Injury in Pembroke Pines

Pembroke Pines, Florida is a city of 150,000 in Broward County and is the 11th largest city in Florida. The city is proud of its designation as one of the best places in America to live, an honor bestowed by the National Civic League in 2004. A relatively new city, Pembroke Pines was not incorporated until 1960.

Pembroke Pines Traffic Crashes

Total: 1,734

Population: 151,193

Crash rate per 1,000: 11.47

State Rank: 13th most dangerous

Source: 2009 statistics from the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.

The Pembroke Pines car accident lawyers at Freeman Injury Law are dedicated to representing victims of traffic accidents throughout the Pembroke area, including Hollywood, Southeast Ranches, Cooper City and Miramar. The rapid growth in the two decades since Hurricane Andrew has frequently put Pembroke Pines on the list of America’s fastest growing cities. While the growth is a well-deserved point of civic pride, it has also brought a number of challenges, including traffic congestion and overcrowded schools. In 2001, the intersection of Pines Boulevard and Flamingo Road, was named the deadliest intersection in America by State Farm Insurance.

The Pembroke Pines injury attorneys at Freeman Injury Law represent motorists and families dealing with all types of serious and fatal traffic accidents, including car accidents, motorcycle accidents, trucking accidents, bus accidents, pedestrian accidents, bicycle accidents, uninsured motorist accidents, drunk driving accidents and hit-and-run accidents. In each case, our attorneys will meet with you, assemble a team to thoroughly review the facts and circumstances of the accident, and build a case capable of winning you the compensation you deserve to deal with lost wages, pain and suffering, medical bills, rehabilitation or a disability or wrongful death claim.

The rapid growth of the Pembroke Pines area has given rise to issues involving defective roads and municipal or premise liability. When a state, county or local government fails to maintain roads in a safe condition, or fails to construct or expand roads and other infrastructure to keep up with approved growth and development, the resulting conditions can leave motorists at greater risk for being involved in a serious or fatal accident. Examples of municipal liability may include inoperable or missing street signs or signals, poorly maintained roads, missing sidewalks, guardrails or crosswalks, and roads that have either been poorly designed or are operating at well over capacity.

Such liability claims may also extend to builders of housing developments, where road construction and maintenance are the responsibility of the builder. Lack of sidewalks, poor road maintenance, overgrown vegetation and other issues may lead to a serious or fatal accident.

Other cases handled by the Pembroke Pines personal injury lawyers and wrongful death attorneys at Freeman Injury Law include:

If you or a loved one has been seriously injured or killed in an accident in the Pembroke Pines area, or as a result of negligence on the part of someone else, contact Freeman Injury Law for a free and confidential appointment to discuss your rights.

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