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With its amazing beaches and parks, Martin County does a great job bringing in tourism into Florida. Often times, visitors to Martin County come to do business, but end up walking along the beaches at night, perhaps witnessing a hatching and exodus of baby sea turtles. Whatever it is that draws people to Martin County, there is no escaping its popularity among residence and tourists alike.
Martin County is also home to many qualified Martin County lawyers who are available to answer any questions you may have regarding your legal situation. These attorneys are skilled in areas of law such as tax, bankruptcy, real estate, immigration, DUI, personal injury, and many more.
A former Florida Department of Corrections (DOC) officer has filed a lawsuit in Martin County Circuit Court against the DOC seeking damages for a shoulder injury he says was willfully inflicted upon him at the hands of a co-worker. The lawsuit filed in Martin County claims that the injured person was doing prisoner extraction training when a superior ordered one of his co-workers to strike him in the shoulder with extreme force. Since then, the former DOC employee has not been able to work. The lawsuit is asking a Martin County jury for $15,000 in damages for lost wages, medical bills, and pain and suffering.
Martin County is served by the Martin County Circuit Court which hears all types of cases that arise in Martin County. Because of the relatively small size of this court, having a local lawyer with a good reputation would be a major advantage for your case.
If you need assistance in finding a Martin County attorney willing to take your case, LegalMatch.com is here for you. After presenting your case into our system, qualified local attorneys who are in good standing with the Florida state bar will contact you. In addition, you can browse through attorney profiles and read past client reviews to make sure you are getting the best Martin County lawyer for your money.
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