Hallandale Beach, FL
Justice and client compensation are the two chief goals of this Hallandale Beach Personal Injury Lawyer. Located in Broward County, Florida, Hallandale Beach is named after an employee of Henry Flagler’s Florida East Coast Railroad. Hallandale Beach is situated north of Aventura in Miami-Dade County, west of the Atlantic Ocean, and east of Pembroke Park.
The population of Hallandale Beach was 37,113 as of the year 2010, so it is a relatively large City. 39,500 people lived in Hallandale Beach as of 2016, so the City is growing. Mr. Quackenbush represents many of these people in their personal injury cases.
The motto of the City of Hallandale Beach is “Progress. Innovation. Opportunity. City of Choice.” There is one zip code in the City.
The City was settled around 1895, incorporated as a Town in 1927, incorporated as the City of Hallandale in 1947, and incorporated as the City of Hallandale Beach in 1999.
Hallandale is governed by a City Commission and run by a City Manager. It has a Mayor, a Vice Mayor, three City Commissioners, and a City Clerk. Lawsuits against the City must be approved by the City Commission. These are referred to as cases of “sovereign immunity.” Sovereign immunity cases carry with them certain restrictions and limitations. These include notice requirements and caps on the amounts of damages that can be recovered by the injured person. Specifically, if you’ve been hurt by a city, a county or the State, typically the most you’ll be able to recover is $200,000. The only exception to this comes in the form of a “claims bill” – a type of legislation in Tallahassee.
Contact Mr. Quackenbush at 954-448-7288 should you be hurt in an accident occurring anyplace in Hallandale Beach. He will give you a free, no obligation consultation. If Mr. Quackenbush becomes your attorney, he will work on contingency – which means he won’t get paid until you’ve been compensated for your injuries. Therefore, there is absolutely no risk to you whatsoever.This Hallandale Beach Personal Injury Lawyer Fights Hard for Clients’ Rights
The City of Hallandale Beach includes 4.63 square miles. This includes .42 square miles of water. Water activities can be fun, but they can also be very dangerous. Mr. Quackenbush represents clients who have been hurt in boating, jetski, waverunner, water skiing, and parasailing accidents, crashes and wrecks.
Gulfstream Park, which offers a casino and horse racing, is located in Hallandale Beach. Mr. Quackenbush represents clients who have been injured in horseback riding accidents and other equine activities.
Mr. Quackenbush also represents clients who have been injured in casinos and other business establishments. These are referred to as cases of premises liability and include slip & fall and trip and fall cases. They also include negligent security cases. Negligent security cases result when a business entity does not provide adequate or proper security, a crime results and you are injured. The negligent security case will be strongest if the incident occurred in a high crime area. After all, in that case, it can easily be argued that the business establishment should have known that security was required.Client Compensation Gained by this Hallandale Beach Personal Injury Law Firm
Hallandale Beach was founded when Henry Flagler recruited a relative of one of his employees to found a settlement close to Dania, Florida. By the year 1900, a dozen families lived in the area. The first school was built in the City in 1904. The first Church was built in 1906. Hallandale Beach was originally mainly a farming community.
When it was incorporated in 1927, Hallandale became the eight municipality in Broward County. 1500 people lived in the area at the time. In 1947, when it was reincorporated as the City of Hallandale, it annexed land lying along the Atlantic Ocean.
As of the year 2012, 12.5 percent of homes in Hallandale Beach included children. 13.2% of the City’s population is made up of children. There is one public elementary school in Hallandale and one public high school.
Hallandale Beach is therefore a kid/family friendly City. Mr. Quackenbush represents children in their personal injury cases, although their parents must typically act as the “Plaintiff” and carry on the lawsuit. When the case has been settled, frequently it must be approved by a judge and can end up in a “structured settlement” – in which funds are distributed once the minor becomes an adult and then in regular installments.
The median income for a household in Hallandale Beach was $28,266 as of 2012. The median income for a family was $37,171. When you’ve been injured in an accident, you may not be able to work. In order to compensate you for that loss, Mr. Quackenbush may pursue a “lost wage” claim. If it appears that you may not be able to work in the future, he may pursue a “loss of future earning capacity claim.”
Future wage losses are difficult to predict. In order to help with this, Mr. Quackenbush may hire a “vocational rehabilitation” expert who will evaluate you, your job, and attempt to predict how much, if any, you’ll be able to work in the future. He may also hire an expert called an “economist,” who will try to quantify these damages and determine how much money you will lose as a result of not being able to work.
The Broward-Palm Beach New Times is a magazine distributed in the City. The South Florida Sun-Times is a periodical published in Hallandale Beach as well.
There are several bus routes that run in Hallandale Beach. Mr. Quackenbush represents clients who have been injured in bus accidents, crashes and wrecks in Hallandale Beach and throughout the State of Florida.
There is a free community minibus service provided in Hallandale Beach as well. Mr. Quackenbush represents clients who have been injured in minibus accidents, crashes and wrecks in Hallandale Beach.Pursue Your Rights with the Assistance of a Hallandale Beach Car Accident Attorney
Mr. Quackenbush helps clients who have been injured in car, automobile and vehicle crash, wreck and accidents in Hallandale Beach and throughout the State of Florida. He also represents clients with their products liability cases in Hallandale and around Florida.
To obtain a free, no obligation consultation, contact Mr. Quackenbush at 954-448-7288. If you’ve been injured in an accident in Hallandale Beach or anyplace in Florida, Mr. Quackenbush can represent you on contingency. This means that he won’t charge you anything until you’ve received compensation in your case, so there is no risk to you whatsoever.