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2018

Blog Posts in 2018

  • Why Not to Post About Your Injury on Social Media

    The shock of an accident or injury can leave you speechless. In other instances, it can leave you wanting to vent, and one of the most convenient ways to do so is to turn to your social media accounts. However, despite how opportune it may be to tell your friends and family about what you have endured by sending out a Tweet or updating your Facebook status about your injury or accident, our Miami ...
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  • How Can I Get an Annulment in Florida?

    Many marriages fail and result in divorce , while others are simply not valid in the eyes of the law. When this happens, an annulment must take place as opposed to a divorce. An annulment erases the marriage from existence entirely, while a divorce indicates a legal marriage once took place but is no longer current. While you may feel as though you wish to entirely eradicate your previous marital ...
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  • DUIs in Florida: Everything You Need to Know & More

    In an effort to help you obtain as much information needed as possible, our Miami criminal defense lawyers have compiled a list of questions that are most commonly asked about DUI charges in Florida. If you have been arrested for a DUI in Florida, contact us and request a free consultation with Mitchell & West immediately. Question: When can I get charged with Driving Under the Influence (DUI) ...
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  • Accidental Gun Shootings: Who Is Liable?

    According to the National Center for Injury Protection and Control, over 70,000 people are treated in emergency departments for non-fatal gunshot injuries annually. Another 30,000 are killed each year from gun-related unintentional shootings, homicides, and suicides. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states gun accidents result in more than 15 percent of the injuries and ...
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  • What Not to Do During Divorce

    When you are embarking on the journey of divorce, it is important you handle it as carefully as possible in order to make the process as seamless as possible. This means sometimes avoiding following your instincts, which may lead you to a disadvantage. While it may feel good or okay to engage in certain behaviors, especially since you are no longer in obligation to do what your ex wants. However, ...
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  • What Constitutes Domestic Violence?

    Domestic violence refers to the act of abusing, harming, or instilling the fear of harm to another person. It typically occurs between people who have somewhat of a close or intimate relationship, such as those who are in a romantic partnership, or even between family members. Victims of domestic violence don’t have to face this difficult situation on their own, which is why it is essential you ...
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