Cleston Roy “Red” Wilcox died of lung cancer at age 70. His son, Bob Wilcox, 49, a Miami-Dade police lieutenant in the homicide bureau, said a proposed bill in the Florida Legislature that would strip away the right of thousands of Florida victims from collecting millions in punitive damages is an “outrageous” attempt to shield the tobacco industry.
Cleston Roy “Red” Wilcox died of lung cancer at age 70. His son, Bob Wilcox, 49, a Miami-Dade police lieutenant in the homicide bureau, said a proposed bill in the Florida Legislature that would strip away the right of thousands of Florida victims from collecting millions in punitive damages is an “outrageous” attempt to shield the tobacco industry.
Cleston Roy “Red” Wilcox died of lung cancer at age 70. His son, Bob Wilcox, 49, a Miami-Dade police lieutenant in the homicide bureau, said a proposed bill in the Florida Legislature that would strip away the right of thousands of Florida victims from collecting millions in punitive damages is an “outrageous” attempt to shield the tobacco industry.

Legislators roll out bill to snuff damages for tobacco victims

February 18, 2015 7:10 PM