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Can an Injunction be Vacated, Dismissed, or Modified Once it’s in Place?

Something that people who seek injunctions often wonder is whether that injunction can be modified, vacated, dismissed, or dissolved after it is in place. It is possible to do that, but the only way is through the court. In many instances, a person might obtain an attorney to make changes to an injunction after it’s too ...
by Thomas Feiter - November 15th, 2018

How an Injunction Can Hurt Your Future

A person can get an injunction against another for many reasons. If the individual feels threatened, sometimes a mandate might be their best option for their safety. However, in a situation where they exaggerate a simple argument that should have simply been shrugged off, the other person has to deal with harsh consequences. There are ...
by Thomas Feiter - November 01st, 2018

13 Reasons People File Petitions for Injunctions

When there’s a history of domestic, sexual, or other type of violence, it’s necessary to use legal measures to stay safe. When one individual threatens the well-being of another, the victim may seek protection through an injunction. To get an injunction in Florida, a person must file a petition with their county’s Clerk of Court. ...
by Thomas Feiter - October 25th, 2018

Civil Injunctions That Protect Abuse Victims in Florida

An injunction, also commonly referred to as a restraining order, is a method of keeping people safe. Usually, it is a document granted by the court when there is a history of violence between two people. If a person feels threatened, or that their life is at stake, they may file an injunction that would ...
by Thomas Feiter - October 18th, 2018

Domestic Violence and Civil Injunctions in Florida

A restraining order is also known as an injunction, which is granted by the court to a person as protection against another individual. If someone is the victim of domestic violence, an injunction can help keep them safe by ordering their abuser to stay away. Florida judges can issue four various types of directives to ...
by Thomas Feiter - October 11th, 2018

5 Common Motorcycle Accident Injuries

Florida is one of the top states for motorcyclists. Nearly 600,000 residents have registered their motorcycles and that number doesn’t even include out-of-state riders who frequent our highways. With those kinds of numbers, it’s no wonder that the state is also at the top of the list for motorcycle accident injuries. While some accidents can ...
by The Fighter Law Firm - October 04th, 2017

Passenger Injury Accidents and Uber Services

Along with the rising number of Uber drivers in Florida, comes a rising number of accidents involving the service. What options do passengers have if they are injured while using a rideshare service like Uber, Lyft, or Sidecar? Passenger Safety May Be At Risk With Uber Type Services Rideshare services like Uber pay their drivers ...
by The Fighter Law Firm - October 03rd, 2017

How Do Claims Proceed When Passengers Are Injured In Auto Accidents?

There is a lot of information out there about auto accident claims, but they tend to focus on the drivers. What about when passengers are injured in an auto accident? What is their recourse? How do claims proceed? Two Criteria Passengers Must Prove The good news is that passengers usually have an easier time proving ...
by The Fighter Law Firm - October 01st, 2017

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