This Plantation Personal Injury Lawyer pursues compensation on behalf of his clients vigorously. Plantation is a City located in Broward County, Florida. It is situated in central Broward County – to the northeast is Lauderhill, to the north and west is Sunrise, to the south is Davie, and to the east is Fort Lauderdale.
As of the year 2010, 87,496 people lived in Plantation, so it is a relatively large City (that figure was up to 92,706 by 2016, so the City is still growing). Mr. Quackenbush represents many of those people in their personal injury cases of all kinds.
The motto of the City of Plantation is “The Grass is Greener” and “E Vasitate Haec Urbs.” The City was incorporated in 1953. There are currently eight zip codes in the City.
Plantation is governed by a City Council. It includes one Mayor, one Council President, four Councilmembers, one City Manager, and one City Clerk. Lawsuits against the City must be approved by the City Council. These are known as cases of “sovereign immunity.” Sovereign immunity cases against any city, any county or the State of Florida carry with them restrictions and limitations. These include notice requirements and caps on the amount of money that can be recovered in a personal injury lawsuit (typically $200,000 – with the exception of a “claims bill” passed in the Florida State Legislature in Tallahassee).
Contact Mr. Quackenbush at 954-448-7288 if you’ve been injured anyplace in Plantation or anywhere in the State of Florida. If you hire Mr. Quackenbush as your attorney, he will represent you on a contingency basis. This means that there will be no charge to you unless compensation is recovered in your case – so there is no risk to you whatsoever. Call Mr. Quackenbush for free, no obligation consultation. He will gladly talk to you about your case for free.This Plantation Personal Injury Lawyer Pursues Justice Aggressively
There are 21.93 square miles total in the City of Plantation. Included in this is .3 square miles of water. Water activities can be enjoyable; however, they can also be risky. Mr. Quackenbush represents clients who have been injured in boating, jetski and waverunner, and parasailing accidents in Plantation and throughout the State of Florida.
The City of Plantation is named after a previous owner of the land – the Everglades Plantation Company.
There are many golf courses in Plantation (including Rolling Hills Golf Course). Mr. Quackenbush represents people who have been hurt on golf courses in Plantation and around the State of Florida. These include golf cart accidents, crashes and wrecks.
There are two malls located in Plantation: the Westfield Broward Mall and the Fashion Mall. Mr. Quackenbush represents people who have been injured in malls. Their cases would be referred to as cases of premises liability. A premises liability case results when you are injured on the property of another person or entity due to the fault of the other person or entity. This includes slip & fall and trip and fall cases.
They also include negligent security cases. A negligent security case occurs when you are injured as the victim of a crime on the property of another person or entity. If the other person did not provide enough or adequate security, then you may have a negligent security case. Your case will be strongest if the crime happened in a high-crime area because then you will be able to make the argument that the property owner should have known proper security was needed.Compassionate Representation by this Plantation Personal Injury Law Firm
30.9 percent of the homes in Plantation had children living in them as of the year 2000. As of 2010, 23.1% of the population was made up of children, so Plantation is a very family and kid friendly City. In fact, the City was named in 2008 as one of the nation’s 100 best communities for young people. Plantation has two public high schools, three public middle schools, seven public elementary schools, and five private schools.
Mr. Quackenbush represents children in their personal injury cases as well. When a minor pursues a personal injury case, technically it is the parent who must act as the technical “Plaintiff” and pursue the case on behalf of the minor. When the case settles, frequently it must be approved by a Judge – who oftentimes will order that the settlement be in the form of a “structured settlement” wherein payments are made once the child reaches the age of majority and then in installments.
Mr. Quackenbush also represents the elderly. As of 2000, 13.1 percent of the people in Plantation were over the age of 65. It is unfortunate that older people become more easily victimized as they age. Mr. Quackenbush represents the elderly in their cases of elder abuse and nursing home neglect.
The median income for a home in Plantation as of the year 2007 was $66,135. The median income for a family in Plantation was $80,434. The per capita income was $28,250. If you are injured in an accident and can’t work as a result, Mr. Quackenbush can pursue a “lost wages” claim on your behalf.
If you are unable to work in the future, Mr. Quackenbush can bring a “loss of future earning capacity” claim on your behalf. Because these damages are speculative, Mr. Quackenbush will need to hire a “vocational rehabilitation” expert to meet with you, evaluate your job and attempt to 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” to attempt to quantify these damages and give a number for how much money you will lose into the future as a result of your not being able to work or not being able to work as much.
The Plantation Homeowner’s organization was founded in 1949. Mr. Quackenbush represents clients in their suits against homeowner’s and condominium associations.
A community bus service was begun in Plantation in the year 2001. Mr. Quackenbush represents clients who have been injured in bus accidents, wrecks and crashes.This Plantation Car Accident Attorney Helps Victims at their Lowest Points
Mr. Quackenbush represents clients who have been hurt in car, automobile and vehicle crashes, wrecks and accidents. He also represents clients in their products liability and medical malpractice cases happening anyplace in Plantation or anywhere in the State of Florida.
Contact Mr. Quackenbush for a free, no obligation consultation if you’ve been injured in an accident occurring anyplace in Plantation or anywhere in the State of Florida. If Mr. Quackenbush becomes your attorney, he will represent you on contingency – which means that he won’t charge you until you’ve received compensation in your case.