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Michael B. Stevens and Mary Grecz of Derrevere Stevens Black & Cozad in West Palm Beach. Courtesy Photo) Michael B. Stevens and Mary Grecz of Derrevere Stevens Black & Cozad in West Palm Beach prevailed with a motion for an adverse jury instruction. Courtesy photo.

When a crucial piece of pipe from a major water loss at an NFL player’s South Florida home mysteriously disappeared, Broward lawyers Michael B. Stevens and Mary Grecz were in a bind — suddenly unable to prove to an insurer how the damage actually happened.

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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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