Pembroke Park, FL
This Pembroke Park Personal Injury Lawyer is passionate about his pursuit for justice. This includes his work in Pembroke Park, Florida. Pembroke Park is a Town located in Broward County, Florida. To the north of Pembroke Park are Hollywood and West Park; to the northeast are Hallandale Beach and Hollywood; to the northwest is West Park; to the south are Miami Gardens, Miami-Dade County and West Park; to the southeast are Miami Gardens, Miami-Dade County, and West Park; to the east is Hallandale Beach; and to the west is West Park.
Pembroke Park was named after the road Pembroke Road, on which the Town sits.
The population of Pembroke Park was only 6,102 as of the year 2010, so it is a relatively small town. As of 2016, 6,312 people lived in the Town. Despite the small nature of the Town, Mr. Quackenbush represents those people in their personal injury cases of all kind.
Almost one-half of the residents of Pembroke Park live in mobile homes or in a trailer park. Mr. Quackenbush represents people who have been injured in trailer parks.
The nickname of Pembroke Park is “The Small Town that Means Big Business.”
Pembroke Park was incorporated as the Town of Pembroke in 1957. It was incorporated as the Town of Pembroke Park two years later in 1959.
Pembroke Park is governed by a Town Commission and run by a Town Manager. There is a Mayor in Pembroke Park, a Vice Mayor, three City Commissioners, and a Town Clark. Lawsuits against the Town of Pembroke Park must be approved by the Town Commission. Cases against a town, city, county or the State are referred to as cases of “sovereign immunity” and carry with them certain restrictions and limitations. For example, there are certain notice requirements before the Town can be sued. Additionally, lawsuits against the Town are capped at $200,000 in damages. That is, unless there is a “claims bill” passed in Tallahassee regarding your case, you will only be able to recover up to $200,000 from the Town.This Pembroke Park Personal Injury Lawyer Fights the Good Fight on Behalf of Clients
The Town of Pembroke Park encompasses only 1.66 square miles, so it is a relatively small Town geographically (despite the fact there are three zip codes in the Town). .29 of these square miles are made up of water. Although water activities are fun, they can also be very dangerous. Mr. Quackenbush represents clients who have been injured in boating, jet ski and waverunner, and parasailing accidents, crashes and wrecks.
As of the year 2000, 29.5% of homes in Pembroke Park had children living in them. 27 percent of the population of Pembroke Park was made up of children as of 2000. Pembroke Park is therefore very kid/family friendly. Mr. Quackenbush represents children who have been injured in accidents occurring in Pembroke Park and throughout the State of Florida. When a child pursues a personal injury case, it is technically the parents who must act as the “Plaintiffs” and bring the case. When the case is settled, it oftentimes must be approved by a judge – who will frequently order that payments are made in installments once the minor reaches the age of majority and then in regular installments (in a set up called a “structured settlement”).Client Compensation Gained by this Pembroke Park Personal Injury Law Firm
17.4% of the population of Pembroke Park was made up of people over the age of 65 as of the year 2000. Mr. Quackenbush represents the elderly in their cases of nursing home abuse and elderly neglect. Unfortunately, people tend to become more vulnerable to crime as they age, and Mr. Quackenbush seeks to protect them with his work.
The median income for a household in Pembroke Park in 2000 was $22,605. The median income for a family was $25,972 as of 2000. The per capita income for Pembroke Park was $14,369. When you are injured in an accident, you may not be able to work. If this is the case, Mr. Quackenbush may pursue a “wage loss” claim on your behalf. With a wage loss claim, Mr. Quackenbush will attempt to get you compensated for your time missed from work.
If you will be unable to work in the future (or only able to work at a lesser extent), Mr. Quackenbush will pursue a “loss of future earning capacity” claim. As these types of damages are speculative and hard to predict, Mr. Quackenbush will most likely hire a “vocational rehabilitation” expert to evaluate you and your job and attempt to predict what type of work, if any, you’ll be able to do in the future. He may also hire an expert called an “economist” to try to quantify those damages and determine exactly how much money you will lose as a result of not being able to work (or not being able to work as much).This Pembroke Park Car Accident Attorney Represents his Clients with Vigor
Mr. Quackenbush represents clients who have been injured in car, vehicle, and automobile crashes, wrecks and accidents. He also represents clients in their premises liability cases. These involve slip & fall and trip and fall accidents. They also include negligent security cases. Negligent security refers to situations wherein a business establishment does not provide adequate or proper security for patrons, crime results, and somebody is injured as a result. The premises liability case will generally be stronger if the crime occurs in a high crime area because it will be easy to argue that the business establishment should have known that security was needed.
Finally, Mr. Quackenbush represents clients in their medical malpractice, doctor or hospital negligence, products liability and defective products cases in Pembroke Park and throughout the State of Florida.
For a free, no obligation consultation, contact Mr. Quackenbush at 954-448-7288. He can help if you’ve been injured in Pembroke Park or anyplace in Florida. If Mr. Quackenbush becomes your attorney, he will work on a contingency basis. This means that you won’t be charged for his work until you’ve made a recovery in your case, so there is no risk to you whatsoever.