Unfortunately, injuries happen, creating a difficult situation for the individuals harmed. When an injury happens – corporate and individual interests do not always see eye to eye. This is where we step in.
At David A. Goldstein Co., L.P.A., we are dedicated to assisting our clients to achieve the best possible resolution. We care deeply about our clients, to guarantee that we are fighting for you, we do not collect a fee unless you recover.
As a boutique law firm that works with corporations and individuals, we have the distinction of knowing the balance between corporate expectations and individual needs. This allows us to save our clients precious time and money.
Why Partner with a Small Law Firm for Personal Injury Complaints?
- Unlike large law firms that nickel and dime you during your most stressful time, we cut straight to the bottom line and deliver the best results.
- During the process, we pride ourselves on our open and honest communication. As a small law firm, we get to know your case personally and passionately.
- We will commit to you and will provide you with constant contact regarding the legal process and the needs you require.
At the law offices of David A. Goldstein Co., L.P.A., we strive to provide our clients with diligent assistance by qualified and experienced attorneys.
Motor vehicle accidents can be an especially difficult, frustrating, and confusing time for those involved or for the family left behind. Any motor vehicle accident can lead to a plethora of complications and issues for the injured party or their family to handle.
Some of the injuries are not seen immediately; we will fight for your visible and invisible injuries.
Types of Motor Vehicle Accidents We Represent:
- Head injuries
- Fractured bones
- Torn ligaments/tendons
- Loss of an organ
- Neck injuries including sprains/strains
- Shoulder injuries
- Back injuries including discs, spinal cord injuries, sprains/strains
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Bicycle Accidents
- Busses & Other Transportation
- Car Accidents
As an experienced law firm, we are able to minimize the stress on our clients by working directly with insurance companies, medical providers, collection agencies, and all other parties involved. We advocate for the best possible outcome for our clients, and we have extensive experience dealing with insurance companies and medical providers.
Following a motor vehicle accident, any party who has provided medical assistance or paid for treatment will retain a right to recovery if the injured party recovers any award from the negligent driver.
We work to ensure the best possible recovery for our clients by reaching out to the companies and providers who retain those liens to negotiate settlement of the liens.
You can be injured anywhere; however, if you are injured at a business, commercial site, or another’s residence, then you may have a right to a monetary award as compensation for the injuries you sustained.
In order to win in a premises liability case, an injured person must prove that there was negligence. We always recommend taking pictures of the site of the incident as quickly as possible. Preferably, at the time of the incident.
A common misunderstanding is that the property “owner” does not necessarily have to own the land the property was built upon. This may sound confusing, but many stores and outlets personally own the building but rent the land that the property sits on. In this case, both may be held accountable for any accidents to the visitors in the building. There is no difference between the two when determining liability.
Typically, an injury is caused by an unsafe or defective condition on someone’s property. Injuries such as slip and fall cases while on another’s property may be the result of negligence by the property owner.
Property Neglegance Examples:
- Failure to warn of hidden dangers
- Standing water
- Snow and ice
- Inadequate maintenance
- Dog Bites
- Wet or slippery floors
- Sharp edges or pieces sticking out
If you have been injured while on another’s property, or if you’ve lost a family member due to an accident on another’s property, we can assist you in determining whether the injury or loss resulted from negligence.
When a person is harmed by an unsafe product, that person may have a cause of action against those who designed, manufactured, furnished, or sold the product. The United States has specific and strict product safety standards that must be followed.
There are four areas in which recovery can be based:
- Breach of Warranty
- Strict Liability.
A manufacturer, seller, marketer, distributor, or product designer may be liable when a product manufacturing, design defect, or failure/lack of proper safety warnings causes serious injury or death.
Manufacturers, distributors, and sellers can be held responsible for:
- Defects in Design
- Defects in Manufacture
- Incorrect or Incomplete Instructions
- Failure to Warn of Dangers
- Failure to Live up to Warranties
Examples of product defect litigation claims we handle:
- Construction tool defects
- Child and infant care product defects
- Child toy defects
- Recreational vehicle defects
- Automobile defects
- Household product defects
- Home appliance defects
Have you been harmed by a motor vehicle, at someone’s business or place of residence, or by a faulty product? If so, the attorneys at David A. Goldstein Co., L.P.A., are experienced and will work closely with you to determine the best strategies. You may be entitled to financial recovery for medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering.