The attorneys at Meldon Law handle lawsuits throughout the state of Florida. We are extremely proud of the results that we have obtained and look forward to sharing them with you.
At Meldon Law, we strive to ensure our clients are fully compensated for their losses. If a settlement cannot be reached, then we are prepared to try the case. All cases are different and results are case-specific, but our attorneys work diligently for each client we serve. If you are interested in reviewing the settlements and verdicts we have obtained for our clients, please review the list below.
$110,000.00 Settlement – Truck’s Illegal Parking Obscured the Vision of the Driver of a Motor Vehicle and Contributed to the Cause of a Crash
Our client was operating a motorcycle on the inside lane of a four-lane road, in the vicinity of a fast-food restaurant after midnight. An 18-wheel tractor trailer was making deliveries to the fast-food restaurant, and was illegally parked on the street, taking up the entire outside right lane next to the restaurant. The driver… Read More
Our client was severely injured in an intersection crash. She suffered two (2) significant “jolts” – the first from when she was T-boned in the intersection, and the second from when the original impact caused her to strike a utility pole. The crash caused highly painful low back injuries, initially forcing the client to… Read More
Our client was a driving on a curved road in a residential neighborhood in South Florida at midnight when he was struck head-on by a high-performance sportscar traveling at a very high rate of speed. One of the witnesses to the crash was a U.S. Army Officer who saw the sportscar literally “fly through… Read More
Florida Highway Patrol responded to a single-vehicle crash in the area of 99th Avenue. Upon arrival, they observed a black Volks Wagon with front end damage from striking a power pole. Troopers spoke with Marion County Sheriff’s Deputies that arrived on the scene before their arrival. After completing their crash investigation, the Troopers transitioned… Read More
A Palatka Police Department Officer observed a silver Nissan traveling through a parking lot on Reid Street and noticed that the tag light was completely out, preventing the officer from being able to read the tag. The officer then attempted to conduct a traffic stop on the vehicle which pulled out onto Reid Street… Read More
A Palatka Police Department Officer observed a vehicle at the intersection of St. Johns Avenue and Moody Road. The vehicle made a right turn from Moody Road and was observed traveling westbound in the eastbound lane. Sgt. Nelson of the Palatka Police Department conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and made contact with… Read More
A Palatka Police Department Office conducted a traffic stop on a white Ford Mustang on Reid St. While speaking with the driver the officer noticed an odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the driver’s breath. The driver also admitted to drinking alcohol before being pulled over. Another Palatka Police Department officer responded to… Read More
The answer is yes. To prove the crime of Driving Under the Influence (DUI) the prosecutor must prove two (2) elements beyond a reasonable doubt. The first is that the person drove or was in actual physical control of a vehicle. Second, that the person was under the influence of alcoholic beverages, a chemical… Read More
It is very common to hear driving under the influence DUI) begin referred to as drunk driving. However, it is important to know that a person can be arrested and convicted of DUI but not be drunk or what a person may consider being drunk. The prosecutor at a trial is not required to… Read More
Most people have a healthy respect for Law Enforcement and for the authority that they have. Generally, there is a want to comply with Law Enforcement officers, to cooperate, answer their questions. However, sometimes that healthy respect can lead to a person doing or saying something that may result in them possibly incriminating themselves… Read More