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Fort Lauderdale Personal Injury Lawyer

Specializing in the Most Serious Accident Cases in Broward County

When you’ve been seriously injured in an accident caused by another’s negligence, you’re facing a multitude of difficulties: physical pain, extensive and expensive medical treatment, the loss of income, along with stress and worry about your physical health and how you’ll be able to care for your family. Rosen Injury Law is here to help with all of that. Our lead attorney, Eric Rosen, is a Florida Board-Certified expert in civil trials who has achieved massive verdicts to help his clients deal with the pain and disruption to their lives brought on by the negligence of another. Eric has built an elite, boutique firm dedicated to providing excellent service to injury victims, making sure they get the care they need and are made as comfortable as possible while he seeks top compensation from the insurance company.

If you’ve been seriously hurt in an accident in Fort Lauderdale, Rosen Injury Law is the law firm you want to take care of you. Our Fort Lauderdale personal injury lawyers provide expert assistance in many different areas of Florida personal injury law, including all of the following.

Motor Vehicle Accidents

Rosen Injury Law takes on cases involving every type of vehicle accident, including car crashes, motorcycle collisions, truck wrecks, and pedestrian and bicycle accidents. Our firm is particularly helpful in accidents involving Uber or Lyft, as well. Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage only goes so far and provides an incomplete recovery. We take on serious injury cases that go beyond no-fault insurance claims and hold negligent drivers responsible for the full amount of the harm they have caused, including medical expenses, lost income, pain and suffering, and other legal damages recognized by Florida personal injury law.

Premises Liability

Property owners in Florida owe it to their visitors to keep their premises in a safe condition. Accidents such as slipping on a wet surface or tripping over a defect or object in the floor can result in broken hips and other fractures, facial lacerations, head injuries and other serious injuries. For people invited onto the property, such as customers and guests, property owners should be on the active lookout for dangerous conditions and clean them up promptly before an accident occurs. For others lawfully on the premises, such as delivery persons or utility workers, property owners have a duty to warn about any known dangers.

Property owners are liable for injuries caused by keeping their premises in an unreasonably unsafe condition. Proving that an owner or property manager had actual or “constructive” notice of the condition but failed to fix it in time can be challenging. Also, defendants in premises liability or “slip and fall” cases often blame the victim for not watching where they were going. As a Florida Board-Certified Civil Trial Specialist, Fort Lauderdale attorney Eric Rosen and his team know how to build a case that proves the property owner’s liability and responsibility to the injury victim.

Negligent Security

The duty to provide a safe premises extends to providing adequate security to deter robberies or sexual assaults from being committed on the property. Apartment managers and shopping mall owners must take reasonable steps to keep their parking garages, stairwells and hallways well-lit, while making sure security features such as locks, alarms, video cameras and restricted access entry are adequate and functioning properly. While property owners are not always responsible for the criminal actions of third parties, inadequate security can be the basis of a negligence claim that holds them duly accountable.

Product Defects

Users of consumer products have to trust that the products they buy have been designed and tested for safety. When a product fails and the consumer gets hurt, the product manufacturer can be held strictly liable for the damages caused. Rosen Injury Law has the determination and resources to go up against the big corporations and hold them accountable for design defects, manufacturing defects and marketing defects (failure to warn) in their products. Our firm takes on automakers, pharmaceutical companies and other corporate giants that put their concern for profits ahead of consumer safety. There is no excuse for putting an unsafe product on the market. Rosen Injury Law makes manufacturers pay for their mistakes and the harm they have caused.

Medical Malpractice

Doctors are expected to practice with care and attention and with the skill comparable to other members of the medical profession with similar training in the community. Failing to perform at this level is malpractice, and doctors and hospitals can be held liable for the harm caused by their medical mistakes. Rosen Injury Law handles complex medical malpractice cases in Fort Lauderdale involving all types of medical errors, including surgical errors, misdiagnosis of cancer, birth injuries, medication errors, and more.

Not every bad outcome in a hospital or doctor’s office is the result of malpractice, and patients might never know if the reason for their trouble was medical negligence or not. Don’t expect the doctor, nurse or hospital administrator to tell you. We work with medical experts who can determine when the appropriate level of skill or attention was not provided and the patient suffered because of it.

Florida law is often on the side of the powerful physicians’ lobby and their insurance carriers. Rosen Injury Law is always on your side. Call our office if you’ve suffered after a stay at Kindred Hospital South Florida, Broward Health Medical Center, Holy Cross Health or a local doctor’s office, outpatient clinic or surgery center. We’ll help determine if malpractice played a role in your injury, and we’ll work to make things right.

Fort Lauderdale Personal Injury Lawyer Helping Injury Victims Recover

If you’ve been hurt by the negligence of another in Fort Lauderdale, whether due to a motor vehicle accident or some other reason, call Rosen Injury Law at 954-787-1500 for a free consultation, and find out how our civil trial specialist and team can help you with your Fort Lauderdale personal injury claim.

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