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Some Quick Car Crash Dos and Don’ts

By Eighmie Law Firm, P.A. |

Every year, car crashes kill or seriously injure millions of Americans. These victims may be entitled to substantial compensation, but many times, the road to such a result is long and winding. Typically, the actions that the victim takes in the immediate wake of the accident profoundly affect the course of the legal claim…. Read More »

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The Three Cs of Mediation

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Most divorce cases are extremely complex. There are lots of emotional and financial issues, and many times, these issues overlap. Additionally, in many cases, the spouses do not trust each other. That’s especially true if there was trauma in the marriage, like an affair or a secret bank account. In situations like these, professional… Read More »

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Port St. Lucie Man Exonerated in Fake Drug Case

By Eighmie Law Firm, P.A. |

Police recently discharged eleven individuals who were falsely charged with drug crimes. One man spent over a month in jail for possessing laundry detergent which a deputy insisted was heroin. All the cases were linked to disgraced former Deputy Steven O’Leary. Marin County Sheriff William Snyder said his office still had about eighty disputed… Read More »

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Lawmakers Reconsider Florida’s No-Fault Law

By Eighmie Law Firm, P.A. |

A year ago, a proposal to reform Florida’s no-fault insurance law died in the Senate. Now, since auto insurance rates have reached a dizzying height, lawmakers may take another look at this issue. According to a recent study, Florida has the third-highest auto insurance rates in the country. Many people blame the outdated PIP… Read More »

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Top Three Ways to Win a Florida Alcohol-Related Car Wreck Claim

By Eighmie Law Firm, P.A. |

The decades-old campaign against drunk drivers has been a long and frustrating one. Legislators have changed the laws and police officers are much more diligent when enforcing them. But alcohol still causes about a third of the fatal car crashes in Port St. Lucie. That’s basically the same proportion as it was in the… Read More »

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Top Three Best Interest Factors in a Port St. Lucie Child Custody Dispute

By Eighmie Law Firm, P.A. |

Two broad presumptions dominate Florida parenting time laws. First, all these decisions must put the children’s interests first. Second, most children benefit from meaningful and consistent contact with both their biological parents. But these abstract presumptions are difficult to apply. Furthermore, they are subject to different interpretations. To assist in an initial determination or… Read More »

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DeSoto County Car Crash Kills Passenger

By Eighmie Law Firm, P.A. |

Police are investigating an early morning car wreck which killed a 68-year-old woman and seriously injured the driver. The wreck occurred on State Road 70 near the Southeast Highlands County Road intersection. For unknown reasons, according to police, the driver drifted onto the SR 70 shoulder. The vehicle struck an embankment and went airborne…. Read More »

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What to Expect in a Florida Drugged Driving Case

By Eighmie Law Firm, P.A. |

Many states have very broad DUI-drug laws. For example, in 2016, a California man faced DUI charges because he was allegedly under the influence of caffeine. Prosecutors later dropped the case. But nonetheless, in states like California, it is possible to convict people for driving under the influence on a prescription painkiller, NyQuil, or… Read More »

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Fireball St. Lucie County Crash Kills Four People

By Eighmie Law Firm, P.A. |

Excessive speed may have contributed to a fiery car accident near the Florida P&L power plant which killed four individuals. The wreck occurred in the 6000 block of Ocean Drive in rural St. Lucie County. According to witnesses and investigators, a southbound Chevy Cruze plowed into a Ford F-150 as the pickup attempted to… Read More »

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Does Child Support Include College Tuition in Florida?

By Eighmie Law Firm, P.A. |

In many states, child support rarely ends at age 18. Instead, it often continues until age 22. But instead of making direct payments to the residential parent, the non-residential parent must pay a share of college expenses. That’s not the case in Florida. In the Sunshine State, unless the child has a serious mental… Read More »

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