Michles & Booth is proud to announce ‘breaking ground’ on its new, state-of-the-art office building located on the corner of Racetrack Road and Marwalt Drive. The multi-million dollar project, which will mimic the Michles & Booth building on Brent Lane in Pensacola both in design and accommodations, should be complete by this summer. The beautiful 6,000 square foot facility will house advanced technologies such as satellite video-conferencing, an in-house Medical doctor, a licensed engineer trained in accident reconstruction, and of course, the Fort Walton legal team and staff already at work in the community. The plans include an in-house ‘Heroes call center’ to be manned entirely by disabled military veterans in conjunction with, and supported by, the Michles Family Freedom Foundation, a charity created by Cindy and Marcus Michles to benefit local law enforcement and military families. Continuing Michles & Booth’s longstanding bond with the military and law enforcement communities, plans include a new patriotic mural similar to the one on the west wall of the current Michles & Booth building on Brooks street.
“We are really excited about expanding our commitment to serving victims of accidents in Ft Walton Beach and Okaloosa County,” said Marcus Michles. “It will allow us to continue to improve the quality of our service to our clients, as well as at the same time improving our fight against insurance companies that may not be doing all they should for accident victims.”
For those who drive the Racetrack Road area daily, we hope you enjoy seeing the progress as we build the most advanced law office in the County. For those that don’t drive that way as often, you can keep up on our progress by visiting ForTheVictims.com or by liking us on Facebook at Michles & Booth.