Wilton Manors, FL
This Wilton Manors Personal Injury Lawyer provides aggressive representation to his clients. Located in Broward County, Florida, Wilton Manors was home to 11,632 people as of the year 2010 (this number went up to 12,682 in 2016). To the north of the City is the North Fork of the Middle River and the City of Oakland Park, to the south the South Fork of the Middle River and Fort Lauderdale, to the east Federal Highway/US1, and to the west I-95.
The nickname of the City is “The Island City.” The nickname is due to the fact that the City is surrounded by water.
The City of Wilton Manors was originally incorporated as the Village of Wilton Manors in 1947. It was later incorporated as the City of Wilton Manors in 1953. The original name of the City was Colohatchee. The name Wilton Manors was coined in 1925.
Wilton Manors is governed by a City Commission and run by a City Manager. Lawsuits against the City are known as cases of “sovereign immunity.” Sovereign immunity cases include lawsuits against any City, County or the State.
Sovereign immunity cases are capped at $200,000 in damages. This means that, if you bring a lawsuit against the City of Wilton Manors, the most that you will be able to recover is $200,000. Moreover, when you settle your case against the City, the settlement will typically need to be approved by the City Commission.
If you’ve been hurt in Wilton Manors or anyplace in the State of Florida, call 954-448-7288 for a free, no obligation consultation. Mr. Quackenbush will discuss with you all aspects of your case at no charge to you.
Once Mr. Quackenbush is hired and begins work on your case, he will work on contingency – which means that he won’t get paid until a recovery has been made in your case. So, there is no risk to you.This Wilton Manors Personal Injury Lawyer Gives Client Advice
There are 1.97 square miles located in Wilton Manors. There are four zip codes located in the City.
Many vacationers and tourists visit Wilton Manors each year. Mr. Quackenbush represent tourists who have been injured in accidents of all sorts.
Wilton Drive is a main thoroughfare located in Wilton Manors. Mr. Quackenbush represents people in Wilton Manors with their car, automobile, vehicle collision, crash, wreck and accident cases on Wilton Drive and on all roadways in Wilton Manors.
Colohatchee Park is a park located in Wilton Manors. The park includes a boat ramp for boat entry. Although water activities are fun, they can also be extremely dangerous. Mr. Quackenbush represents people who have been injured in boat/jetski/waverunner collisions, crashes, accidents and wrecks. He also represents the family members of tragic victims of accidental drowning.
18.1 percent of households in Wilton Manors were occupied by children as of the year 2010. Additionally, 16.6 of the City population was made up of children as of the year 2000. Wilton Manors is thus a kid/family-friendly City. Mr. Quackenbush represents children who have been injured in accidents of all sorts. When a child pursues a personal injury case, it is technically the child’s parent who must act as the “Plaintiff” and pursue the case on the child’s behalf. When the case settles, the settlement must oftentimes be approved by a Judge (i.e., if the amount the child will receive is over $15,000).This Wilton Manors Personal Injury Law Firm Pursues Justice Passionately
40.7 percent of households in Wilton Manors had somebody sixty-five or older living in them as of the year 2010. 15.7 percent of the population of the City was made up of people over the age of 65 as of the year 2000. Unfortunately, elderly people tend to become more vulnerable to abuse as they age. Mr. Quackenbush represents the elderly in their cases of nursing home abuse and elderly neglect.
The median income for a household in Wilton Manors was $38,366 as of the year 2000. The median income for a family was $43,346. The per capita income for Wilton Manors was $21,770 as of the year 2000. If you’ve been hurt in an accident and you are no longer able to work and make a living, you may be able to pursue a lost wage claim. In such a claim, you may be able to recover compensation for your past lost wages and for future lost wages.
Because the future is speculative, it may be more difficult to predict future lost wages. As such, Mr. Quackenbush may hire a vocational rehabilitation expert to evaluate you and your ability to work and attempt to determine how much, if any, you will be able to work in the future. Mr. Quackenbush may also hire an expert called an economist to crunch the numbers and attempt to determine how much money exactly you will be expected to lose due to your inability to work.Contact this Wilton Manors Personal Injury Attorney for a Free Consultation
If you decide to hire Mr. Quackenbush after your free consultation, he will work on contingency – this means that there will be no risk to you as Mr. Quackenbush will not charge you for his work until a recovery has been made in your case.
Call Mr. Quackenbush today for a free, no obligation consultation. You can reach him at 954-448-7288.