Glotzer & Kobren, P.A. have recently been able to help their clients acquire settlements; truck accident with a lower back injury – Settled for $110,000. Rear end auto collision while our client was stopped at red light. Client needed a cervical discectomy and fusion and was awarded $437,500.
If you have an injury from an auto accident or think you may be entitled to a settlement based on a recent accident, call us. Glotzer & Kobren, P.A. will fight for your rights and as always – there’s no fees unless we win!
Alternative transportation to cabs or public transit is a great service and becoming extremely popular in our area. However many times the drivers employed by these alternative taxi services do not have the experience or knowledge to handle situations that may result in serious injuries.
If you’ve been injured or involved in an alternative taxi service accident call Glotzer & Kobren, P.A. We’re experts in this area and our most recent verdict was $615,000 for an unfortunate client who was involved in an accident.
Trucking accidents can be some of the most complex type of personal injury incidents to move forward into litigation claims. If you have been injured in a trucking accident, you may be entitled to pursue compensation for your injuries in a civil court to address legal judgement for damages.
Preliminary data has been shared by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration indicating that there has been a 7.7% increase in motor vehicle fatalities over the last year.
In 2015, an estimated 35,200 individuals suffered fatal injuries in car accidents, an increase from 32,675 reported traffic deaths in 2014. According to the agency, if this trend continues, car accident fatalities will be at their highest level since 2008.
The recent Tesla Model S crash involving a vehicle that failed to activate the braking system, ultimately killing a man in May, has raised many different questions about the safety and reliability of automated vehicle.
Researchers at Florida State University have been attempting to predict how both mobility and safety could be positively impacted if automated vehicles became more broadly deployed on the roads today.
Although electronic health records have become increasingly par for the course in the medical community, a new research study conducted by the Doctors Company shows that electronic health record practices could actually be increasing malpractice liability and medical mistakes.
In order to arrive at these results, the Doctors Company looked at nearly 100 claims filed between January of 2007 and June 2014, in which electronic health records were involved.