Tag Archives: Complaint

Law Offices of Robin Bresky Obtains Reversal of Order Dismissing Nursing Home Abuse Case

By Robin Bresky |

Kaufman v. FS Tenant Pool III Trust Case No. 4D10-5122 We represented an elderly plaintiff who brought suit against a nursing home, through her daughter as power of attorney. Our client alleged multiple abuses by the nursing home in violation of its duty of care pursuant to sections 400.022(1), (2)(n) and (2)(o), Florida Statutes…. Read More »

Rip Van Winkle and Default Judgments: Fourth Reverses Order Granting Motion To Vacate Eighteen Year Old Default Judgment

By Robin Bresky |

Block v. Tosun Case No. 4D11-1594 The Fourth District Court of Appeal (“DCA”) reviewed a trial court order granting a motion to vacate an eighteen year old default judgment without an evidentiary hearing. The plaintiff trustees had obtained a default judgment against Tosun in 1992. Eighteen years later, with no record activity having occurred,… Read More »

Saved by Sloppy Filing: Fourth DCA Reverses Summary Judgment of Foreclosure Where Bank Failed to Attach Assignment

By Robin Bresky |

Duke v. HSBC Mortgage Services, LLC, Case No. 4D09-5183 The Fourth District Court of Appeal (“DCA”) reviewed a trial court order granting summary judgment of foreclosure against the homeowners, who were husband and wife. At the time HSBC filed its complaint in the trial court, it attached a mortgage showing the Dukes as the… Read More »

Factual Differences in the Complaint and Cure Letters in a Foreclosure Proceeding Preclude Summary Judgment

By Robin Bresky |

Valencia v. Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, 4D09-3297 June 22, 2011 The Fourth District addressed an appeal of an order granting summary final judgment in favor if the lender in a foreclosure proceeding.  The complaint had alleged December 1, 2003 as the date of the borrower’s default. The mortgage required that the lenders provide… Read More »