Personal Injury

Lower Back Pain After an Accident

Published April 14, 2020 by Warren Peebles
Lower Back Pain After an Accident

Lower back pain is one of the most common injuries suffered during car accidents. These injuries can haunt accident victims for a very long time, causing them to miss work and struggle financially. Back pain can be a sign of…

What Is the Impact Rule in Florida? - Englander Peebles

Published December 3, 2019 by Gary Englander
What Is the Impact Rule in Florida (and Why Does It Matter)?

A pedestrian comes to an intersection. When the “WALK” sign flashes, the pedestrian starts to cross. However, a driver who was distracted by glancing down at a text message negligently turns directly into the pedestrian’s path. Fortunately, no impact occurs….

Can I Fire My Current Legal Help?

Published August 5, 2019 by Englander Peebles
Can I Fire My Attorney?

The short answer to this commonly asked question is, “yes.” In Florida, a client can fire his or her lawyer at will. However, before you choose to fire your lawyer – especially one who is handling your personal injury case…

Englander Peebles Starts Dog Adoption Campaign in FL

Published April 16, 2019 by Englander Peebles

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL – The law firm of Englander Peebles, Attorneys at Law, is proud to announce the start of an exciting new social media campaign that seeks to connect families with dogs from the United Dog Rescue animal shelter…

The Mediation Process in an Injury Case

Published July 3, 2018 by Englander Peebles
The Mediation Process in an Injury Case

What is Mediation? Mediation is an informal process whereby the parties to a lawsuit come together and try and resolve their case. In Florida, every lawsuit that is filed must go to mediation before the case can go to trial….

What to Expect in a Deposition

Published June 28, 2018 by Englander Peebles
What to Expect in a Deposition

A deposition is a question and answer session. The attorney representing the other party to the case will ask questions which are answered under oath. In my experience, Plaintiff depositions serve three general purposes. First, it allows the attorney to…

The Discovery Process in Injury Lawsuits

Published June 26, 2018 by Englander Peebles
The Discovery Process in a Personal Injury Lawsuit

After a personal injury lawsuit is filed in the state of Florida, both the Plaintiff and the Defendant engage in what is known as the “Discovery” process. Generally, under the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure, parties have the right to…

Questions to Ask a Injury Legal Help

Published June 22, 2018 by Englander Peebles
Questions to Ask a Personal Injury Lawyer

With over 90,000 attorneys in the state of Florida, there certainly is no shortage of lawyers to choose from. However, choosing an attorney is one of the most important decisions that you will ever make. This article provides you with…

Be Truthful to Your Lawyer

Published June 18, 2018 by Englander Peebles

Since we began focusing my practice on personal injury law firm, we have met with countless clients to assist them in obtaining justice for their serious injuries. Whenever we begin an attorney-client relationship with a new client, we always start…

Proposals for Settlements in Florida

Published June 16, 2018 by Englander Peebles

Of the hundreds of thousands of civil cases filed each year in South Florida, the majority of these cases, including personal injury claims, never reach trial and are settled during the litigation process. This is because of the costly, time…

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