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Reports of Rising Deaths on Railroads in Florida Increase Need for Lawyers

Reports are surfacing that 2017 was a deadly year for railroad deaths in South Florida, and our firm handled several of those cases. With the high-speed rail Brighline coming on full service from Miami to West Palm, the problem is expected to get worse.

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Bogomolsky’s Fatal Crash May Be a Wrongful Death Case

Mr. Yefin Bogomolsky was killed in an auto crash at one of the most dangerous intersections in West Palm Beach. This is a potential wrongful death case.

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Kamarr Scott May Have Been Saved By An AED

A 14-year old boy, Kamarr Scott, died after collapsing on a track field at his school. He may have have been saved had an AED been used by staff.

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Man Killed In Plumbing Explosion May Have Two Personal Injury Claims

John Thomas Dillion IV was killed from an explosion at a construction site at a residential Boynton Beach condo complex. His family may have options.

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Drowning of Young Boy in Greenacres Pool Highlights Potential Blame

A 4-year old boy died as the result of a near-drowning in a Greenacres pool, and this incident in particular proves that it’s not always the parent’s fault.

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How Are Pedestrians Compensated for Injuries?

The West Palm Beach car accident lawyers at the Law Offices of Craig Goldenfarb explain how pedestrians are compensated for injuries.

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Apartment Complex Owner Where UF Student Falls to his Death Could be Negligent

The owner of the apartment complex at University House Apartments could be held liable for negligence for the death of Ian Burns, a UF student who fell to his death from a balcony Saturday.

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Pierre Massena

Pierre was very satisfied with our service, and happy he could get the treatment he needed after his accident. Learn more here.

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Jacksonville High School Student Ben Johnson could have been Saved with an AED

Sudden death of Jacksonville High School Student A Jacksonville, Florida high school sophomore has died from what doctors are calling sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) while he was working out in the weight room of Fleming Island High School. Ben Johnson was a beloved football and basketball player, and a highly respected student, according to…

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Martin County Truck Crash is a Potential Case for the Hawthorne Family

Martin County Tractor trailer truck crash incident A family man lost his life after a tractor trailer he was riding as a passenger in rolled over and crashed in Martin County last week. The victim was identified as Nathaniel Hawthorne, Jr. Mr. Hawthorne, as revealed in media reports, is a father of at least…

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