Palm City Woman Had BAC Three Times the Legal Limit When She Struck and Killed Motorcyclist

A 24-year-old Palm City woman had a blood alcohol content nearly three times the legal limit when she struck and killed a motorcyclist with her car on September 7.

The woman, Amanda McClure, and two of her friends were in her Lexus ES350 after leaving a Palm Beach Gardens bar. She hit a 1984 Harley Davidson from behind while driving about 75 mph. The motorcyclist, John Henry Regan, aged 58, died at the scene of the accident.

Both passengers in the Lexus said they were looking at their phones at the time of the accident and did not see what happened. Investigators at the scene said that McClure’s eyes were red and her speech was slurred. A blood test showed that her blood alcohol level was .24%. The legal limit in the state of Florida is .08%.

McClure apparently refused to speak with investigators at the scene, and turned her back on troopers when they tried to ask questions about the crash. Records indicate that McClure was convicted of DUI in March of 2009.

Statistics have shown that the number of fatal car accidents as well as DUI accidents in West Palm Beach are consistently higher than those for the state of Florida as a whole. In 2010, 123 traffic-related deaths occurred in Palm Beach County alone. Along with two other counties, Palm Beach County is one of the top four counties in South Florida for numbers of vehicular fatalities in the state of Florida. In 2010, Florida saw an average of 645 car crashes per day.

In addition, there are nearly 31,000 motorcyclists registered in Palm Beach County. Even though the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles has been working toward stemming the number of motorcycle fatalities across the state, motorcycle accidents resulting in injuries and wrongful deaths are still occurring on a regular basis. In fact, motorcycle fatalities in Florida alarmingly rose by almost 30% from 2009 to 2010.

DUI accidents are 100% preventable. If you or someone you love has been injured due to a drunk driver, it is imperative that you speak with a personal injury attorney as soon as possible. In addition to the criminal charges the drunk driver will be facing, they can also be subject to a civil lawsuit brought by the victims of the accident or their families. In addition, it is possible for an establishment that served alcohol to be held liable if their patron then got behind the wheel of a car and caused injuries to others. For more information regarding your rights if you or someone you love is the victim of a drunk driving crash, contact the DUI injury attorneys from the law offices of Wolf and Pravato at 1-954-633-8270.

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A bipartisan bill proposed this week would allow state traffic engineers to decide where speed limits on Florida highways can be increased and by how much. According to an article in the Sun Sentinel, if the bill is passed, the Florida Department of Transportation will study the state’s highways and determine their safe minimum and maximum speed limits. The agency will then be able to raise the maximum speed limit to 75 mph along highways that are currently at 70 mph.

A report in the Tampa Bay Times shows that the speed limit is currently 70 mph on 1,472 miles of Florida interstate highway. The bulk of these miles are located in Central and North Florida on Interstate 10, I-75, Florida’s Turnpike, I-95, the Suncoast Parkway and parts of I-4. The speed limit is 65 on highways with divided medians and 60 miles per hour on other roads that Florida DOT oversees.

The intent of this bill is to speed up to commute for drivers who use Florida’s long rural roadways, rather than those commuting in more urban areas. In fact, according to the bill’s co-sponsor Sen. Jeff Clemens, D-Lake Worth, most of South Florida would likely be excluded. This is because the region’s urban population results in usually packed highways. However, the changes proposed in the bill may apply to Alligator Alley, the part of I-75 that has many long and wide-open stretches through the Everglades.

The stretches of highway that could be impacted by the bill include long stretches of interstates 10, 75 and 95 as well as parts of Florida’s Turnpike. Clemens believes that the changes proposed in the bill would simply adjust speeds to be what motorists are driving at anyway. Additionally, sixteen other states have raised speed limits above 70 mph. Utah allows speeds of 80 mph, while Texas allows 85 in certain areas.

The change in speed limits would require approval by the Legislature and Gov. Rick Scott in next spring’s 2014 session.

Accidents caused on a highway due to excessive speed can be catastrophic or even fatal. Whether adding 5 mph to the speed limit in certain areas of Florida’s highways will impact the number of accidents in unclear.

For more information regarding your rights following a South Florida car accident, contact a Fort Lauderdale car accident attorney from Wolf & Pravato at 1-954-633-8270.

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Can I Sue If I Was Injured on an Airplane?

When people think of airplane accidents, it is likely they imagine the tragic, dramatic crashes that injure or kill many people at once. However, it is possible to become injured on an airplane that hasn’t crashed, simply through the negligence of the pilot or other airplane staff. A number of airline passengers each year suffer minor, severe or sometimes fatal injuries caused by events in-flight. Passengers who are injured in-flight may have legal claims against the airline, the airline’s employees, aircraft and equipment manufacturers, or even the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

Types of In-Flight Injuries

Many in-flight injuries are caused by luggage falling from overhead bins. Rolling food carts can injure seated passengers by ramming shoulders, elbows, etc. Additionally, these carts can injure passengers who are moving about the cabin. Slip and fall accidents can also occur while passengers are moving about the cabin. Severe turbulence can cause in-flight injuries if the pilot or other staff fail to warn passengers that they need to sit down and fasten their seat belts. According to the FAA, almost 58 passengers are injured each year due to turbulence while not belted in.

