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Ayala Appeals to the 11th Circuit Order Dismissing Class Action Case Against Allianz for Misrepresentation of its “Trip Protection” Insurance.

On May 7, 2021, Ayala filed a Notice of Appeal on behalf of its client a consumer who purchased “trip protection” insurance from Allianz Global Assistance. In the lawsuit, the Plaintiff alleged that “ reasonable consumer would get the net impression that Allianz’s insurance provides broad, no-fault insurance protection and coverage, and that should one choose to purchase this insurance, one would not be “responsible…
Ayala Law P.A.
May 25, 2021
Class Actions

Ayala Files Class Action Lawsuit Against BPR Inc., the Manufacturer of the Popular Sea-Doo Jet-Skis

Ayala Files Class Action Lawsuit Against BPR Inc. (BPR), the Manufacturer of the Popular Sea-Doo Jet-Skis. In the lawsuit, the Plaintiff alleges that her Jet-Ski cracked on its own, without any collision, causing it to take on water and almost sink.  The lawsuit also alleges that since late 2017, BPR has been using a new technique in the molding of the Sea-Doos hulls that is…
Ayala Law P.A.
March 22, 2021
Class Actions

Ayala’s Attorney Attends Oral Argument in the Florida Third District Court Appeal in Case Challenging Prior Class Certification Order in the 11th Circuit Court of Miami

Ayala’s Attorney Eduardo A. Maura attended Oral Argument in the Florida Third District Court of Appeals. In the lower court case, Ayala had obtained an order granting Class Certification for his client. The case was filed on behalf of a class of plaintiffs, alleging that American Towing of Miami violated Florida Statutes 715.07 when it made consumers sign releases prior to returning vehicles that had…
Ayala Law P.A.
January 7, 2021
Class ActionsEmployeeLabor LawWages

What is The 80/20 Rule for Tipped Employees and Important Upcoming Changes to The Rule

The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), a federal law that regulates employees’ wages, requires generally that employers pay employees at least the Federal minimum wage per hour. Section 3(m) of the FLSA allows an employer that meets certain requirements to count a limited amount of the tips its “tipped employees” receive as a credit toward the employer’s Federal minimum wage obligation. This is why restaurants…
Ayala Law P.A.
September 10, 2020
Class ActionsConsumerConsumer Protection

Ayala Files Privacy-Violations Class Action Against Owners of Covid-Opportunistic Store Dreside.com

Ayala files privacy violation class action under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) against covid-19 opportunistic Dreside.com and its owners. Navitelia, the parent company took advantage of the covid-19 pandemic to mass text and email thousands of individual consumers, without their consent and despite countless of “Stops,” and “Unsubscribes,” by consumers. Under the TCPA, a company cannot text or call consumers without their consent using…
Ayala Law P.A.
July 3, 2020
Class Actions

Florida Judge Appoints Ayala as Class Counsel for a Class of Hundreds of Vehicle Owners Towed by American Towing of Miami.

On June 25, 2020, a Florida judge entered a written opinion certifying a class of hundreds of vehicle owners whose vehicles were towed by American Towing of Miami. The case was filed originally in July 2018 in county court and then transferred to circuit court in March 2019. After overcoming innumerable hurdles and the defense’s dilatory tactics, Ayala was able to prevail at the Motion…
Ayala Law P.A.
June 26, 2020
Class ActionsConsumerConsumer Protection

Ayala Files Class Action Lawsuit Against LATAM Airlines Alleging Its No-Show Policy is Unlawful

Ayala filed a lawsuit on behalf of its client, a Florida limited liability company (TM Solutions), alleging that, when LATAM cancelled the flights TM Solutions purchased for its employees, despite having been told that the passengers needed these flights, LATAM violated the Montreal Convention and Florida consumer protection statutes. The class action also alleges that LATAM policy of cancelling consumers’ flights, when they cannot make…
Ayala Law P.A.
April 13, 2020
Civil LitigationClass ActionsIllegal TowingLitigationWrongful Towing

Florida Judge Certifies a Class of Hundreds of Owners Whose Vehicles Were Towed by American Towing of Miami

On March 6, 2020, a Florida judge certified a class of nearly 300 hundred vehicle owners whose vehicles were towed by American Towing of Miami (American), a south Florida towing company. The case was field originally in July 2018 in county court and then transferred to circuit court in March 2019. After overcoming innumerable hurdles and the defense dilatory tactics, Ayala was able to prevail…
Ayala Law P.A.
March 7, 2020
Civil ActionsCivil LitigationClass ActionsConsumerConsumer ProtectionFraudIn the NewsLawsuitLitigation

Ayala Files Class Action Against American Airlines and Allianz Alleging They Misrepresent The Contents of the Travel Insurance They Sell

Ayala filed a lawsuit against American Airlines (“AA”) and Allianz Insurance for their role in the sale of what they label as “travel insurance” or “travel protection” product. As stated in the Class Action Complaint (“Complaint”): “ reasonable consumer would get the net impression that Allianz’s insurance provides broad, no-fault insurance protection and coverage, and that should one choose to purchase this insurance, one would…
Ayala Law P.A.
October 18, 2019
BlogBusinessCivil LitigationClass ActionsImmigrationImmigration LawlawyerLitigationReal EstateTrialVisa

Ayala Law Firm Celebrates Six Year Anniversary — Statement From Attorney Eduardo Ayala Maura

Six years ago today, I started this journey called Ayala law firm from my one bedroom studio in Le Jeune road, Miami. Without money, without office, without much knowledge, without mentors or sponsors. Just a computer and a printer. Six years later, we are solid firm. We go against the top firms and lawyers in the world. We litigate class actions and complex commercial matters.…
Ayala Law P.A.
February 6, 2019