ROIG Lawyers Attorneys Win Attorneys Fees PIP Benefits Case
In 2014, Miami Attorney Claudia Dominguez drafted a 57.105 motion based upon a staged accident
They also claimed that they worked on the day of the accident, which was found to be untrue as well. In fact, they did work at the same place and neither of them clocked in on the day of the accident. They “crashed” near their place of employment at the time, but had no business being there, as they both lived far away. Ironically, they both had been in the same prison at different times, which is evidenced by very interesting Facebook comments to each other.
Despite being presented with this information in the form of a Motion to Dismiss Pursuant to Florida Statute 57.105, the attorneys for the Plaintiff refused to dismiss the case and the matter proceeded to trial in 2015 (but continued two days in). In 2016, after a two-day trial, which ended in a mistrial, the plaintiff ultimately dismissed their case.
On behalf of the client, we sought entitlement to our attorneys’ fees and costs. Claudia with the help of ROIG Lawyers Partners Jenna Hackman, Drew Stoller, and Jeffrey