Goldman & Daszkal, P.A.

Suffering an injury in an accident or because of someone’s negligent or even illegal actions can throw your life into disarray. In addition to finding yourself unable to work or care for yourself, you may find medical bills stacking up on top of your ordinary bills. You may need ongoing medical care and rehabilitation to try to get back to a normal life. You may feel like no one or nothing can help you. The Broward County personal injury lawyers of Goldman & Daszkal, P.A., can help you get compensation from those responsible for your injuries, and get your life back on track.

Our attorneys pride themselves in providing our clients with high quality, personal, and caring legal representation. Each of our clients is a person, not just a case number. Our lawyers will work for the best interest of each and every client.

Vehicular Injuries

Injuries caused by accident come in many forms. The negligent operation of vehicles frequently causes injuries. People operating any sort of vehicle owe a duty to everyone else on the road, the water, or the air to operate it safely and to take precautions not to injure others. Injuries can result from the negligent operation of cars, commercial trucks, motorcycles, boats, and other vehicles. A person injured because of such negligence may recover damages such as medical expenses, lost wages, and compensation for pain and suffering from the negligent party.

Product Injuries

Companies that sell goods to the public have a responsibility to make reasonably certain that their products are safe to use. Still, injuries occur because of defects or inherent dangers in various products. The companies that produce those goods can be held liable for damages caused by these defects or dangers.

Premises Injuries

Owners and managers of property, including stores, offices, and homes, must take precautions to ensure basic safety for people who may come onto their property. A person who comes onto property as a guest, visitor, or customer and is injured because of a dangerous condition on that property may be able to recover damages from the owner.

Pharmacy Error

Pharmacy error occurs when a pharmacist breaches his or her professional duty of care, resulting in harm to the patient whose prescription he or she is filling. A pharmacist whose breach causes injury is liable for damages to the injured patient.

Injuries from Criminal Acts or Animal Attacks

People have a duty to behave in a way that does not injure anyone else. Sometimes people cause harm to others deliberately, such as an assault, or in a reckless manner such as a drunk driving accident. People also have an obligation to reasonably restrain or control animals in their care, including both pets and livestock. Those who are injured by direct acts of a person or an animal under a person’s control may have a claim against that person for their damages.

Catastrophic Injuries

Some injuries are so severe that they require a substantial amount of medical care and support. Even seemingly simple accidents could lead to catastrophic injuries for some people. Brain and spinal injuries, for example, require an especially high level of care at a significant expense. The legal system provides remedies for people who have suffered greatly.

The Firm

Our firm represents people in Palm Beach, Broward County, and throughout South Florida who have been injured due to the negligence or intentional acts of others. To schedule a free and confidential consultation to discuss your case, contact us through this website or at 888-504-HURT (4878).

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FAQ'S

How Do I Know if I Need an Attorney?
You should consult with an experienced Florida personal injury attorney if you have been injured and you do not know how the injury is going to affect you.
Q. What Qualifies as a Personal Injury?
A “personal injury” is any physical or mental injury that results from another person’s negligence or wrongful act.
Q. How Do I Pay for Legal Assistance?
You do not pay anything unless your case results in a court victory or a settlement.