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Monthly Archives: May 2021


Broken Asphalt Results in Trip and Fall Lawsuit

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

A woman who was injured after she tripped and fell on broken asphalt in the parking lot of the Boca Raton Community Center has filed a lawsuit seeking damages in excess of $30,000 (which simply means that it will be tried outside of small claims court). The lawsuit seeks damages from Simon Property Group… Read More »

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New Orleans Saints Fire Two Orthopedists After Injury Misdiagnosis

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

A former New Orleans Saints’ cornerback has filed a lawsuit against the team’s doctors after they misdiagnosed a leg injury that led to the worsening of his condition. The case became a national headline after it was announced that the Saints fired the orthopedists who had misdiagnosed the player. Now, Devin Breaux blames the… Read More »

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Qualified Immunity and Police Brutality

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

We’re seeing a lot of personal injury lawsuits filed on behalf of plaintiffs who were injured by police. That includes the high-profile lawsuits such as George Floyd and Briona Taylor that were recently settled at taxpayer expense for a combined $50 million. In this article, we’ll discuss qualified immunity, what it really means, and… Read More »

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