On June 3, the Supreme Court of Florida entered an order suspending Mark Veith, a well-respected personal injury attorney, from the practice of law. The suspension arose from two separate acts of malpractice followed by a coverup and Veith’s betrayal of his clients’ trust.

In September 2003, a medical malpractice claim was referred to Veith. The statute of limitations was set to run out in October 2004, but Veith told his client that he had filed a motion to extend the statute of limitations for an additional two years. Unbeknownst to his client, that motion was never filed.

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