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Video Clips of Scott N. Gelfand, P.A.

Oct 10, 2011 WSVN Dust Mite Story
Mar 3, 2009 WSVN Crespo Report
Apr 28, 2005 WSVN Fierro Report

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Newspaper and Television Articles Regarding Scott Gelfand's Cases


Nov 11, 2011 7 News Investigations: Dust Mite Mystery
After soaking South Florida rains there is a four letter word that homeowners fear most -- mold -- but now some experts say it may not be what is making many people sick the creepy culprit microscopic dust mites.
Mar 3, 2009 TV transcript -- Carmel on the case -- Mold Mess
What would you do if your house made you so sick you couldn't live in it? That's the problem facing one Miramar couple, and investigative reporter Carmel Cafiero is On the Case.
Mar 2, 2004 Mold lawsuits filed against school districts
Originally published in the Sarasota Herald-Tribune
Feb 27, 2004 Mold lawsuits being filed
Originally published in the North Port Sun
Sep 20, 2003 Lawsuits target mold in schools
Originally published in the South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Sep 20, 2003 Broward schools mold problems spawn lawsuits
Originally published in the Miami Herald
Sep 18, 2003 TV transcript -- Carmel on the case -- School mold infestation follow-up
An update to an ongoing problem at some South Florida schools -- 7 News was first to expose. Parents of 20 students suing -- saying the schools are making their kids sick. 7's Carmel Cafiero has the exclusive.
Nov 7, 2002 Families file suit
Originally published in the Coral Springs Forum
Oct 23, 2002 Mold forces family out of Saturnia home
Originally published in the West Boca Times
Jul 7, 2002 Menace of mold
Originally published in the South Florida Sun-Sentinel
May 14, 2002 Mold gets added attention - Floridians Take Spore Complaints to Court
Originally published in the South Florida Sun-Sentinel
May 5, 2002 Toxic mold spawns sickness, lawsuits, and debate
Originally published in the Palm Beach Post
Apr 11, 2002 Developer named in lawsuits
Originally published in the Boca Raton News
Jan 14, 2010 FP&L Customers file suit, saying power outages avoidable
Power failures that left thousands of Florida Power & Light Co. customers cold and in the dark over the weekend were avoidable, according to a Coral Springs attorney.
Jan 13, 2010 FP&L Targeted with Class Action
On the same day the Florida Public Service Commission is taking up Florida Power & Light Co.’s rate hike request, a lawsuit has been filed against the state’s largest utility.
Apr 10, 2009 Bankrupt Boynton condo to repay $1.5 million in deposits to buyers
Thirty buyers who signed contracts for units at the Peninsula Boynton Beach condo will get back a combined $1.5 million under a class action suit settled last week.
Feb 9, 2009 Technicality gives couple grounds to end deal for Port St. Lucie home
A Miami-based arbitrator ruled in January that the contract Kurt and Micheline Moeding inked with Kolter Homes violated federal law, and that they should get their $76,114 deposit back.
Feb 3, 2009 Port St. Lucie couple get deposit back, not forced to close on home
In a binding decision, a Miami-based arbitrator ruled Jan. 22 that home builder, Kolter Homes Verano, LLC, must refund the deposit that Kurt and Micheline Moeding paid in October 2006 for a single-family home in the Port St. Lucie community.
Jun 12, 2000 Promoter in hot water over boxer with hepatitis
Originally published in the New York Post.
Jun 12, 2000 Promoter got illegal payoff
Originally published in the New York Post.
Mar 24, 2000 Champ's court no-show may cost crown
Originally published in the New York Post.
Mar 23, 2000 King is no jester in court
Originally published in the Daily News.
Mar 23, 2000 King comes out swingin' in court fight with Lewis
Originally published in the New York Post.
Mar 22, 2000 King, champ slug it out in court
Originally published in the New York Post.
Mar 22, 2000 If King has his way, Lewis will be dethroned in court
Originally published in the Daily News.

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