Criminal and Personal Injury Lawyers
Serving the Treasure Coast for Over 35 Years

Kibbey | Wagner has earned a reputation statewide as the criminal law and personal injury attorneys to turn to in difficult, high-profile, and even seemingly unwinnable cases. Over decades of achieving stunning acquittals and substantial injury verdicts and settlements for their clients, the lawyers at Kibbey | Wagner bring unique legal talents, courtroom intuitions and life experiences to the cases and causes they handle.

In both criminal and injury cases, the team at Kibbey | Wagner have trial preparations that are masterfully balanced and managed. In certain matters, they will hire independent investigators and experts to assist in establishing the true facts in crafting a winning strategy.  Frequently, this careful attention to detail, and access to respected resources, reveals the best legal solution for their clients.

The criminal law and personal injury lawyers at Kibbey | Wagner pride themselves on delivering to clients an added peace of mind by having excellent collegiate relationships with local judges, and their opposition. Regardless, the Kibbey | Wagner team is not afraid to challenge the status quo in pursuit of justice for their clients.

Detailed depositions, creative and pointed motion practice, tough-but-fair negotiations, and zealous trial representation comprise the time-tested techniques and tools the criminal law and personal injury lawyers at Kibbey | Wagner employ to achieve the best results for each case.

If you or a loved one has been the victim of a criminal allegation or injury due to another’s negligence, call us today! We can help.

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Kibbey | Wagner Files Suit

On Behalf of School Shooting Victim

STUART, Fla. — A student who was shot on the campus of Indian River State College is suing the school and the Fort Pierce Police Department.

The complaint was filed in court Thursday morning.

An attorney representing the student, Roxette Ojeda, said his client is seeking $1 million in damages.

“When you wrong somebody and when you’re responsible for something, you should own up to it, and so far, for a year and a half, nobody has owned up to it,” Attorney Jordan Wagner said.

Wagner said Ojeda was shot on Feb. 7, 2013, by a Fort Pierce police officer while attending classes at the college.

Wagner said police were in the process of trying to apprehend a suspect who ended up in the college’s parking lot. When the officer shot at the suspect, Ojeda was accidentally hit instead.

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