Water Restoration Contractor Sued In Insurance Adjuster ’Mole’ Case

 Wednesday, February 14, 2018

 South Florida Sun Sentinel

Three employees of a Hollywood-based water restoration contractor have been ordered to turn over three years of cellphone records as part of a Heritage Insurance lawsuit accusing the contractor of obtaining trade secrets from a Heritage “mole.” The Feb. 8 order by Pinellas County Circuit Court Judge Cynthia Newton requires three principals of Titan Restoration Inc. — husband and wife Yitshak Levy and Orly Cohen-Levy and son Moshe Levy — to turn over all incoming and outgoing phone numbers and texts from their cellphones for three years through Jan. 31.
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