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We are experienced trial lawyers with a fundamental priority in mind--working every day to protect the interests of our clients and deliver the highest quality legal representation possible. We leverage our passion for the law to honor that commitment and fight to ensure our clients receive fair and just outcomes to all matters in which we are involved.

See all cases below in which we are now ACTIVE and ENGAGED.



Numerous Force-Placed Insurance Class Action Cases

The Moskowitz Law Firm has served as co-lead counsel in 31 nationwide class actions filed in various courts across the country against the largest banks and insurers on behalf of millions of homeowners for claims of force-placed insurance. The settlements have already provided $5.9 billion in relief to 5.3 million homeowners nationwide.

Led by Adam M. Moskowitz, The Moskowitz Law Firm currently represents several other consumers in pending nationwide FPI cases.


Recently, the Firm successfully secured settlements which were granted final approval by the U.S. District Court of New Jersey for two force-placed class action cases (Case No. 3:l7-cv-06668 and Case No. 3:17-cv-O6677). The two cases mark the Firm’s 29th and 30th national class settlements, which have been granted final approval in states such as New Jersey and by courts across the country.

These latest settlements not only add to the total monetary relief the Firm has won for its plaintiffs, but have further solidified important injunctive changes regarding overcharges for force-placed insurance, basically ending all of these practices nationwide. 

The attorneys at The Moskowitz Law Firm are proud to stand with homeowners who have been wrongfully treated by many of the country’s major mortgage lenders/servicers and lender-placed insurance providers.


Multiple Travel Insurance Class Action Cases

Adam M. Moskowitz and his team currently serve as co-lead counsel in a number of proposed nationwide class actions brought on behalf of millions of consumers who were deceived by some of the largest cruise lines in the world, including Carnival Cruise Lines, Norwegian Cruise Lines, and Royal Caribbean International. These cruise lines, through omission, engaged in a pattern of unlawful profiteering, deceit, and self-dealing with regard to travel insurance policies they sold as distribution participants on behalf of various travel insurers.


The cruise lines created a massive hidden profit center by overcharging passengers for these travel insurance policies, knowing they would receive kickbacks from the travel insurers for each policy sold.

All class members seek injunctive relief, damages, attorneys’ fees, and pre- and post-judgment interest.

The cases are being litigated in federal court in the Southern District of Florida.


Transamerica COI Litigation

Case No. 2:16-cv-01378-CAS-AJW

Case No. 2:18-cv-05422-CAS-GJS

The Moskowitz Law Firm serves as co-lead counsel for a nationwide class of consumers that suffered monthly rate increases in their policies with Transamerica Life Insurance Company--one of the world's largest providers of life insurance and other products.

The Firm secured a settlement that was recently granted final approval by Federal Judge Christina Snyder, providing important injunctive relief and $195 million for plaintiffs.


The Moskowitz Law Firm was joined by fellow co-lead counsel Bonnett Fairbourn Friedman & Balint PC and Consumer Watchdog in their efforts to achieve this monumental recovery to resolve the 2016 class action.

Adam M. Moskowitz and his team also represent an additional proposed consolidated class of Transamerica consumers that had COI increases in 2017.


Universal Property & Casualty Insurance Company Class Action

The Moskowitz Law Firm has sued Universal Property, the largest private insurance company in the State of Florida, to put an end to its ongoing practice of intentionally failing to pay statutory interest on insurance claims it has settled but paid over 20 days late, as is specifically required by Florida law.

This case seeks the payment of those unpaid interest funds to the proposed class and to bring an end to this illegal practice.


The case is being litigated in the Miami-Dade County Circuit Court’s Complex Business Litigation section.


FieldTurf Multi District Litigation

Case No. 3:17-md-02779-MAS-TJB

Numerous class actions brought against Fieldturf were consolidated in the District of New Jersey Court earlier this year. The class actions were brought by many of the best class action firms in the country for the same allegedly defective artificial fields, which serve as the basis for pursuing the recovery of millions of dollars in damages.

Adam M. Moskowitz of The Moskowitz Law Firm is appointed as co-lead counsel.


He is joined by Chris Seeger of Seeger Weiss LLP, while James Cecchi of Carella, Byrne, Cecchi, Olstein, Brody & Agnello, PC serves as liaison counsel for the plaintiffs.

The court already denied the defendants’ motion to dismiss and the parties are now preparing to seek class certification.


Lincoln COI Litigation

Case No. 2:16-cv-06605

Case No. 2:17-cv-04150

Adam M. Moskowitz and his team are leading a proposed nationwide class of consumers that were victims of COI rate increases by Lincoln National Life Insurance Company, a subsidiary of Lincoln Financial Group (LNC), a Fortune 250 holding company that operates multiple insurance and investment management businesses throughout the U.S.


The 2016 case is being litigated in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the court has already denied the defendants’ motion to dismiss.

