Corey Allicock, 28, killed while riding in Robert Williams’ Uber car
By Erik Sandoval – Reporter , Troy Campbell – Reporter
LONGWOOD, Fla. — The family of an Uber passenger killed in a deadly crash involving a Seminole County sheriff’s patrol car has filed a negligence lawsuit against all of the parties involved.
According to the Seminole County Clerk of Courts, the lawsuit was filed by the family of Corey Allicock, 28, who was killed in the crash on Dec. 12.
Attorney Dan Newlin obtained a record-setting $100 million verdict on behalf of a teen who suffered severe brain damage and has remained in a coma since 2012. The case was tried last week in the Orange County Court before the Honorable Judge Donald Myers, Jr. The damages award includes payments for past and future medical care, punitive damages, pain and suffering for the teen, as well as emotional distress and loss of companionship for her mother, Alma Fletcher.
Dan Newlin Advocates for Victim’s Family
Dan Newlin of Newlin Law, and an Orange County jury sent a strong message to would-be murders that not only would they be held criminally liable for their actions, but also would be subject to civil judgments against them. On October 4, 2007, now slain Orlando police officer Alfred Gordon was gunned down and killed by Hugo Terry and Davin Smith in a robbery attempt following Gordon’s withdrawal of cash from a Bank of America ATM. The two suspects were arrested two days later and were subsequently charged and convicted of first degree murder. Both Terry and Smith are serving life sentences without chance for parole.
Dan Newlin & Kids Team Up with Holyfield
There were lots of smiles on Sunday, as seven children who are battling cancer at the Arnold Palmer Children’s Hospital, got to share the spotlight with the former Undisputed World Champion, Evander Holyfield, thanks to the Dan Newlin Miracle Project.
The brainchild of famed Orlando attorney, Dan Newlin, the kids spent several hours with Holyfield at the swanky Law Offices of Attorney Dan Newlin and Partners at 7335 Sand Lake Road in Orlando, on Sunday.
Marisol Gonzalez Was Struck by Utility Truck
Marisol Gonzalez came to Orlando to start a new school, learn a new language and begin a new life after moving from Puerto Rico this summer to join her father, Francisco Gonzalez.
The 10-year-old was walking home from Ventura Elementary School with her older sister, Ildaris, on Dec. 2 when brakes screeched and an Orlando Utilities Commission truck veered directly toward them. The crash left Marisol with critical injuries and devastated her 15-year-old sister. “She is emotionally destroyed,” Francisco Gonzalez said of Ildaris at a news