Accident Laywers in Fort Lauderdale
Injury victims often face medical bills, pain and suffering, permanent injury, lost wages, loss of future earning capacity and loss of enjoyment of life. Family members suffer economic loss, mental and emotional anguish and loss of companionship. In the event of wrongful death claims, families are traumatized and torn apart without warning. If you are an injury victim, we can help you through these difficult times. We can also refer you to qualified medical care, in the event you have difficulty finding a doctor on your own. Many of the medical providers we recommend are Board Certified Specialists and in some instances will often agree to work on a lien basis.
Each year, there are millions of reported motor vehicle crashes in the United States. According to a study by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, motor vehicle crashes in 2010 alone cost almost $1 trillion in loss of productivity and loss of life. Unsurprisingly, litigation involving motor vehicle crashes is commonplace. Motor vehicle accidents in Florida often result in serious injuries or worse for all involved. Sadly, accidents like this happen all the time in Miami and Broward County and countless people each year are left dealing with the hurt and trauma caused by these terrible events. Unfortunately, despite all this there are still countless drivers who do not obey the rules of the road and continue to put others at risk with their unsafe driving.
Have you been notified of foreclosure? Are you behind on your mortgage and worried that you may lose your home? If so, contact Charles Legal PLLC office of Steve Charles, Esq. to learn what a Miami foreclosure defense attorney can do for you. Our team of lawyers has successfully assisted thousands of Florida residents in fighting foreclosure through debt negotiation, debt settlement, loan modifications, bankruptcy, and other debt relief options. We offer a free initial consultation and affordable flat rates for our services, so you never have to worry about cost.
The residential eviction process in Florida requires careful and full compliance with Florida law. Attempting to remove a tenant through extralegal means, for example changing the locks or removing the tenant’s belongings, is considered a “self-help” eviction, and is illegal. The statutes governing the removal of a tenant in Florida are very specific. If the eviction process is not done correctly, including the pre-eviction notices, the landlord or property manager could be easily liable for wrongful eviction and possibly liable for thousands of dollars.