Attorney Michael Haggard sits next to Sandy and Brian Stewart, parents of filmmaker and conservationist Rob Stewart, who died Jan. 31 diving off the Keys. Haggard announced at a March 28 press conference at his Coral Gables office the Stewart family is suing Rob Stewart’s deep dive equipment instructor and a Key Largo dive shop.
Attorney Michael Haggard sits next to Sandy and Brian Stewart, parents of filmmaker and conservationist Rob Stewart, who died Jan. 31 diving off the Keys. Haggard announced at a March 28 press conference at his Coral Gables office the Stewart family is suing Rob Stewart’s deep dive equipment instructor and a Key Largo dive shop. Vincent Devries
Attorney Michael Haggard sits next to Sandy and Brian Stewart, parents of filmmaker and conservationist Rob Stewart, who died Jan. 31 diving off the Keys. Haggard announced at a March 28 press conference at his Coral Gables office the Stewart family is suing Rob Stewart’s deep dive equipment instructor and a Key Largo dive shop. Vincent Devries

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