Serving Fort Lauderdale Injury Victims
Fondly known as the “Venice of America,” Fort Lauderdale serves as the heart of Broward County’s 31 municipalities and is one of the ten largest cities in Florida. As a once flourishing tourist destination, Fort Lauderdale’s proximity to the state’s waterways and international shipping lanes has poised the city to become a world-class international business destination. Encompassing approximately 36 square miles and a population of 175,000+, the city boasts a diverse commercial industry, from avionics/aerospace and high technology, to manufacturing, finance, and film and television production.
Fort Lauderdale’s year-round semi-tropical climate offers residents and visitors a relaxing and enjoyable getaway – not to mention the 3,000 hours of sunshine the city’s beaches receive each year. The city’s quality of life is unrivaled by its neighbors, as the coastal town boasts an array of cultural, entertainment, and education opportunities.
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Our top Fort Lauderdale injury attorneys have fought for the rights of injured victims involved in the following:
- Personal Injuries
- Car Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Slip And Fall Injuries
- Nursing Home Abuse
- Wrongful Death
Things to Do in Fort Lauderdale
First and foremost, enjoy the bountiful sunshine. While Fort Lauderdale may be world-famous for its beaches, the beautiful and historic riverfront offers access to premier shopping destinations, high-end restaurants, as well as gondola rides down the city’s canals.
However, living in paradise does not mean indulgence goes unchecked. Residents and visitors can embark on outdoor hikes through Florida’s Everglades, take a spa day, swim in the Atlantic, or peruse Fort Lauderdale’s signature walkways. Have a taste for luxury? Take a 90-minute amphibious tour of Las Olas Boulevard, the pinnacle of fashion, fine dining, and entertainment in the city. Residents and visitors can also relax from the hustle and bustle and take a trip to the arts, science, cultural, and historic district, which houses the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, Museum of Discovery and Science, Museum of Art, and Old Fort Lauderdale Village and Museum.
Fort Lauderdale – The Gateway to South Florida
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) ranks 13th in total passenger traffic with domestic origins and destinations, servicing 80,000 passengers through its four terminals for 640 commercial flights across 26 airlines each day. Not only that, Fort Lauderdale serves as the second-busiest cruise port in the world, servicing over three million passengers each year.
Needless to say, many passengers choose Fort Lauderdale as their gateway to adventure.
Staying Safe in Fort Lauderdale
Whether visiting a fast food restaurant or walking down Fort Lauderdale’s scenic boulevards, residents and visitors are advised to exercise caution: slip/trip and falls, as well as car accidents, boating accidents, and premise liability cases are all too prevalent in Florida. Moreover, as a world-class business center, Fort Lauderdale is not immune to work-related injuries.
These debilitating and sometimes fatal accidents can cause sciatica, back pain, concussion, knee pain, shoulder pain, joint pain, and traumatic brain injury, all of which can lead to extensive medical treatment and rehabilitation, as well as long periods of disability or even a permanent inability to engage in gainful employment. The seasoned personal injury attorneys at the Shiner Law Group are standing by in the event that you or a loved one are injured as a result of the carelessness or negligence of another.
Speak with a Shiner Law Group Personal Injury Attorney
Have you or someone you love been injured because of the negligent, reckless, or intentional conduct of another? Call us at (954) 999-9900 or contact us online for a free case review. The Shiner Law Group represents personal injury and wrongful death victims in Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Boynton Beach, Lake Worth, West Palm Beach, and the surrounding cities.