The Moskowitz Law Firm and its partners are also representing a separate class of Lincoln consumers in a 2017 case aimed at securing relief due to the same life insurance rate increases.


Dometic RV Refrigerator

Case No. 1:16-cv-22482

The Moskowitz Law Firm currently represents a proposed class of nationwide purchasers of gas absorption refrigerators from Dometic Corporation pending in the Southern District of Florida. The Firm is joined by some of the leading class action attorneys and firms in the country, including Terrence Beard, Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro LLP, Zimmerman Reed LLP, and Searcy Denney Scarola Barnhart & Shipley PA.


The class-action complaint alleges that in the past 20 years, more than 3,000 Dometic refrigerators have leaked flammable gas causing them to ignite and start fires.


1 Global Capital Fraud Class Action

Case No. 18-19121-RBR

The Moskowitz Law Firm currently represents investors against 1 Global Capital LLC, a company based in Miami-Dade County, Florida that has been accused of operating more than $287 million in unregistered securities and defrauding at least 3,400 retail investors.


The Firm continues to actively coordinate with the counsel for the Debtor, Special Counsel to the Debtor, and the Creditors Committee to protect the best interests of the investors.

Adam Schwartzbaum and the legal team are working with attorneys at Meland Russin & Budwick PA and Bonnett Fairbourn Friedman & Balint PC in this endeavor.


AmerisourceBergen Opioid Litigation

Case No. 1:19-cv-20618

This litigation was brought by The Moskowitz Law Firm on behalf of the Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida. The Tribe and its members have been battling the effects of the opioid epidemic and seek to recoup money and resources expended to build rehabilitation facilities and fund treatment programs.


Opioid addiction, overdose, and mortality is a major issue throughout Indian Country and the Miccosukee Tribe has filed this suit to put a stop to the dangerous and deceptive marketing and distribution practices of opioid manufacturers and distributors.


3M Product Class Action

Case No. 1:19cv-20606

The Moskowitz Law Firm has filed numerous complaints in the Southern District of Florida against government contractor 3M on behalf of its clients, whom are former members of the U.S. military, alleging the company knowingly sold earplugs that were faulty.

The Firm is seeking a nationwide class of veterans who were required to wear these obviously defective earplugs and today have serious hearing problems.


This is the first class action filed on behalf of all veterans who used Dual-Ended Combat Arms™ Earplugs and are suffering significant damages due to the poor design of the plugs.

3M, the Minnesota-based company which ranked No. 97 in the 2018 Fortune 500 list of the largest U.S. corporations by total revenue, made the earplugs for the Army from 2005-2013 and settled a whistleblower case for the defective product just last year.

More veterans reside in South Florida than almost anywhere in the United States, with over 240,000 Army veterans living here. Not only that, but Florida overall has among the largest number of military bases as any state in the nation. This served as the basis for the argument made by Adam Moskowitz last Thursday before the Judicial Multi District Litigation Panel, seeking to send all of the hundreds of thousands of possible cases to Miami and work together with some of the best and brightest lawyers in the country.

The case is the only action, among hundreds, that seeks immediate medical monitoring of all our injured heroes, paid for by 3M (and tax money funding Veterans Hospitals). Our veterans should not have to wait moths at understaffed and underfunded VA hospitals to just be seen and evaluated. We need to help them now for all they have done to serve our country and honor the trust they placed in us that the use of a government-approved product would not adversely affect their health.

We encourage anyone who is suffering from health issues or has been negatively impacted by the use of this product to contact our office immediately, and help us bring class-wide relief to all combat veterans and ensure expeditious recovery for our heroes.


Atlantic Salmon Antitrust Class Action

Case No. 19-cv-21652-UU

Following the European Union’s investigation into unexplained price increases in the salmon market, The Moskowitz Law Firm has brought an antitrust class action lawsuit against the world’s major producers of farm-raised Atlantic salmon.


The complaint alleges that the defendants have unlawfully conspired to restrain competition for the purpose of inflating salmon prices at the expense of purchasers of farm-raised salmon and products derived therefrom.

The attorneys at The Moskowitz Law Firm seek a Court order declaring defendants’ practices to be illegal, permanently enjoining and restraining defendants from continuing their anticompetitive behavior, and awarding judgment in favor of the plaintiff and members of the class for triple the amount of damages they have sustained by paying inflated prices for farm-raised salmon products.


Miccosukee Tribe of Indians

The Moskowitz Law Firm currently represents the Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida in various matters, as part of our burgeoning Native American Law practice.

The attorneys at the Moskowitz Law Firm, especially Associate Curtis Oceola, have worked on issues related to tribal law, sovereign immunity, treaty and trust rights, and administrative law related to Native American tribes.


The Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida have played an important role in our state’s history, with a proud legacy of culture, service, and growth.

As a people who have long contributed so much to enrich our communities, our Firm is proud to represent them and their interests.