Pompano Beach Personal Injury Lawyer
One of the constants in American cities is that the development goes in cycles with new communities rising up and being rebuilt and rebranded. Pompano Beach, Florida, is currently going through one such redevelopments (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pompano_Beach,_Florida). The location is already listed as one of the top real estate markets in the country, according to such diverse sources as CNN and Money magazine. Although it is a prime location for vacation homes and rental properties, this city of approximately 100,000 located near Fort Lauderdale is revamping its downtown and historic districts as well as its beachfront properties (http://www.citytowninfo.com/places/florida/pompano-beach). The location also boasts some famous residents including multiple Emmy winner Kelsey Grammer, of Cheers and Frasier fame. This city is definitely considered one of the tops in the country when it comes to finding a retirement community that can please almost everyone.
With all of the properties and vacation homes in the area, it should come as no surprise that there are a lot of renters in the area. But one of the things that comes with the territory of renting is the occasional unscrupulous landlord. These individuals are negligent when it comes to keeping homes and properties safe and secure for their tenants. Landlords can be held responsible for a variety of occurrences on their properties if they have been negligent. If, for instance, a landlord does not maintain and repair stairwells, handrails, or steps, then he can be held responsible if a person falls and is injured. Similarly, a landlord must keep common areas well-lit and secure. If a person is attacked in a communal laundry room or foyer, and the attack is able to occur because the room was not secured or because there were no working lights in the area, then the landlord can be held responsible for not providing a secure environment. If this is the case for you or someone you love, then Wolf & Pravato’s attorneys can assist you in getting the compensation that you are owed.
Another area that South Florida has gained a bad reputation for is negligent drivers. This may be because of the high rate of tourists who are desperately looking for their location and not paying attention to the road or it may be the preponderance of senior citizens who continue driving after they should stop. Regardless of the reason, negligent drivers are a serious problem. If you have been injured by someone who has run a red light or struck your vehicle while texting and driving, then you do not have to suffer in silence. It is possible to bring a suit forward to compensate you for damages, medical bills, and even lost wages. Wolf & Pravato are experts in this field and can help you with all aspects of the case.
In addition to these areas, our attorneys can also help you with other fields of negligence, such as medical malpractice and defective products. If you have been the victim of any of these types of incidents, then you must move quickly to get ahead of the statute of limitations that can significantly constrain your ability to bring forth a lawsuit. Wolf & Pravato can review all the details of your case including medical and police reports to help you get a fuller understanding of the situation. Our attorneys can also provide you with a free consultation on your case. You can contact us at 954-633-8270 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are in the Pompano region, you can visit our Fort Lauderdale office at 2101 W. Commercial Boulevard, Suite 1500.
Courthouses Serving Pompano Beach, FL
County of Broward: North Regional Courthouse
1600 W Hillsboro Blvd
Deerfield Beach, FL 33442
Police Departments Serving Pompano Beach, FL
Broward County Sheriff’s Office
100 SW 3rd St.
Pompano Beach, FL 33060
Broward County Sheriff
2421 NW 16th St.
Pompano Beach, FL 33069
Lighthouse Point Police Department
3701 NE 22nd Ave.
Lighthouse Point, FL 33064