leifertlaw March 18, 2016 Hit and Run
The Florida Highway Patrol is reporting a statewide increase in the number of hit and run crashes. In 2015, there were 92,000 hit and run related crashes investigated by law enforcement in the State of Florida. The Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach areas have also seen their fair share of increases in hit and Continue Reading..
leifertlaw March 2, 2015 Hit and Run
As our Palm Beach and Broward County hit-and-run attorneys know, such cases aren’t always as straightforward as they might seem. Last week, the Florida Supreme Court ruled that in order for someone to be convicted of leaving the scene of a crash involving an injury, the prosecution must prove that the person had “actual knowledge” Continue Reading..
leifertlaw February 23, 2013 Hit and Run
Incidents of Florida hit-and-runs are fast increasing, according the Florida Highway Patrol, which has kicked off an awareness campaign enlisting statewide media. Our Broward hit-and-run defense attorneys know that the charge is a gravely serious one that, per Florida Statute 316.062 and Florida Statute 316.027 can be punished with anything from a non-criminal traffic violations Continue Reading..
leifertlaw July 7, 2012 Hit and Run
Fort Lauderdale hit-and-run cases don’t discriminate. Defense attorneys know their are many factors — and clients range from violent offenders to successful professionals. The latter was the case recently in Seminole County, where a well-known chiropractor was charged with leaving the scene of a crash in which a Fort Myers female motorcyclist was killed. Now, Continue Reading..
leifertlaw June 19, 2012 Hit and Run
Authorities with the Broward County Sheriff’s Office are scouring the Oakland Park area for an individual who reportedly fatally struck a 17-year-old bicyclist and then fled. Our Broward hit-and-run attorneys know that there are a number of reasons why someone would leave the scene of an accident with injuries. First, it’s entirely possible that the Continue Reading..
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