Merick Lewin, the Davie state house candidate who said he did not want to be judged by his "familial relationships," was a registered lobbyist for his family's medical clinic last year.
Broward Rehab played an important role in a class-action lawsuit filed against 411-PAIN last year. Friends Ganesh Sohan and Bryan Rodriguez called the hotline after a car accident and were referred to Broward Rehab, where they racked up thousands of dollars in medical bills. They now claim they were tricked by the company and filed a suit accusing 411-PAIN of false advertising, deceptive trade practices, and a civil conspiracy. The company denies the allegations.
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