Monthly Archives: October 2019

You Can Still Support Walk Like MADD

Our legal firm encourages you to support walk like MADD every year.

Support Walk Like MADD, or Mothers Against Drunk Driving, on Sept. 28. The event included 162 runners, 191 walkers, 18 dogs, 65 volunteers and two goats who took 3.514 million steps. But it’s not over. Donations to support Walk Like MADD will remain open until Nov. 28 to reach the goal of $60,000. You can […]

What’s Text? National Teen Driver Safety Week

National Teen Driver Safety Week 2019 driver with phone

What’s Text? National Teen Driver Safety Week 2019 Some feel that texting while driving is the new drunk driving for a generation used to always having a cell phone in their hands. While about one quarter of fatal teen car accidents involve underage drinking and driving, texting while driving is six times more likely to […]

Attorney Eve Kosciuszko Joins the Firm

Attorney Eve Kosciuszko joins the firm.

Attorney Eve Kosciuszko Joins the Firm Distinguished Ave Maria School of Law graduate and Attorney Eve Kosciuszko joins the firm Goldstein, Buckley, Cechman, Rice & Purtz. Her practice will focus on general civil litigation, commercial litigation, estate planning and probate. Kosciuszko was admitted to the Florida Bar after graduating magna cum laude from Ave Maria […]

Athletes to Adjudicators: Why You Want Your Attorney to Be a Proven Competitor

Athletes to Adjudicators: Why You Want Your Attorney to Be a Proven Competitor

Athletes to Adjudicators: Why You Want Your Attorney to Be a Proven Competitor Michael Versnik, a personal injury trial attorney at Goldstein, Buckley, Cechman, Rice and Purtz, never intended to practice law. A baseball player in college, he graduated with a degree in sports management from Webber International University and became a manager of a […]