Pleat & Perry News Item
College and high school age students have been coming to Walton and Okaloosa Counties to enjoy spring break for decades. However, too much fun can and does create a hazard for the spring breakers and their friends and families. The use of pot or underage drinking caused nearly a thousand Walton County spring breakers to endure criminal charges, arrest and an hour and half trip north to the County Jail. Without proper legal representation this experience may cause those students to have a criminal record that will have a lasting effect. Bailing out of jail, signing the citation and payi
Our panhandle area was recently hit with one of the most severe wind, rain and violent weather events ever recorded. Our senior partner, David B. Pleat, has 30 years of experience representing clients with insurance claims. A consultation with Mr. Pleat on your insurance/flood/rain damage claim is free and he charges a contingency fee if there is a successful recovery.
MULTI- CHAMBER RIBBON CUTTING: To celebrate the recent name change of Pleat, Perry & Ritchie, P.A., the Destin, Walton and Crestview Area Chambers of Commerce held a joint ribbon cutting on Tuesday, February 12th at PP&R’s Destin office. Clients, chamber members, business associates and friends joined in the celebration catered by Signature Catering of 30-A. Photos courtesy of Alaric Lambert Photography.
NAVARRE CHAMBER RIBBON CUTTING: To celebrate the recent name change of Pleat, Perry & Ritchie, P.A., the Navarre Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on Tuesday, February 12th at PP&R’s Navarre office (6921 Navarre Parkway, Navarre). Clients, chamber friends, NABOR members and others joined in the celebration.
DESTIN, Jan. 18, 2013 --- Pleat & Perry, P.A., a full service law firm with offices in Destin, Navarre and Rosemary Beach, announces that it has changed its name to PLEAT, PERRY & RITCHIE, P.A.
Have you ever driven right by a historical site or seen the sign indicating there is a historical site just a little too late to take the exit? Well have we got an app for you. Andrew C. Pleat, brother of Senior Partner, David Pleat, has created an "APP" called the “HUMDUB”. The Humdub provides roadside audio notices of historical sites and markers as you drive down the road. So, when traveling, Humdub constantly provides information for the traveler on historical sites in the United States that travelers may wish to visit. Best of all, the App is free and available on all Android phone systems and, hopefully soon, will be available for Apple products. So search your App store for “HUMDUB” and download. You will be amazed at how many historical sites you pass as you drive down the road. Enjoy!