Apr
05

no pague su multa antes de hablar con un abogado- 305-279-4740 Law Offices of Troy & Schwartz, LLC 1-800-559-4320

No pague su multa antes de hablar con un abogado con experiencia y tenga en cuenta lo siguiente:

Pagar su multa es declararse culpable.

Si paga la multa, AUTOMATICAMENTE recive puntos en su licencia.

Su licencia de conducer puede ser suspendida

El precio de su Seguro aumentara bastatante.

Defendemos multa de trafico en

Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach y St. Lucie

Neustros servicios de defense legal en el condado de Broward.

Nuestros servicios de defense legal en el condado de Palm Beach.

Nuestros servicios de defense legal en los condados de Lee, Martin, Monroe y St. Lucie

TROY & SCHWARTZ, LLC- 305-279-4740

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Mar
28

LAW OFFICE OF TROY & SCHWARTZ, LLC OFFICES IN MIAMI 305-279-4740 – RIDESHARE ACCIDENTS- UBER & LYFT

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Uber and Lyft have changed the “getting around town” game, offering the freedom of a work-when-you-want career for drivers plus many benefits for riders.

Ridesharing results in less vehicles on the road, reducing congestion and C02 emissions; it enables people to forgo the expense of owning a vehicle and is generally cheaper than a taxi, saving people money; and many believe it reduces drunk driving.

UBER or Lyft Was at Fault

Both Uber and Lyft offer coverage up to $1 million in accident; however, that is only when drivers have a passenger in the car or are headed to pick up a rider.  When the driver is waiting for a fare, the coverage drops to $100,00 per accident.

What to Do if You’re Injured in a Rideshare Accident

Because ridesharing is a new concept and laws regarding it are always in flux, don’t go it alone.  Consult with an attorney experienced in automobile accidents immediately following the incident (remember, injury claims often need to be filed quickly in order to recoup damages).  If you’ve been injured in an accident as a passenger in a rideshare vehicle, call our office now at 305-279-4740.

Miami Dade County Accident Lawyer, Ride Share, Injuries. Coral Gables, Pinecrest, Homestead, Cutler Ridge, Pembroke Pines, Hollywood, Aventura, Weston, Davie, Bal Harbour, Key Biscayne, Miami, Palmetto Bay, South Miami,  305-279-4740.

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Posted in Uncategorized on March 28,2019 03:03 PM
Mar
26

MIAMI SHOPLIFTING ATTORNEY IN MIAMI FL- 305-279-4740 LAW FIRM OF TROY & SCHWARTZ

HAVE YOU BEEN ACCUSED OF SHOPLIFTING?

If you have been detained by a store employee who suspects you of shoplifting, you may be held or detained in the store until the police arrive.  The majority of stores throughout Miami use video surveillance and in-store security to monitor shoplifting attempts and to convict people who are charged with shoplifting.  It is important that you contact the LAW FIRM OF TROY & SCHWARTZ, 305-279-4740, immediately after you have been accused of shoplifting so that you can make sure your rights are protected.

Shoplifting is defined under the law as the intent and attempts to steal something from a store.  Common instances of shoplifting can include switching labels to pay a lesser amount and removing price tags.  A Miami THEFT, SHOPLIFTING LAWYER from TROY & SCHWARTZ, LLC can help you challenge these charges and more by preparing a strong defense.

If you or someone you know has been accused of shoplifting, keep in mind that there are serious penalties that come with being convicted.  Depending on the value of the items stolen, being convicted of shoplifting under $300 can result in penalties including one year in jail, one year of probation and fines up to $1,000.  You may be up against strong evidence such as employee testimonies, eyewitness accounts and the item that was stolen being found in your belonging, but our firm can help.  There are actually many defenses against shoplifting.  One of them is proving that the item was not clearly marked as store property; another is that the item actually had no monetary value.  Whatever the case our firm will fight your misdemeanor charge.

We are intimately familiar with shoplifting charges and the courtroom proceedings that follow an arrest. We aim to protect your rights along every step of the way to assure you have a positive outcome for your charges, so call today.  305-279-4740  Hamblamos Espanol.

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Posted in Uncategorized on March 26,2019 02:03 PM
Mar
26

THE HABITUAL TRAFFIC OFFENDER: FLORIDA TRAFFIC LAWS- CALL THE LAW FIRM OF TROY & SCHWARTZ, LLC MIAMI LAWYERS 305-279-4740

Drivers find themselves find themselves in trouble, when they commit three offenses of certain designated violations within a 5-year period to become “habitual traffic offenders” (HTO).  This status often means fines, penalties, and increased insurance costs.  You can avoid this type of classification by getting legal advice before paying any traffic citation.

What Does Habitual Offender Status Do?

When you are designated a habitual offender, Florida DHSMV will send you a letter informing you of the designation and informing you that you will be revoked for at least five years.  At this point, it is important for you to contact an attorney.

When is Habitual Traffic Offender Status Triggered?

In Florida, someone is considered a “habitual traffic offender ” if they have specific types of traffic convictions.  If you have three or more of any of the following convictions in a five-year period, then you are considered a habitual offender.

. Voluntary or involuntary manslaughter

. Any felony that involves the use of a motor vehicle

. Driving a motor vehicle when you are not qualified to do so

. Driving under the influence

For Driving While License Suspended or Revoked  (DWLSR) cases, even when not convicted, it may count as one of your three strikes.

Many people do not even realize that they are considered a habitual offender until they get a notice in the mail from the DHSMV.  Even after you get this notice,  you should contact a lawyer to discuss.

Fighting Back Against Habitual Offender Status

Most people ill-advisedly just pay the fine, not knowing they are getting a “strike” against their license.  If you think you may be on the edge of habitual offender status, it is a good ides to contact an attorney.

Depending on the timing of your charges, you may be able to set aside prior convictions.  Taking off just one of those convictions can often help you remove your habitual offender status.

Get the Legal Help You Need

THE LAW FIRM OF TROY & SCHWARTZ 305-279-4740. OFFICE IN MIAMI, can help you deal with traffic convictions that put you in habitual offender status.  Losing your license for five years and having increased insurance costs can put a severe financial strain on you and your family.  CALL TODAY- 305-279-4740.

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Posted in Uncategorized on March 26,2019 11:03 AM
Mar
11

TEENS AND TRUCKS: HOW TO APPROACH LARGE TRUCKS AT INTERSECTIONS- FROM THE LAW FIRM OF TROY & SCHWARTZ, LLC. 305-279-4740

We would like to focus on how to handle situations while meeting trucks at intersections.

Professional drivers need a lot of room on the highway due to the size of their vehicle, but they require plenty of space on our smaller in-town streets.

When approaching an intersection, your teen driver should scan for vehicles approaching from the two cross directions.  If your teen sees a tractor-trailer approaching with its turn signal on, your teen should stop further back from the intersection.  In most cases, four car lengths is more than enough room for a skilled truck driver to maneuver their vehicle and complete the turn.

Stopping father back has benefits for both parties.  First, the truck driver has more room to make his or her turn safely and courteously.  Second, your teen doesn’t have to feel “forced” to back up to make room.

Once the truck has made its turn, your teen should check for other vehicles that may need more room to turn than a car might.  If there aren’t any, our teen can slowly make his or her way closer to the stop line.

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Posted in Uncategorized on March 11,2019 01:03 PM