Hallandale Beach Personal Injury Law Firm
If you have been injured in an accident that resulted from the reckless act or negligence of another person, contact the Hallandale Beach personal injury lawyers at the Wolfson Law Firm. Accident victims often sustain serious, even life-altering, injuries. Victims and their families are often concerned about receiving and paying for medical treatment. The Hallandale Beach personal injury attorneys at the Wolfson Law Firm can review your case and help you to get your life back on track. For a free consultation, contact the Wolfson Law Firm at 305-285-1115.Personal Injury Services
Hallandale Beach personal injury attorneys at the Wolfson Law Firm serve their clients in many capacities, including;
- Hallandale Beach wrongful death personal injury attorney
- Defective product personal injury lawyer in Hallandale Beach
- Hallandale Beach medical malpractice personal injury attorney
- Slip and fall personal injury lawyer in Hallandale Beach
- Hallandale Beach workplace injury personal injury lawyer
- Motor vehicle accident personal injury lawyer in Hallandale Beach
- Premise liability personal injury lawyer in Hallandale Beach
- Hallandale Beach boating accident personal injury attorney
- Bus accident personal injury attorney in Hallandale Beach
- Hallandale Beach road rage personal injury lawyer
- Pedestrian accident personal injury attorney in Hallandale Beach
- Hallandale Beach bicycle accident personal injury attorney
- Assault and battery personal injury attorney in Hallandale Beach
If you or someone you love has been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence, contact the Wolfson Law Firm at 305-285-1115 for a free consultation.Hallandale Beach
In the late 1800s, Luther Halland was recruited by Henry Flagler to find the first settlement in the area. Along with his business partner, Olaf Zetterlund, Halland sold plots of land to those who were drawn to farming in the warm climate. The area, which was called “Halland”, had attracted twelve families by 1904. Continued growth in the area produced a school, trading post, and a church. Although Halland was located near the beach, it was not developed and was often used by the residents to swim, play games, and enjoy the outdoors.
Later, the name was changed to “Hallandale” and, in 1927, the town was incorporated. As the town continued to grow, it later reincorporated as the City of Hallandale in 1947. The City of Hallandale was able to annex additional land near the Atlantic Ocean. In 1999, the name was officially changed to the City of Hallandale Beach.
Located at the edge of Broward and Miami-Dade counties, Hallandale Beach offers a combination of quiet, residential neighborhoods with an urban city feel. Many restaurants, stores, and businesses are scattered throughout the city. Hidden behind high-rise condos and office buildings, tropical vegetation, and palm trees lies the beach. For many, the drive to reach the beach is almost as spectacular as the ocean views.
There are 38,951 residents living in Hallandale Beach. As with most of South Florida, Hallandale Beach is racially and ethnically mixed as 44.6% is white, 35% Hispanic, and 17.1% African American. The median household income is $34,400 and the median property values is $163,700. Residents in Hallandale Beach often use public transportation, as the average household owns one car.What is Premise Liability?
The owner or operator of a property may have liability if you are hurt or injured at their location. This is known as premise liability. Common accidents that fall under premise liability claims include slips and falls, faulty equipment, animal bites or attacks, or poor security. Injuries may also occur at swimming pools or around construction sites.
Premise liability claims seek to prove that the owner or operator was negligent, whether intentional or unintentional, in the reasonable care or upkeep of the property. Moreover, a victim must prove that this negligence directly resulted in or contributed to the injury that they sustained.
These types of personal injuries can occur anywhere, including stores, homes, parking lots, or office buildings. The personal injury attorneys at the Wolfson Law Firm can review your situation to help you determine if this is a premise liability case.Why Contact a Personal Injury Attorney?
If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident through no fault of your own, a personal injury attorney can help to get your life back to normal. Many accident victims have questions about lost wages, medical bills, and continuing care, especially if their injuries are extensive. The personal injury attorneys at the Wolfson Law Firm are here to help. We can advise you of your rights. Contact the Hallandale Beach personal injury accident lawyers at the Wolfson Law Firm at 305-285-1115 for a free consultation.