Other Areas of Practice: Criminal Defense, Bankruptcy and Personal Injury
Sometimes criminal charges arise in conjunction with particularly difficult divorce cases. Whether the issue at hand concerns an allegation of domestic violence or a restraining order, Ms. Braithwaite has the background and experience to defend her clients against unwarranted accusations that have arisen due to the heightened emotions that often come into play in these cases. In addition, she can draw on her strong roots in the legal community to refer or co-counsel any criminal defense matters outside her area of expertise to an appropriate local attorney.
Over recent years, the issue of bankruptcy has become more common and in conjunction with particularly difficult divorce cases. Whether the issue at hand concerns the necessity to discharge debts in order to sustain and support the family, to make a fresh start, or advocating for the interests of her clients when their spouse or former spouse has filed for bankruptcy, threatening their ability to receive the support payments that have been lawfully awarded to them by the court, Ms. Braithwaite can draw on her strong roots in the legal community to refer or co-counsel any bankruptcy matters outside her area of expertise to an appropriate local attorney.
When an accident was caused by the negligence or carelessness of another, Florida law entitles injured victims to recover for the damages they have suffered. Whether the harm they have sustained is the result of a motor vehicle accident, slip or fall on unsafe premises, dangerous consumer product, or other cause, Linda I. Braithwaite, Attorney At Law can provide the advocacy victims need to obtain the full recovery to which they are entitled through referral and co-counseling with other reputable and successful attorneys specializing in personal injury. Recoverable damages typically include economic damages, such as medical expenses, lost wages, or other tangible losses, as well as non-economic damages, which encompass the emotional losses suffered by the plaintiff. In cases where the defendant’s actions were particularly egregious, the plaintiff may also be entitled to punitive damages designed to punish the defendant for such behavior.