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Alan Goldfarb Secures $15mm Medical Malpractice Result for Miami Woman

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

Attorney Alan Goldfarb secured at $15mm result for a 44 year old woman who went to Hialeah Hospital for asthma.  She was misdiagnosed by a house physician who also didn’t call for help from the Emergency Room when she took a turn for the worse.  Her health rapidly deteriorated and sadly passed away within… Read More »

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Many Are Injured At Trampoline Parks, But Is The Park Negligent?

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

Trampoline parks are a great deal of fun for young people all across Florida, but they are also responsible for a number of injuries. While the parks themselves only furnish people with the trampolines and cannot be responsible for every injury that occurs, it’s also true that the sheer quantity of reported injuries leaves… Read More »

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Did Face Painting At Legoland Result In A Major Skin Rash?

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

Imagine bringing your son to Legoland for a fun happy time. The boy gets his face painted by one of the employees. He begins complaining about a burning itchy sensation on his face. You, as his parent, bring him to the doctor after the condition persists. The boy is given medication for the allergic… Read More »

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$117 Million Awarded In Talcum Powder Lawsuit

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

Unless you’ve been under a media blackout, you’ve probably heard something about the baby powder product liability lawsuits. The cases originated with studies that showed the risk of potential cross-contamination between talcum and asbestos, deposits of which are often found near to one another in the natural environment. Since asbestos is the primary risk… Read More »

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Attorney Alan Goldfarb quoted in the Miami Herald regarding the FIU pedestrian bridge collapse

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

Attorney Alan Goldfarb quoted in the Miami Herald: “There are so many questions that I have, just from my construction knowledge,” said Miami civil lawyer Alan Goldfarb, who has handled many high-profile accidents. “Why would you not close the road to traffic? Why would you have workers up there? Why would you not do… Read More »

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PIP Pitfalls You Need To Be Prepared For

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

If you or a family member was seriously injured in an auto accident, you have the ability to immediately file a claim to obtain financial compensation through Personal Injury Protection (PIP) benefits.  This is because Florida is a “no fault” state meaning motorists can obtain financial compensation for their harms and losses without an… Read More »

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Woman Hit and Killed at Bus Stop by Reckless Driver

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

When drivers engage in careless and reckless behavior, the consequences can be devastating. Take, for example, a tragic accident involving a woman waiting at a bus stop. She was run over and killed after two cars that were being operated in a careless manner caused a chain reaction in Lauderhill, according to the Miami… Read More »

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Dash Cams As Evidence In Motor Vehicle Accidents

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

Often when a car wreck becomes a matter to be resolved in a court of law, the verdict in the litigation will end up being decided based on which party was able to produce the most convincing evidence to support their version of the events.  This is especially true when the only witnesses to… Read More »

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Fourth District Court of Appeals Overturns Personal Injury Caps

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

Another of Florida’s tort-reform laws took a hit recently. Florida’s Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the damages cap of $500,000 for pain and suffering in medical malpractice cases violates Florida’s Constitution. This latest ruling comes after Florida’s Supreme Court ruled last year that the pain and suffering damages cap in wrongful death… Read More »

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Distracted Driving: A Case Study

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

A recent study by the National Safety Council shows that 91% of parents who use electronics while driving do so in front of their teens. This presents a number of problems for Miami area and other Florida drivers. For one, the example being set for current or near-future drivers by those drivers’ parents can… Read More »

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