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.

Category : Accidents


Memorial Day – Celebrate With A Plan!

Memorial Day marks the beginning of summer. Families and friends gather together for a picnic or barbecue. However, it’s important to celebrate safely, alcohol has become very common at most occasions as a tool to celebrate. Thus please remember, blood alcohol level of 0.08% or more is the qualifier for drunk driving. Much smaller levels can still put people at… Read More →

Finding The Right Personal Injury Lawyer?

If you or a loved one have suffered a personal injury in South Florida due to ignorance and carelessness of others, your choice of a Personal Injury Attorney may be the most important decision you can make to protect both yourself and your loved ones’ legal rights. How do you know you have found the right Personal Injury Attorney to… Read More →

Have You Been Hit By A Drunk Driver And Suffered Injuries?

If you or a loved one has been the victim of an automobile accident or personal injury as a result of someone driving under the influence of alcohol, there are four basic steps you must take to make sure you get the compensation you deserve for your pain and suffering. First and foremost, you should obtain a copy of the… Read More →

Decrease Your Odds Of Being Involved In An Auto Accident In Florida

The United States is one of the busiest countries in terms of road traffic with over 5 million auto accidents happening annually, resulting in injuries (many with permanent disabilities) to more than 3 million people, and over 40,000 fatalities. Unfortunately, car accidents will continue to happen as long as people continue to drive, but we can all use some common… Read More →

Be Aware Of Aggressive Drivers On South Florida Roads!

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) defines aggressive driving as “the operation of a motor vehicle in a manner which endangers or is likely to endanger persons or property.” It is equally dangerous for pedestrians, cyclists as well as a motorist. As reported by NHTSA, approximately one-third of motor vehicle accidents resulting in deaths are caused by road rage. Examples… Read More →

Ban On Texting And Driving Advancing Through The Legislature

A bill that would let law enforcement pull over Florida drivers they see texting and driving is moving closer to becoming law. House Bill 107, filed by state Rep. Jackie Toledo, R-Tampa, was passed unanimously by the Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee. The bill will now go to the House Appropriations Committee. The new proposed bill would shift texting while driving… Read More →

Motorcycle Safety – Dress Right When You Ride!

Every year more and more motorcycle enthusiasts will take to the roads. If you are one of them, make sure you are safe. According to 2018 reports from the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), a nonprofit organization representing state highway safety offices, nearly 5,000 people were killed on motorcycles in 2017. That’s significantly higher than passenger vehicle occupant fatalities. One… Read More →

Head Injury Is Not Always Immediately Apparent After An Accident

When head injuries are suspected after an accident, immediate medical treatment is of utmost importance. Although signs of head trauma can be readily apparent immediately after a car accident, mild head injuries may not result in any major symptoms and may even be confused with symptoms of other types of medical conditions. But symptoms may indeed show up well after the… Read More →

Is There A Time Limit To File A Claim For Injuries In Florida If You Did Not Report Them At The Time Of The Car Accident?

Yes, depending on the type of claim being filed. If you find yourself involved in a car crash in Florida, you should immediately report it to the police, even if no injuries are apparent, as a police report can assist the insurance companies in determining who was at fault. If you’ve suffered injuries in the accident, you should also seek… Read More →

Insurance Companies Do Not Always Act In Your Best Interests!

Even though, you are paying your insurance company to protect your assets, they are mainly interested in protecting their own vested interests and bottom lines, and paying out any claim in full is detrimental to their profits. When dealing with insurance companies, it is important to understand how they work, so your settlement is full and fair. Simply stated, insurers make… Read More →

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