The personal injury lawyers of The Dickstein Law Firm have the resources and knowledge necessary to effectively assist clients injured by negligence. We have prevailed in many types of personal injury cases involving accidents, medical malpractice, and product liability. Our firm has recovered millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for injury victims in Miramar and across Broward County, and we will work diligently to see that you see justice as well.

Car crashes are unfortunately an epidemic in Miramar and South Florida. State law protects victims injured in accidents caused by negligence drivers. Negligence involves liability for injuries caused by the breach of a legal duty. Motorists owe others a reasonable standard of care. They breach that duty by driving recklessly and causing an accidental injury. One moment of negligence can cost the injured party a mountain of expenses for which at-fault parties are liable. Unfortunately, insurance can only pay out a certain amount, dumping the rest on the victim. An auto accident attorney can help you recover from all liable parties.

Makers of defective goods are likewise liable for any injury resulting from the use of their product. Injured consumers can often obtain multi-million dollar awards from the manufacturer. Under Florida statutes, defective products result in strict liability for the manufacturer, meaning the company’s negligence is presumed once the plaintiff shows harm. If a dangerous toy, food, or product caused your injury, we can help.

Negligence in the medical field occurs when doctors fall below the required standard of care. Mistakes during diagnosis, operation, and treatment may be evidence of malpractice. Delivery mishaps are one example of negligence resulting in permanent birth defects or impairment. Neglect and abuse by nursing homes can also prove fatal, sometimes causing wrongful death. Florida law holds negligent medical providers liable for any resulting injury. Our Miramar medical malpractice attorneys ensure that they pay for your harm.

Property owners owe invitees a duty of reasonable care. Keeping the premises safe may mean cleaning floors or providing protective gear to protect customers and workers from injury. It also requires eliminating dangerous conditions and performing reasonable repairs on the property. Loose handrails, slippery steps, and vicious pets are all dangerous conditions. Failure to eliminate these dangers results in liability to the injured party.

Personal injury plaintiffs may be awarded damages for medical expenses, lost income, and pain and suffering. We can help you recover the compensation you deserve. Contact our office by calling our toll-free number at 888-352-4878 today. The first consultation is always free and we do not get paid unless you do.