Anthony Quackenbush is a Fort Lauderdale Personal Injury Lawyer. Working at a prestigious law firm in Fort Lauderdale, Mr. Quackenbush handles injury cases in all areas of Florida – including Broward County and South Florida. Mr. Quackenbush is a graduate of Yale University. He is also Board Certified by the Florida Bar in Civil Trial Law. Additionally, over the course of his career, he has tried over seventy jury trials – so he is not afraid to try a case. It is this willingness and confidence that allows Mr. Quackenbush to get the results he gets. Defendants and insurance companies know that they cannot “low-ball” Mr. Quackenbush’s clients because, if they do, Mr. Quackenbush will gladly take his clients’ cases to trial. He has achieved verdicts and settlements of many millions of dollars.
Should you hire Mr. Quackenbush as your attorney, he will not “drag his feet” on your case. Rather, he will expedite your case and move it along as quickly as possible to settlement or trial, while at the same time making sure he obtains maximum value on his cases. It is this litigation strategy/style that holds the defense’s feet to the fire and puts pressure on the insurance companies to settle with Mr. Quackenbush’s clients.
Additionally, Mr. Quackenbush is extremely good about communication and gives all of his clients his cell phone number (786-294-7711). Understanding that his clients are oftentimes at their lowest points and need somebody supportive by their side, Mr. Quackenbush is always responsive and is available to his clients at any time.
Mr. Quackenbush handles all types of personal injury cases. South Florida’s roads and highways are as congested as any in the Country, so accidents are plentiful. Mr. Quackenbush helps his clients with their cases involving car, automobile and vehicle accidents, crashes and wrecks, as well as roadway construction cases. Mr. Quackenbush also handles cases involving premises liability, slip and falls, trip & falls, and inadequate and negligent security. A premises liability case is one in which you are injured on the property of another person. If the property owner did something to cause your injuries (such as, for example, by leaving a dangerous condition on the property), you may have a premises liability case.
Mr. Quackenbush works on cases involving defective products and products liability, medical malpractice, nursing home and elder abuse, wrongful death, and catastrophic injuries as well. He likewise handles cases involving mass torts, tobacco and cigarette litigation, and class actions as well. These are cases that affect whole groups of people, rather than just one individual.
Finally, Mr. Quackenbush has and continues to work on cases involving animals. These include dog and other animal bites and attacks. He works on cases involving law enforcement, including police brutality and abuse of force. He represents the victims of crime as well, including intentional torts such as assault and battery. Finally, Mr. Quackenbush represents individuals whose reputations have been damages. This includes cases of defamation, libel and slander.
Outside of injury cases, Mr. Quackenbush also handles cases involving commercial and business litigation, employment law, qui tam and whistleblower litigation. He works on cases involving probate and trusts litigation as well.
Should you be injured due to the fault of another, call this South Florida Personal Injury Lawyer at 786-294-7711 for a free, no obligation consultation. Mr. Quackenbush handles cases in Miami and West Palm Beach as well.
If you hire Mr. Quackenbush to work on your case, he will not get paid until a recovery is made and you are compensated for your injuries – so there is no risk to you. In fact, if no recovery is ever made, the only expenses you could potentially ever owe are the costs incurred by the opposing side in defending your case (although this is true only in particular circumstances which Mr. Quackenbush will explain to you).Fort Lauderdale Personal Injury Lawyer Advises Clients
Should you be injured due to the fault of somebody else, contact this Fort Lauderdale Personal Injury Law Firm. Mr. Quackenbush handles cases involving all types of automobile and vehicle accidents, crashes and wrecks. These include accidents happening on Florida’s highways and roadways – including car accidents, truck accidents (including pickup trucks, garbage trucks, tow trucks, and fire trucks and ambulances as well), SUV (sport utility vehicle) accidents, minivan accidents, bus accidents, semi-tractor trailer accidents, motorcycle accidents, and train accidents. He also works on cases involving accidents occurring in the air – these include airplane accidents, helicopter accidents and parasailing accidents. Mr. Quackenbush handles cases involving bicycles/bikes and pedestrians as well. Being in South Florida, the ocean and canals are a big part of the culture. As such, Mr. Quackenbush handles cases involving boating accidents, as well as waverunner and jet ski accidents. Finally, Mr. Quackenbush works on cases involving “alternative” vehicles such as ATV’s (all-terrain accidents), moped accidents, and scooter accidents.
