Pembroke Pines, FL
This Pembroke Pines Personal Injury Lawyer succeeds in achieving justice on behalf of his clients in Pembroke Pines. Pembroke Pines is a City located in Broward County, Florida. Pembroke Pines is bordered by Southwest Ranches, Davie, Cooper City, Hollywood, and the Florida Everglades.
154,750 people lived in Pembroke Pines as of the year 2010, so it is a fairly large City. That estimate went up to 168,587 people in 2016, so the City is still growing. In fact, Pembroke Pines is the second biggest City in Broward County by population and the eleventh biggest City in the State of Florida. Mr. Quackenbush represents many of these people injured in accidents occurring in Pembroke Pines.
The motto of Pembroke Pines is “Join Us – Progress with Us.” Pembroke Pines was unofficially incorporated as a Village in 1959 and officially incorporated as a Village one year later in 1960. It was finally incorporated as City in 1961.
Pembroke Pines is governed by a City Commission and run by a City Manager. It has one Mayor, one Vice Mayor, three City Commissioners, and a City Clerk. Settlements against the City must be approved by the City Commission. These cases are referred to as cases of “sovereign immunity.” In fact, any case against a city, county or the State is referred to as a case of sovereign immunity.
Sovereign immunity cases carry with them all sorts of restrictions, limitations, etc. Included in these are notice requirements (i.e., the City must be put on notice of a claim six months before a lawsuit can be filed) and caps on damages (i.e., a person injured due to the fault of the City can typically only recover up to $200,000, although exceptions can be made in the form of a “claims bill” passed in the State Legislature in Tallahassee).
Contact Mr. Quackenbush should you be injured anyplace in Pembroke Pines or anywhere in the State of Florida. He can be reached at 954-448-7288 for a free, no obligation consultation. Should Mr. Quackenbush become your attorney, he will work on a contingency basis. This means that he won’t get compensated for his work until you’re compensated from your case, so there is absolutely no risk to you whatsoever.The Good Fight Fought by this Pembroke Pines Personal Injury Lawyer
There are 34.97 square miles encompassed by the City of Pembroke Pines (there are ten zip codes in the City). Included in this is 1.94 square miles of water. Water activities are a big part of the culture in South Florida, but they can also be dangerous. Mr. Quackenbush represents clients who have been hurt in boating, jet ski and waverunner, and parasailing accidents, crashes and wrecks.
Pembroke Pines is named after a British member of Parliament for the County of Pembroke (named Sir Edward Reed). Pembroke Road was named after the member of Parliament and, when the City of Pembroke Pines was incorporated, the Mayor at the time recommended that it be named Pembroke Pines after the great quantity of pine trees growing around Pembroke Road.
American Indians had lived in Pembroke Pines as far back as 4,000 years ago, if not earlier. After its incorporation, Pembroke Pines included many dairy farms. After World War II, the population of the City skyrocketed.
In 1980, the City annexed land from Flamingo Road to U.S. 27. The population of the City grew rapidly in the 1990’s as people moved from Miami-Dade County to Broward County after Hurricane Andrew.
According to State Farm insurance, the most dangerous intersection in the United States is located in Pembroke Pines (Pines Boulevard and Flamingo Road). Mr. Quackenbush represents people who have been injured in automobile, car and vehicle crashes, wrecks and accidents in Pembroke Pines and all areas of Florida.
The part of Pembroke Pines located west of Flamingo Road is known as West Pines. That area was built up mostly after Hurricane Andrew.This Pembroke Pines Personal Injury Law Firm Pursues Compensation on Behalf of Clients
There are six public high schools in Pembroke Pines, seven public middle schools, fifteen public elementary schools, and multiple charter schools. Pembroke Pines is therefore a very kid/family friendly City.
In fact, as of the year 2010, 36.2 percent of the homes in Pembroke Pines had children living in them. 25.6% of the population in Pembroke Pines was made up of minors as of the year 2000.
Mr. Quackenbush represents children who have been injured in accidents in Pembroke Pines and around the State of Florida. When a minor makes a claim for personal injury, it is actually the minor’s parents who must step in and purse the case as the technical “Plaintiffs” on behalf of the child. When the child’s case settles, a judge must frequently approve of the settlement, which oftentimes winds up in the form of a “structured settlement” – in which proceeds from the settlement are distributed in regular installments once the minor reaches the age of majority.
Pembroke Pines also has a significant elderly population. In fact, as of the year 2000, 15.2 percent of the population in Pembroke Pines was made up of people over the age of 65. Mr. Quackenbush represents elderly people in their cases of nursing home neglect and elder abuse. Unfortunately, people do become more vulnerable to crime as they age, and Mr. Quackenbush protects the rights of the elderly.
As of the year 2000, the median income for a home in Pembroke Pines was $52,629. The median income for a family in Pembroke Pines was $61,480. The City’s per capita income was $23,843.
When you are injured in an accident and lose income as a result, you may be able to pursue a “lose wage” claim. In this type of claim, you may be able to be reimbursed for your lost time at work. Additionally, if it is possible that you won’t be able to work in the future, you may be able to pursue a “loss of future earning capacity” claim. These damages are speculative, and so Mr. Quackenbush may hire a “vocational rehabilitation” expert to evaluate you and your job and determine what type of work, if any, you’ll be able to do in the future. He may also hire an expert called an “economist,” who will attempt to quantify those damages and give a number for exactly how much money you will lose in the future as a result of your not being able to work or not being able to work as much.Vigorous Representation by this Pembroke Pines Car Accident Attorney
Mr. Quackenbush represents clients in their premises liability cases in Pembroke Pines and throughout the State of Florida. A premises liability case results when you are hurt on the property of another person or entity due to the fault of the other person or entity. Premises liability includes slip and fall and trip & fall accidents.
Premises liability may also include negligent security cases. A negligent security case results when you are on the property of another person or entity, a crime occurs on the property as a result of poor or inadequate security, and you are injured as a result. If the property owner didn’t provide security (or the security provided was inadequate) and the crime and your injuries occurred as a result, then you may have a negligent security case against the property owner. The negligent security case will be strongest if the crime occurred in a high crime area – after all, if that is the case, then it will be easy to make the argument that the property owner should have provided proper security.
Finally, Mr. Quackenbush represents people in their products liability and medical malpractice cases in Pembroke Pines and throughout the State of Florida.
Call Mr. Quackenbush at 954-448-7288 if you’ve been hurt in an accident occurring anyplace in Pembroke Pines or the State of Florida. He will gladly give you a free, no obligation consultation. Should Mr. Quackenbush become your attorney, he will work on contingency – which means that he won’t get paid for his work until you’ve made a recovery in your case. So, there is absolutely no risk to you whatsoever.