Clients expect zealous representation from this Lauderhill Personal Injury Lawyer, and that’s exactly what they get. Lauderhill is a City in Broward County, Florida. It is located to the south and southwest of Tamarac, Florida; to the southwest of Lauderdale Lakes, Florida; to the west of Fort Lauderdale, Florida; to the north of Plantation, Florida; and to the northeast and east of Sunrise, Florida.
There were 66,887 people living in Lauderhill as of the year 2010. An estimate for 2016 was that 71,626 people were living in the City. Lauderhill is therefore a relatively populous City. There are four zip codes in Lauderdale. Mr. Quackenbush represents many people injured in accidents occurring in the City.
Lauderhill encompasses 8.6 square miles. Of that 8.6 square miles, .04 square miles is taken up by water. Mr. Quackenbush represents clients who have been injured on land, as well as clients who have been hurt on the water. These include boating, jetski and waverunner related accidents, crashes and wrecks.
The sister City of Lauderhill is Chaguanas, Trinidad and Tobago. Lauderhill’s nickname is “Jamaica Hill.” Its motto is “All-America City!” Lauderhill was initially intended to be a retirement community and a popular destination for snowbirds.
Lauderhill was incorporated in 1959. It is governed by a City Commission, and run by a City Manager. It has a City Mayor, a Vice Mayor, three City Commissioners, and a City Clerk. Lawsuits brought against the City are known as cases of “sovereign immunity” and must be approved by the City Commission. In fact, all cases against cities, counties or the State are known as sovereign immunity cases and carry with them limitations and restrictions. These include requirements that the plaintiff or injured person put the governmental entity on notice six-months before bringing a lawsuit or suing. There is also a cap on recovery in sovereign immunity cases. That is, in a case against a city, county or the State, the Plaintiff can typically only recover up to $200,000 – unless a special piece of legislation called a “claims bill” is passed in Tallahassee.
Call Mr. Quackenbush at 954-448-7288 if you’ve been injured in an accident happening anywhere in Lauderdale or anyplace in Florida. He will give you a free, no obligation consultation. As he works on contingency, Mr. Quackenbush won’t get paid until you’ve made a recovery in your case.This Lauderhill Personal Injury Lawyer Advises Lauderhill Clients on their Personal Injury Cases
Lauderhill was initially intended to be named “Sunnydale.” The City began as a development of architectural designs which had been sold at Macy’s department store. Mr. Quackenbush represents people who have been injured in stores, restaurants and other business establishments. These types of cases are referred to as premises liability cases. They include slip & fall and trip and fall accidents. If you’ve been injured in store, restaurant or other establishment, you might have a premises liability case. You may have a case if your injury was caused due to the fault of the person or entity who owned the property where you were injured.
Lauderhill is home to the Inverrary County Club. Mr. Quackenbush represents people who have been injured in county clubs and on golf courses. For example, he helps people who have been hurt in golf cart accidents, crashes and wrecks.Relentless Representation by Lauderhill Personal Injury Law Firm
As of the year 2000, 31.8 households in Lauderhill had children living in them. As of 2000, 26.6 percent of the population in Lauderhill was made up of children. Mr. Quackenbush represents child victims in their personal injury cases. When children are injured in accidents, it is their parents that must pursue personal injury cases on their behalf as the technical “plaintiffs.” When their cases settle, a judge must frequently approve their settlements. These cases oftentimes result in “structured settlements,” in which payments are made in regular installments once the minor reaches the age of adulthood.
As of 2000, 16.1% of people living in Lauderhill were 65-years-old or over. Mr. Quackenbush represents many victims of crime, including the elderly. Older people can become more prone to abuse as they age. As such, Mr. Quackenbush represents victims of nursing home abuse and elder neglect.This Lauderhill Car Accident Attorney Helps the Injured
Mr. Quackenbush represents people in Lauderhill in all types of personal injury cases. These include vehicle, car, and automobile crashes, accidents and wrecks. They also include products liability and medical malpractice cases in Lauderhill.
Call Mr. Quackenbush at 954-448-7288 for a free, no obligation consultation. He can help you if you’ve been hurt in an accident in Lauderdale or anyplace in the State of Florida. Working on contingency, Mr. Quackenbush won’t charge you until you’ve made a recovery in your case.