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(l-r) Cristina Sabbagh, Bryan Hofeld, and Zane Berg, with the Schlesinger Law Firm. Courtesy photos. (l-r) Cristina Sabbagh, Bryan Hofeld, and Zane Berg, with the Schlesinger Law Firm. Courtesy photos.

Bryan Hofeld, Zane Berg and Cristina Sabbagh of Schlesinger Law Offices in Fort Lauderdale won a $2.18 million jury verdict for a cyclist struck by a car in Sanibel Island in Lee County.

It was a satisfying result for the plaintiff, who had rejected an award of about $450,00 in damages after mandatory nonbinding arbitration in April, according to Hofeld.

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Raychel Lean

Raychel Lean is ALM's Florida bureau chief, overseeing the Daily Business Review. Email her at [email protected] or follow her on Twitter via @raychellean.

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