What You Should Know about Florida’s New Personal Injury Protection (PIP) Law Taking Effect January 2013

 

Florida’s new PIP Law took effect January 1, 2013. The Florida Legislature has enacted a new PIP Statute which severely limits your rights to obtain your benefits under your PIP insurance. First, a quick definition of what PIP or Personal Injury Protection is in the State of Florida: Personal Injury Protection (PIP) Insurance is a […]

Happy Holidays! A Word from Joe

 

A WORD from Joe…. Happy holidays to everyone. I hope you all have a great Christmas and most importantly– be safe. This time of year brings out the best and sometimes the worst in people. There is just so much going on during the holidays and you have to remain diligent and be aware of […]

Tips for Intervening Between a Drunk Friend and their Steering Wheel

 

Avoid Drunk Driving The holidays are approaching, football tailgating parties are in full swing– lots of booze being consumed all the time. If you know someone who may drive drunk, you know the importance of intervening before that person gets behind the wheel. Sometimes it’s difficult to know how to intervene. Here are some helpful […]

Is There A Loop Hole in the Criminal Justice System?

 

Traffic Misdemeanors Did you know that if you get arrested in Orange County, Florida on a misdemeanor or traffic charge and you fail to appear in court you will get a warrant issued for your arrest? This however is only if you get arrested back in Orange County. This does not apply should you get […]

Search Warrants 101

 

Florida Warrant Laws; Getting Familiar With the Various Kinds The use of warrants is a vital part of the criminal justice process, and in Florida can only be issued by a judge or magistrate. Stemming both from constitutional requirements and state statutes, Florida’s warrant laws impose strict restrictions and requirements whenever these legal documents are […]