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  • 28 November, 2014
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    DUI Driver Gets 11 Year Term

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    Anthony Giglio was sentenced last week to 11 years in prison for his role in a DUI manslaughter accident that occurred last year. Giglio had left West Palm Beach’s City Place after a night of drinking which left his blood alcohol content (BAC) at an astonishing .243; more than three times the legal limit. According to Heather Bisbee, a passenger in Giglio’s vehicle, when she warned him of the upcoming red light, his response was “Watch this!” He proceeded to run his Cadillac SUV through the intersection where he connected with the passenger side of a Ford Mustang carrying 31 year-old Sandy Suarez.…

  • 26 November, 2014
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    Accident Victims Remembered

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    Anniversaries are usually happy occasions marking the date of some spectacular event in the lives of a family. For the families of 21 year-old Kaitlyn Ferrante and 21 year-old Marisa Catronio, this month marks the anniversary of a terrible early-morning wrong-way accident that ended their young lives. At approximately 1:45am, Ferrante and Catronio were travelling on the Sawgrass Expressway when they encountered a vehicle driven by 20 year-old Kayla Mendoza Who was operating against the flow of traffic.…

  • 24 November, 2014
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    Commuter Train Hits Car

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    Last Thursday, just prior to rush hour, Fort Lauderdale was the scene of a fatal car vs. train accident. The vehicle appeared to stop on the tracks and the Tri-Rail commuter train was unable to avoid impact. According to eye witness, Robin Merrill, the railway bars were lowered and the offending vehicle advanced through the bars.…

  • 17 November, 2014

    Avoiding Car Accidents

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    San Diego has seen several accidents over the past month. Accidents are nothing new to San Diego roadways. In fact, data collected by the San Diego County medical examiner shows 270 motor vehicle related fatalities in 2012 (most recent data available). Recaps of some of the headlines from the past month show accidents ranging in severity from minor to deadly: Four lanes of I-805 were closed in San Diego last week due to a two-car accident which resulted in one fatality.…

  • 14 November, 2014
    Move Over Law

    Move Over Laws

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    After a rash of deadly collisions involving emergency vehicles on the shoulder of the highway, the state of Florida has created an initiative aimed at protecting emergency and assistance personnel when vehicles are on the side of the road. Two recent cases demonstrate the need for and the importance of adherence to the ‘Move Over’ law.…

  • 12 November, 2014

    DUI Accident Kills Three

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    Three people are dead and three are in critical condition after a DUI related head-on collision in Anderson, SC. The driver of the offending vehicle, 24 year-old assistant Anderson University assistant baseball coach, Riley McDermott, of Davie, FL, crossed the center line and veered into oncoming traffic. His Ford F-150 pick-up truck collided with a Nissan Altima.

  • 10 November, 2014
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    Bay Bridge Wrong Way Accident

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    The San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge was the scene of a wrong-way crash this weekend. Carrie Lyn Morgan, 32, is said to have been driving under the influence when she entered the bridge heading west in the eastbound lanes. Morgan’s actions ended in a four-car collision which resulted in the bridge being shut down, and several hours of backed up traffic.…

  • 7 November, 2014

    SDSU Fireworks Mishap

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    For decades, the San Diego State University homecoming game has been synonymous with the sheer spectacular that is the Sky Show pyrotechnic display. Set to music, fireworks are set off in a dazzling display designed to wow the audience. This year, however, a mishap with the fireworks sent one of the rockets sideways – directly into the audience – hitting an 11-year-old attendee.…

  • 5 November, 2014

    TIFF Initiative

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    It has been nine years since Tiffany Olson was killed in a motorcycle accident just 15 minutes away from her mother’s home. Olson and her boyfriend Dustin Wilder were struck by a motorist and died at the scene of the accident. Tiffany, who lived alone, had updated her license to reflect her own address. At that time, Florida did not have in place an efficient method of contacting next-of-kin after an accident if next-of-kin did not share the address of an accident victim.…

  • 21 October, 2014

    Steinger, Iscoe & Greene Win $830K Verdict for Victim of Serious Crash with Police Officer

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    This was the officer’s third at-fault motor vehicle incident in less than one year. DELRAY BEACH, FLORIDA – LAW firm Steinger, Iscoe & Greene represented Patricia Miley in her suit against the City of Delray Beach for a serious collision with an on-duty police vehicle driven by then Officer Michael Brown. A Sun-Sentinel news report alleges Brown to have been en route to a burglary in progress when he drove through the intersection at Southeast 10th Street and Federal Highway without yielding for a flashing red light or using his emergency lights or sirens; his police cruiser crashing into Miley’s car.…