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Month: September 2017

How Long Does a Wrongful Death Case Take to Resolve?

Posted in Firm News,Personal Injury on September 29, 2017

When you’re dealing with a wrongful death, you’re dealing with one of the worst situations imaginable. The death of a loved one, whether that’s a spouse, a family member, or a child is incredibly painful, and the added strain of knowing that they were the victim of a wrongful death only makes things harder for… read more

How long can you go to jail for a DUI?

Posted in DUI,Firm News on September 22, 2017

A common fear for people accused of DUI is being sent to jail if they’re convicted, and with good reason. I mean, even with an excellent defense, it’s still a crime; and even if it’s your first time, a judge could always have the discretion to send you away, even if only for 10 or 20… read more

Can You Get a DUI for Driving High?

Posted in Criminal Defense,Drug Crimes,Firm News on September 15, 2017

People traditionally associate DUI cases with alcohol, and with good reason. Drunk driving cases make up the overwhelming majority of them. But here in South Florida, we also see a slew of DUI charges for people who are accused of being impaired, not by alcohol, but by drugs or controlled substances. Those charges are less… read more

Can You Get a DUI While on a Boat?

Posted in DUI,Firm News on September 8, 2017

My practice is predominantly in South Florida. We’re surrounded by water at every opportunity, which means people enjoy going on personal watercraft and boats alike. A very common question is, “Hey, if I’m out there having a few drinks on the water, can I still be arrested for a DUI-type of crime?” And the answer… read more

What to do after a car accident?

Posted in Firm News,Personal Injury on September 1, 2017

The first thing you want to do is make sure you’re okay. Check to see if you’re bleeding, if you have broken bones, or if your neck or back feels impacted. If you are able to get out of the vehicle, you can do so. If not, you want to wait until fire rescue arrives… read more