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Allison’s Alibi Defense

Posted by Fred Koberlein, Jr. | Apr 14, 2016 | 0 Comments

In criminal procedure, an alibi is a form of defense where the accused person attempts to prove that he or she is innocent because they were in another place during the time that the alleged offense was committed. A lawyer can help to completely rule out a defendant in an alibi defense case.  In ...

Four Stories About the Four Types of Negligence

Posted by Fred Koberlein, Jr. | Apr 09, 2016 | 0 Comments

Many people do not fully grasp the concept of negligence.  So, they would be even more confused if they found out that there are in fact four types of negligence. The types of negligence are identified by their varying degrees and how situational circumstances contributed to the negligent action....

Florida Wrongful Death Claims

Posted by Fred Koberlein, Jr. | Mar 31, 2016 | 0 Comments

When you lose a loved one in a car accident, especially when that accident was the fault of another, there are no words for the pain and suffering you face. The anger, frustration, loss and general feeling of helplessness can be crushing. For many, the question of what to do next looms large. The...

What is a No Fault State?

Posted by Fred Koberlein, Jr. | Mar 19, 2016 | 0 Comments

Many people are confused when they hear the term “no fault” in relation to a state's personal injury auto accident laws. Florida is one of twelve states that is considered a “no fault” state, but never listen if someone tells you this means you can't sue for damages in a car accident case. No fau...

How to collect the most from insurance companies

Posted by Fred Koberlein, Jr. | Mar 09, 2016 | 0 Comments

After you are in a car accident, you probably wonder some of the following: how to get your vehicle fixed; how to keep your insurance company from raising your insurance premiums; how to get your medical bills and treatment covered; and maybe even how to  make ends meet if you're seriously ...

Determining Fault in a Florida Car Accident

Posted by Fred Koberlein, Jr. | Feb 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

Determining fault in a car accident can be very tricky, as Florida is one of twelve “no-fault” states, but it is vital in making sure that you are compensated for your injuries. In order to ensure that you get all of the compensation you deserve  and get back on your feet so you can resume your l...

Florida Post-Accident Checklist

Posted by Fred Koberlein, Jr. | Feb 14, 2016 | 0 Comments

When you are involved in a car accident, it is vital to take a few seconds to breathe, calm down and try to center yourself. The next steps you take can make all the difference between the compensation you deserve for any injury you suffered, and a critical misstep. Here is an overview of how you...

Florida DUI – Your First Offense

Posted by Fred Koberlein, Jr. | Feb 09, 2016 | 0 Comments

Florida takes driving under the influence very seriously. Penalties can range from drivers license suspension or revocation to thousands of dollars in fines and even jail time. There are several different classes of penalties involved, and if you are charged with a DUI in Florida, you should thin...

Florida Possession of Marijuana

Posted by Fred Koberlein, Jr. | Feb 04, 2016 | 0 Comments

With states across the nation de-criminalizing or outright legalizing marijuana, more and more people are beginning to view it as a “harmless” drug. Regardless of the harm it does, or does not do, it is still illegal in Florida and possession of the substance carries with it criminal and civil pe...

Keeping Records After a Florida Car Accident

Posted by Fred Koberlein, Jr. | Jan 31, 2016 | 0 Comments

When you are injured in a car accident, the success of your lawsuit may hinge upon the information you are able to provide during the court process. You need to be able to prove that the other driver was at fault and prove the extent of injuries you suffer, and your records are going to be the co...

Defending Against Florida Drug Possession

Posted by Fred Koberlein, Jr. | Jan 24, 2016 | 0 Comments

Drug possession refers to someone arrested for having an amount of illegal drugs on their person (body), premises (surrounding area) or vehicle, or under their control, which does not amount to an intent to manufacture, sell or otherwise distribute the drugs. Most drug possession charges in Flori...

Florida Auto Accident Laws

Posted by Fred Koberlein, Jr. | Jan 14, 2016 | 0 Comments

There are fifteen million drivers on the road at any given time in the state of Florida. That's an astounding number, and with that many cars on the road it is no surprise that a quarter of a million (250,000) auto accidents take place every year.While we all are aware that accidents happen, when...

Overview of Field Sobriety Tests

Posted by Fred Koberlein, Jr. | Jan 09, 2016 | 0 Comments

Overview of Field Sobriety Tests Drunk driving is a major problem in our society, there's no doubt about that. Many people get behind the wheel thinking they are fine to drive, only to be pulled over later and charged with DUI based on a blood alcohol level that is just a bit too high. One thing...

5 Factors for Florida DUI Compensation

Posted by Fred Koberlein, Jr. | Jan 04, 2016 | 0 Comments

When you are involved in a car accident caused by a driver under the influence of alcohol, damages can go far beyond physical injuries. You feel angry, frustrated and even betrayed that someone would be so careless with other peoples' lives. When the time comes to get compensated for your injurie...

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