How to Respond to a Fatal Florida Traffic Accident

Some traffic accidents are fender-benders or minor rear-end collisions, but others can be tragic, causing severe injuries or even death. In the State of Florida, 397,812 accidents were reported in 2018 according to Florida’s traffic crash reports. Out of these, 3,004 proved fatal. This represents just a minor improvement over the previous year, in which…

How to Handle Criminal Traffic Tickets

Hi, everybody. We’re going to talk about something we haven’t talked about in a while. But it’s one of the basics and the roots of the beginning of my practice. That’s traffic, criminal traffic, and specialties that come in traffic. The first point I want to touch about was just general infractions that anyone can…

Put It Down, Focus on Driving

As of October 1, 2019, wireless communications devices can only be used in a hands-free manner when driving in a designated school crossing, school zone, or active work zone area in Florida. The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles is partnering with the Florida Department of Transportation and law enforcement partners to educate…

Miami Criminal Lawyer National Crime Prevention Month

National Crime Prevention Month

Since October is Crime Prevention Month, we would like to help bring awareness to celebrate safe communities and prevent crime. Here are a few ways you can help: 1. Work with our local public agencies to solve common problems 2. Set up a neighborhood watch or a community patrol working with police 3. Report any…

Suspended License in Florida

With the traffic rules being so strict in Florida, you might end up with a suspended driver’s license at some point in your life. Your license can be suspended for days or even months, depending on the nature of your misdemeanor of felony crime. So what is a suspended driver’s license essentially? A suspended driver’s…