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6 Reasons You Need To Seal Or Expunge Your Criminal Record In Florida

If you have been charged with a crime, sentenced, and served your time or met all of the requirements of your sentencing, it’s possible to have the crime erased from your record by sealing or expunging the record. Sealing a record means the record cannot be accessed by normal means; a court order is required ...
by The Fighter Law Firm - July 14th, 2017

Is Your Child’s Birth Injury Due To Medical Malpractice?

A birth should be a joyous time but for some families, it is anything but joyous. The pregnancy progressed perfectly and parents are eagerly awaiting the arrival of their child but then something happens and their baby is born with a birth injury. How can this happen and do families have any recourse? How Birth ...
by The Fighter Law Firm - July 07th, 2017

Are You or a Family Member a Victim of Negligent Security?

If you have been attacked or victimized while on another person’s property, there’s a chance you are a victim of negligent security. In Florida, property owners are responsible for keeping their properties safe and secure. If they don’t, and someone is hurt on the property, the property owner can be held liable for the injuries. ...
by The Fighter Law Firm - June 29th, 2017

You Cannot Beat Boating in Florida, But If You Are Injured, Learn Your Rights

Boating is one of Florida’s biggest recreational pastimes, which means plenty of potential for accidents. Compounding the risk is the fact that many inexperienced people are operating boats, putting other people in danger. If you have been injured in a boating accident, it’s important to speak to a boat accident or personal injury attorney because ...
by The Fighter Law Firm - June 27th, 2017

Injured by a Dog Bite? Call Us Immediately For Help

Nearly 5 million people are bitten by dogs every year in the United States. Some of the injuries are minor, but others can be quite serious and traumatic causing lifelong scarring, disfigurement, or emotional distress. Florida state statutes are clear that pet owners are liable for injuries caused by their dogs. However, there are always ...
by The Fighter Law Firm - May 31st, 2017

Know Your Rights When You are Injured By a Careless Truck Driver on Florida Roads

Being injured in a car accident is bad enough. When the other vehicle involved is a truck, the injuries and damages can increase exponentially. So can the red tape you need to cut through to fight for your rights – and you do have rights. The most important right that you have after a truck ...
by The Fighter Law Firm - May 30th, 2017

What is Domestic Violence and Why You Need To Speak to a Domestic Violence Attorney if You are Charged

A domestic violence charge in Florida is a serious situation. A conviction will affect you immediately and for the rest of your life. Defending yourself against the charges with legal representation is your best chance of avoiding the long-term repercussions of this allegation. Defining Domestic Violence The State of Florida defines domestic violence under State ...
by The Fighter Law Firm - April 28th, 2017

Recently Injured in a Car Accident Through No Fault of Your Own? Here is What To Do

Florida routinely makes the “worst states for driving” lists. Aggressive drivers, congestion, population density, and tourists unfamiliar with the roadways all contribute to our state’s reputation as being a difficult one to for drivers – and our high auto accident rate. If you are involved in an automobile accident, you need to know what to ...
by The Fighter Law Firm - April 25th, 2017