or No Deal At Center Of Chaotic Session End

The 2011 legislative session briefly careened off the track before crashing to an end early Saturday morning amid an intraparty GOP fracas over the nearly $70 billion budget.

CBS4–05/07/2011

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Man Injured In BSO Crash Again Denied Claims Bill

A $12 million award for a Broward man paralyzed when he was hit by a sheriff’s deputy speeding to work died with the end of the legislative session Saturday morning.

CBS4–05/07/2011

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Family Of Man Injured In BSO Crash Seeks Settlement Cash

The family of a South Florida man who was severely injured by a Broward Sheriff’s deputy more than a decade ago has appealed to Sheriff Al Lamberti to help them get their financial settlement.

03/10/2011