This Tamarac Personal Injury Lawyer is passionate about his job. He fights hard for his clients in Tamarac. Tamarac is a city located in Broward County, Florida.
60,427 people were living in Tamarac as of the year 2010 (there were 65,199 as of 2016 – so the City is still getting bigger). Mr. Quackenbush represents many of these people in their personal injury cases.
The motto of the City of Tamarac is “The City For Your Life!” The City was incorporated in 1963. There are six zip codes in Tamarac.
The name “Tamarac” comes from the reverse-spelling of a group of carwashes (“Caramat”) that were owned by the developer that first bought the land on which the City of Tamarac was built in the early-1960’s.
Tamarac is governed by a City Commission and is run by a City Manager. The City has a Mayor, a Vice Mayor, three City Commissioners, and a City Clerk. Settlements of lawsuits against the City must be approved by the City Commission. These cases are known as cases of “sovereign immunity” (which includes a case against any City, County or the State of Florida). Sovereign immunity cases carry with them certain restrictions, including notice requirements (you must give the governmental entity six-months notice before filing a lawsuit) and caps on the amount of money you can recover (typically $200,000).
If you decide upon Mr. Quackenbush as your lawyer, he will work on contingency – meaning that he won’t be paid for his work until you’ve made a recovery in your case. As such, there is absolutely no risk to you.
Call Mr. Quackenbush to obtain a free, no obligation consultation today. You can contact him at 786-294-7711. He will gladly talk to you about your case for free.Help in Desperate Times Provided by this Tamarac Personal Injury Lawyer
There are 12.08 square miles total in Tamarac. Of these, .46 square miles are made up of water. Water-related activities are a big part of the lifestyle in South Florida and can be a lot of fun. However, they can also be very dangerous, and Mr. Quackenbush represents clients who have been injured in boating, jet ski and waverunner wrecks, crashes and accidents.
15.4 percent of homes in Tamarac included children as of the year 2010. 13.4% of the people in Tamarac were children under the age of 19 as of the year 2000. Tamarac is therefore a very kid/family-friendly City. Mr. Quackenbush represents children in their personal injury cases of all sorts. When a minor brings a personal injury case, it is technically the minor’s parent who must act as the “Plaintiff” and bring the lawsuit. When the case is settled, it must frequently be approved by a judge.
Whether the case involving the minor needs to be approved by a judge depends on the amount being received by the child. If the child is receiving more than $15,000 (after attorneys fees, medical bills, costs, etc. are taken out), then the settlement must be approved by a judge. If not, then the settlement will not typically need to be approved by a judge. Note that the minimum number of $15,000 applies to the amount of money being received by the child, not the total settlement. For example, if the total settlement is $20,000 but the child is only receiving $10,000 out of the settlement (after attorney’s fees, medical bills and costs are taken out), then the settlement will not need to be approved by a judge (even though the total settlement is over $15,000). On the other hand, if the total settlement is $25,000 and the child is receiving $16,000, then the settlement will need to be approved by a judge since the amount the child is receiving is over $15,000.
These judge-approved cases will oftentimes result in structured settlements, wherein the total amount is distributed to the child in installments once he or she reaches the age of majority (18) and becomes an adult.Ethical and Effective Representation Provided by this Tamarac Personal Injury Law Firm
37.8 percent of the population was over the age of 65 as of the year 2000. Unfortunately, the elderly typically become more vulnerable as they age and are more easily victimized. As such, Mr. Quackenbush represents the elderly in their cases of nursing home neglect and elder abuse in Tamarac and around the State of Florida.
The median income for a home in Tamarac was $34,290 as of the year 2000, the median income for a family was $41,927, and the per capita income was $22,243. When you are injured in an accident, you may not be able to work. As such, Mr. Quackenbush can make a “lost wages” claim on your behalf.
If you will not be able to work in the future, then Mr. Quackenbush may be able to make a “loss of future earning capacity claim” on your behalf. Your loss of future earnings are speculative, so Mr. Quackenbush may hire an expert called a vocational expert to evaluate you and your job and determine what, if any, work you’ll be able to do in the future. He may also hire an expert called an economist to quantify these damages and give a number for how much money you will likely lose as a result of your not being able to work.You can Talk to this Tamarac Car Accident Attorney Today
Mr. Quackenbush handles all types of personal injury cases occurring in Tamarac and around the State of Florida. These include car, automobile and vehicle crash, wreck and accident cases. They also include premises liability cases, including slip and fall and trip & fall accidents.
They also include negligent security cases. Negligent security cases result when you are hurt as a victim of crime on the property of another person or entity. If the other person or entity did not provide adequate or enough security to prevent the crime, then you may have a case against the other person or entity. You will have the best case if the crime occurred in a high crime area – because then it can be easily argued that the property owner should have known that proper security was required.
Finally, Mr. Quackenbush handles products liability, defective products, medical malpractice and doctor/hospital negligence cases occurring in Tamarac and throughout the State of Florida.
If Mr. Quackenbush winds up as your lawyer, he will represent you on a contingency basis. This means that there is no risk to you whatsoever because Mr. Quackenbush will not get paid for his work until you’ve made a recovery in your case.
To obtain a free, no obligation consultation, contact Mr. Quackenbush at 786-294-7711 today. He will happily talk to you about your case free of charge.