Shorter days, fatigue, compromised vision, rush hour, holiday traffic and impaired driving all contribute to making driving at night more dangerous this time of year compared to any other. In fact, according to the National Safety Council, the risk for fatal crashes is three times higher at night.
At Weinstein & Cohen, we have been practicing personal injury law for more than 30 years. This tenure has afforded us extensive experience in dealing with and settling personal injury claims with insurance adjustors. And just like in any profession – there are both good and bad adjustors out there. However, one thing that adjustors have in common is they are skilled in the tried and true practice of negotiating.
Defective products cause thousands of injuries each year. Everything from recalled vehicles to contaminated food products and furniture that too easily topples over are sold to consumers on a regular basis.
When it comes to personal injury claims, you’re typically going to be involved in some type of liability claim investigation. What this means is that an investigation is used to determine the negligence of the accused party or entity. Sometimes the process of determining negligence can be confusing and that’s why we’ve decided to break it down into the four elements needed to prove your case.
Late last month, the way vehicles are investigated by police after an accident significantly changed following a groundbreaking privacy rights opinion handed down by a panel of judges for the Fourth District Court of Appeals.
5.2 million dollar jury verdict in Naples, Florida. 92 year old mother of two killed by drunk driver who was speeding and ran a stop sign. Estate of Theresa Lesniak.
$3.5 million settlement – Wrongful death of a 22-year-old female college student from Orlando, Florida, which was the result of a highway automobile accident in Delaware. Mark Weinstein‘s client was her grieving husband and high school sweetheart. The couple had been married for only two weeks before her untimely and unnecessary death that occurred when she swerved and lost control of her vehicle while avoiding debris that had flown from the bed of a pickup truck in front of her. Mr. Weinstein, who is admitted to practice law in Florida and New York, was admitted to practice law in the Delaware for this case.
$3.175 million settlement - Against multiple healthcare providers for failure to timely diagnose and treat a complication that arose three days after open-heart surgery, resulting in the death of our client’s spouse.
Our team has demonstrated the ability to achieve fair and just compensation for our clients. We are an aggressive litigation firm known for the absolute highest quality representation and staffed by the finest and most skilled litigators, paralegals, investigators and support staff.
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