Coral Springs, FL
This Coral Springs Personal Injury Lawyer advocates zealously on behalf of his clients. Located in Broward County, Florida, Coral Springs is situated about twenty miles northwest of Fort Lauderdale. It is just to the south of Parkland, just to the west of Coconut Creek, just to the northwest of Margate and North Lauderdale, and just to the north of Tamarac. Coral Springs boarders The Florida Everglades to the west.
The City of Coral Springs encompasses 24 square miles, so it is a relatively large city. There are seven total zip codes in Coral Springs. As of 2010, 121,096 people lived in the City. It is estimated that 130,059 live in Coral Springs as of 2016. Mr. Quackenbush represents many of those people who have been injured in accidents of all sorts.
The motto of the City of Coral Springs is “Everything Under the Sun!” Coral Springs was incorporated as a City in 1963.
Coral Springs is governed by a City Commission and run by a City Manager. There are five Commissioners on the City Commission; one of the Commissioners is the Mayor and the other is the Vice-Mayor. Settlements of lawsuits against the City must be approved by the City Commission. Such lawsuits against a city, county or the State are referred to as cases of sovereign immunity.
The City’s name comes from the name of the company that planned and developed it on stretch of marshy land (Coral Ridge Properties). There are actually no springs located in the City of Coral Springs. Other names that were originally considered for the City were “Curran Village,” “Pompano Springs,” and “Quartermore.”
Coral Springs grew quickly in population during the 1970’s, 1980’s and 1990’s. The City has won many awards. For example, it has been rated as the 27th best city in the United States to live and one of the 100 Best Cities for Young People. It has also won awards for its family-friendly orientation. It is known as a great place to raise children. As of the year 2000, 43.2 percent of households in Coral Springs had children living in them. 27.8 percent of the people living in the City were under the age of 18.
As of the year 2006, Coral Springs had 29,900 students living in the City. There are three charter schools in Coral Springs. Barry University, Nova Southeastern University and Broward College offer classes in the City. There are three public high schools, four middle schools and twelve elementary schools in Coral Springs.
Mr. Quackenbush represents children who have been hurt in accidents as well. Settlements of such lawsuits must frequently be approved by a Judge. Such settlements typically are in the form of a “structured settlement.” In a structured settlement, payments are made once the child reaches adulthood and at regular intervals.
If you’ve been injured in an accident occurring anywhere in the City of Coral Springs, contact Mr. Quackenbush at 954-448-7288 for a free, no obligation consultation. If you hire Mr. Quackenbush to represent you in your case, he will work on contingency. This means that Mr. Quackenbush will not charge you for his work until you’ve been compensated for your injuries – so there is no risk to you.Client Advice from this Coral Springs Personal Injury Lawyer
As of 2000, 6.8 percent of the people living in Coral Springs were 65-years-old or older. As people become older, they can become more susceptible to abuse at the hands of others. Mr. Quackenbush represents people who’ve been the victims of nursing home and elder abuse.
Coral Springs has also won awards for its low crime rate. In fact, the City was once rated the 10th safest city in the United States. Nevertheless, crimes do occur in Coral Springs – and Mr. Quackenbush represents the victims of those crimes. If a crime occurs at a business establishment in Coral Springs and you are the victim, then you may have a case against the business establishment if it did not provide enough or appropriate security. Such a case is called a negligent security case.
In a negligent security case, the business establishment will typically be held to be more liable if it was situated in a high crime area. That is, if the business establishment knew that crimes were occurring in the area and didn’t provide adequate or proper security to deter that crime, then the business establishment may be liable if a crime occurs on its property and causes injury to patrons.Achieve Compensation for Injuries Alongside this Coral Springs Personal Injury Law Firm
One of the major roadways in Coral Springs is the Sawgrass Expressway. Mr. Quackenbush handles car, vehicle and automobile accident cases occurring on all types of roadways in Coral Springs. These include highways and freeways, as well as smaller roads.
There are fifty municipal parks in Coral Springs, including a water park and a skate park. Although fun, injuries can happen at amusement parks, and Mr. Quackenbush represents clients who have sustained these injuries.
In 2000, the median income for a household in Coral Springs was $69,808, and the medium income for a family was $76,106. When somebody is hurt in an accident in Coral Springs, they may not be able to work. If this is the case, Mr. Quackenbush can make a wage loss claim for them. In a wage loss claim, Mr. Quackenbush will seek to get his clients compensated for the money they lost as a result of not being able to work. He’ll also seek to get them compensated for their future loss of income in a loss of future earning capacity claim. Mr. Quackenbush will frequently hire an expert called a vocational rehabilitation expert to evaluate his client and determine what type of work and how much work, if any, the client will be able to do in the future. An expert called an economist will calculate the figure that represents the total amount of money the client will have lost as a result of not being able to work at all or as much in the past and in the future.
Broward County Transit provides bus service in Coral Springs. Mr. Quackenbush represents clients who have been involved in bus accidents.
Coral Springs is part of the Broward Health hospital system and is home to the Coral Springs Medical Center. Mr. Quackenbush handles medical malpractice and cases of doctor and hospital negligence occurring in Coral Springs.
A large part of the economy in Coral Springs is made up of the construction industry. 7.6 percent of the labor force works in construction. Nevertheless, construction can be dangerous, and injuries result. Mr. Quackenbush represents people who have been injured in construction accidents.
8.2 percent of the labor force in Coral Springs works in the arts, entertainment, recreation, accommodation and food services. Mr. Quackenbush represents clients who have been injured in premises liability accidents occurring in restaurants, stores and other business establishments. If you’re injured on the property of another person or entity due to the fault of the other person or entity, you might have a premises liability case, so contact Mr. Quackenbush.
Coral Square is a shopping mall located in Coral Springs. Mr. Quackenbush represents clients who have been injured in malls and shopping centers, and these would be known as premises liability cases as well.
The regional Sportsplex facility is located in Coral Springs. Mr. Quackenbush represents people who have been injured in sports stadiums and facilities as well.
There are two local weekly newspapers in Coral Springs – the “Coral Springs Forum” and “Our Town News.” The City is home to the Coral Springs Center for the Arts, the Coral Springs Museum of Art, and the Northwest Regional Library. Mr. Quackenbush handles cases involving injuries due to accidents occurring in theatres, museums and libraries in Coral Springs – and these would be known as premises liability cases as well.
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Mr. Quackenbush handles all types of personal injury cases in Coral Springs. These include slip and fall and trip & fall accidents, products liability cases, and medical malpractice cases.
Should you be hurt in an accident occurring anyplace in Coral Springs, contact Mr. Quackenbush for a free, no obligation consultation at 954-448-7288. If you choose Mr. Quackenbush to work on your case, he will do so on a contingency basis. This indicates that he will not charge you for his work until you’ve made a recovery in your case – so there is no risk to you.