Fort Lauderdale Personal Injury Attorneys
Our Fort Lauderdale Personal Injury Attorneys have been representing injured victims since 1979 with all types of auto accidents and slip and fall injuries. We are available to meet with you at anytime to discuss your accident claim.
We will do whatever it takes to make sure that you are compensated for the severe injuries that you have sustained.
Accidents are traumatic when they take place and the suffering that continues after the accident can last a lifetime. Many injured people not only suffer with pain, but they also have lost wages and a limited ability to earn as much as they did pre-accident.
You are entitled to compensation for any past and future lost wages. Ask us about our history of helping thousands of Florida residents that have been wrongfully injured.
Our Ft. Lauderdale Accident Attorneys Want to Help You
You only get one chance to seek compensation for your injuries following your accident. We treat every client as if they are a family member and provide you with the personal and continued attention that you deserve. We will work with you to make sure that you are receiving the best medical care possible.
Our Ft. Lauderdale accident attorneys will also make sure that you receive compensation for all of your past medical bills. It is important to investigate your accident immediately so that we have the best chance of winning your case. It is also essential that you continue to treat with medical doctors as much as needed.
Call us for a free phone consultation to discuss your claim and lets us help you turn a bad situation into a good one. We wish you a speedy recovery and we look forward to speaking with you.
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Fort Lauderdale Information
The vibrant city of Fort Lauderdale, Florida is the most populous city in Broward County and home to over five million people. The city has it all: a thriving business center, expansive beaches, warm weather year round and a lively night life scene. Owing to its many attractive qualities, there are many South Florida residents that commute to Fort Lauderdale and back. These commuters rely on the Sawgrass Expressway, Interstate 75 and Interstate 95 to get to work daily, which accounts for a large volume of drivers on the highways.
At times, these roads become extremely crowded and slowdowns and traffic accidents are common. In 2008 alone, there were 97 crashes which led to 109 fatalities on the Broward portion of I-95 alone. Fort Lauderdale is affectionately named the “Venice of America” due to the numerous canals that connect the city, making it a prime boating location. Additionally, the warm weather allows for an active lifestyle, and many residents enjoy year round motorcycling, bicycling, and other outdoor activities.
At times, these activities can be dangerous and regrettably, accidents do occur. As such, there are many hospitals to serve the population, including Broward General Medical Center and Imperial Point Medical Center.