Mr. Quackenbush also handles all types of premise liability cases. These include slip and fall accidents and trip & fall accidents. They also include ladder accidents, elevator accidents, and escalator accidents. The cruising industry is a big part of the economy in South Florida. As such, Mr. Quackenbush handles cruise ship accident cases. He works on cases involving inadequate and negligent security cases as well. A negligent security case is one in which a business or property owner does not provide enough or quality security to prevent a crime or wrongdoing from taking place. When a crime or wrongdoing does take place and you are injured as a result, you may have a negligent security case against the business or property owner.
Mr. Quackenbush has and continues to work on cases involving electrocution cases as well. He also handles cases involving drowning. All of the above are examples of premises liability cases as they are situations where one person is injured on the property of another person or entity due to the negligence of the other person or entity.
Finally, Mr. Quackenbush also handles all types of defective products and product liability cases. A product liability case is one in which some sort of product malfunctions and causes you injury. For example, Mr. Quackenbush handles cases involving automobile and vehicle defects and products liability – including cases involving defective tires; airbag defects; defective seatbelts. Mr. Quackenbush also works on cases involving defective household products. These include defective children’s, kids’ and baby car seats; defective power tools; and defective ladders. He handles cases involving defective medical products and devices. These include defective hip implants; defective pharmaceuticals, medications, and drugs as well. Finally, Mr. Quackenbush works on cases involving tobacco and cigarette litigation, which is itself a product liability (as tobacco is a type of product).Broward County Personal Injury Lawyer Pursues Justice on Behalf of Clients
Mr. Quackenbush is a Broward County Personal Injury Attorney. He has always enjoyed representing “the little guy” or the victim against the system or against powerful opposition. He started his career as a Public Defender and represented individuals accused of crimes against the State. He has since transitioned to private civil practice where he represents injured people against insurance companies and large corporations.
Mr. Quackenbush handles cases involving all types of injuries. These include catastrophic injuries such as traumatic brain injuries (TBI’s) and closed head injuries, brain damage, paralysis, paraplegia and quadriplegia, cerebral palsy, comas and vegetative states. He also works on cases involving spinal cord injuries, neck/cervical and back/lumber herniated discs (involving fusion surgeries and discectomy procedures), broken necks, broken backs, fractured vertebrae in the neck and back, whiplash and other soft tissue injuries, contusions, and sprains and strains. Mr. Quackenbush handles cases involving eye injuries and vision loss, as well as hearing loss. He likewise works on cases involving fractured and broken bones to all body parts. These include fractured ankles and ankle injuries, fractured knee caps, fractured hips (including hip replacement surgeries and operations), fractured pelvis (including pelvic repair surgeries and operations), fractured tail bones, fractured ribs, fractured clavicles and collarbones, fractured elbows (including elbow surgeries and operations), fractured wrists (including wrist surgeries and operations), finger injuries (including finger amputations), maxillofacial injuries including fractures to the nose, jaw and other bones in the face, fractured femurs and broken legs, fractured tibias and shins, and fractured fibulas.
Mr. Quackenbush also handles cases involving injuries to the joints. These include knee injuries (including arthroscopic knee surgeries and procedures and total knee replacement surgeries and procedures), ACL tears, MCL tears, shoulder injuries (including arthroscopic shoulder surgeries and operations), and rotator cuff surgeries and operations.
Mr. Quackenbush likewise works on cases involving syndromes and other maladies caused by accidents. These include RSD (complex regional pain syndrome), carpal tunnel syndrome, Lisfranc injuries, and drop-foot.
Finally, Mr. Quackenbush handles cases involving lacerations to all parts of the body (including resultant scars and scarring), burns, and poisoning. One of the saddest types of cases is a wrongful death case. Mr. Quackenbush represents families who have lost loved ones due to the negligence of somebody else.Contact a South Florida Personal Injury Law Firm
Anthony Quackenbush is a South Florida Personal Injury Attorney. If you’ve been injured due to the fault of somebody else, contact Mr. Quackenbush at 786-294-7711 for a free, no obligation consultation. Should you choose to retain Mr. Quackenbush for your case, he will work on a contingency basis – this means that there will be absolutely no charge to you up front. That is, Mr. Quackenbush will not get paid for his work until you’ve been compensated for your injuries – so there is absolutely no risk to you.