We’ve Changed The Name Of Our Law Firm!

Please be advised that the Law Offices of Robert J. Fenstersheib & Associates, P.A. has officially changed our name to Fenstersheib Law Group, P.A. You can count on Fenstersheib Law Group, P.A. to continue delivering the highest level of personal and professional legal services representing all our clients. This name change will not affect any cases currently being handled by our law firm.

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DUI Legal Cases

A Closer Inspection At Drunk Driving – Information For Legal Clients Every half an hour someone dies, and each two minutes someone is hurt within the U.S. within an alcohol-related accident. The private injuries caused by a person driving while intoxicate (DWI) or drunk (Drunk driving) are frequently severe and financially devastating. For that sufferers, justice from the liable party… Read More →

Tractor Trailer Accidents

The U.S. Dot (Us dot) roughly estimations that 18 wheeler collisions kill over 5,000 people yearly and then leave 131,000 struggling with debilitating injuries. Us dot studies also indicate that tractor trailer crashes take into account 5% of accident-related injuries and most 14% of deaths every year. An 18 wheeler attorney will investigate occurrences of suspected negligence for operators who’re… Read More →

4 Major Categories For Personal Injury Settlement

Have you ever suffered any injury due to an accident that was caused by a third party? When you do, you will have to know the different rights that are legally yours. However, you may not be able to learn the rules about the claims on personal injury settlements; you will need to consult with an experienced personal injury lawyer… Read More →

3 Common Types Of Premises Injury Lawsuits

A premise liability relates to someone getting injured on someone’s property not due to their own negligence. The definition of a “premise” can vary: it could be a house, apartment, condo, parking lot, parking garage, place of business, playground or park. Whatever it is, it is a piece of property owned by someone else. This type of injury lawsuit can… Read More →

Lead in Grocery Store Toys

Toxic toys sold at California Wal-Mart and Target stores contain lead levels which are noted to be higher than the allowed limits by the federal law on October 2010. According to the Center for Environment Health, they found a chair sold at Target that has lead levels 70 times higher than the allowable amount. Wal-Mart products were also found to… Read More →

Car Accident Kills 10 People

In the busy streets of South Florida, 10 people and an unborn child were killed in 24 hours last August 18-19, 2012. Four people were found dead on a fiery head-on collision that took place in Gratigny Expressway in Northwest Miami-Dade on Sunday. The seven month pregnant woman along with a 5 year old girl and elderly churchgoer were killed… Read More →

Tractor Trailer Crash Wrongful Death

Tractor Trailer Crash Wrongful Death … on the paved shoulder of I-4, the victim’s car burst into flames leading to Ms. Daniels’ death on the spot.

Kids Injured in South Florida Animal Attack

A 7-year-old boy and his friends were victims of an animal attack by a dog in Homestead, FL.

Reckless Driving Knocks Construction Worker off Bridge

Sixty-year-old construction worker, Larry Norris fell roughly 15 feet off Siesta Key Bridge in Sarasota just as when a hit-and-run driver struck him while he was working on the bridge. Reports state that the worker was hit by a burgundy Lexus Sedan and was immediately treated at the Sarasota Hospital. Police are urging anyone who may have witnessed the incident… Read More →

Shops at Sunset Place Parking Attendant Stabbed Over Fee

Shops at Sunset Place worker Jimmy Wombie, 23, was stabbed in chest and arm by Felipe Rodriguez, 19, for the $8 parking fee requested by the former. In the investigations conducted, Rodriguez may not be the only liable party. The owner of the establishment may hold some responsibility in the incident if the establishment failed to offer security especially to… Read More →

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