Who Can Be Held Liable for In-Flight Injuries?

Airlines are considered common carriers. This means that they owe a high standard of care to their passengers. Because of this, they can be liable for damages if they fail to properly train their staff. This standard of care extends to all staff members as well. An airline employee can be liable for injuries caused by negligence. This can include the pilot, flight attendants, ground crew, maintenance staff, and others. A negligent act can include a flight attendant improperly latching an overhead bin, allowing the luggage inside to fall out.

The FAA, which is responsible for controlling air traffic, can be liable for damages if an air traffic controller causes an accident between two planes on the runway. The FAA is a federal agency and special rules and procedures will apply to that lawsuit.

It is also possible that a manufacturer of airplanes or airplane parts can be held liable for damages. If a passenger is injured in an accident caused by a defective piece of equipment or a design flaw, then the injured party may have a product liability claim.

Additionally, there could be several combined factors that lead to an in-flight injury. For help in investigating your claim, it is important to work with an experienced personal injury attorney.

For more information regarding your rights following an in-flight injury, contact the personal injury attorneys from Wolf & Pravato – 1-954-633-8270.

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Can I Sue a Hospital for Medical Malpractice?

A victim of medical malpractice can be left with heavy financial burdens from medical expenses and an inability to work. Additionally, a medical malpractice victim may be left with emotional pain and suffering and loss of enjoyment of life that may not have occurred had he or she received proper treatment in the first place.  If you received negligent care while at a hospital, you may be left wondering what parties can be held accountable and what damages you may be able to receive.

Typically, a hospital can be held accountable for the negligent actions of its staff. If someone is an employee of a hospital, the hospital is can he held liable for damages if that employee hurts a patient by acting incompetently. In other words, if the employee is not reasonably cautious when treating or dealing with a patient, the hospital is responsible for any resulting injuries to the patient.

Generally, nurses, medical technicians and paramedics are hospital employees. As long as the employee was doing something within the scope of employment when he or she injured the patient, the patient can file a lawsuit against the hospital. For example, if a nurse improperly administers medication and that results in an injury to a patient, then the hospital can be held liable for the nurse’s negligence.

Also, if a hospital employee commits malpractice while under a doctor’s supervision, the patient can sue the doctor, while the hospital may not have any liability. Whether an employee is under the supervision of the doctor when the misdeed occurs depends on whether or not a doctor was present at the time and whether or not the doctor could have prevented the action. For instance, a surgeon may be liable if a nurse incorrectly counts the surgical sponges, resulting in the surgeon leaving one of the sponges in the patient.

However, if a doctor makes a mistake and injures a patient while working in the hospital, the hospital will not be liable for the doctor’s negligence unless the doctor is an employee, which is unlikely in most cases. Whether or not a doctor is a hospital employee depends on the nature of his or her relationship with the hospital. A doctor is more likely to be employed by a hospital if the hospital makes the doctor’s schedule and controls vacation time, or the hospital determines the fees the doctor can charge. Otherwise, doctors are considered independent contractors, which means that the hospital cannot be held responsible for the doctor’s medical malpractice, even if it occurred in the hospital.

However, misdiagnoses can be a common occurrence in an emergency room. If this is the case, then a hospital may be liable for the mistakes made by emergency room staff, which can include doctors in certain circumstances. For more information regarding your rights in emergency room malpractice claims, consult an experienced medical malpractice attorney.

As with any medical malpractice claim, expert witness testimony will be required in order to show that any reasonable medical professional under similar circumstances would not have made the same mistakes. Medical malpractice claims often involve complex medical and legal issues. If you’ve been injured due to the negligence of a medical professional, you need to assistance of an experienced medical malpractice attorney.

Remember that, in Florida, there are limits on how much you can receive for non-economic damages in a medical malpractice lawsuit. In order to get the compensation you deserve, contact a Fort Lauderdale medical malpractice attorney from Wolf & Pravato – 1-954-633-8270.

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Drunk Driving Accident FAQ

Are drunk driving accidents common in Florida?

Florida DMV records show that there were 33,625 DUI convictions in Florida in 2011. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there were 716 alcohol-related driving fatalities that year, which accounted for nearly 30 percent of total driving fatalities in Florida.

How are drunk drivers punished in Florida?drunk drive

Florida Statute Section 316.193(3) states that any person who causes serious bodily injury while driving under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance can be charged with a Third Degree Felony. This is punishable in Florida with a $5,000 fine and/or up-to 5 years imprisonment.

DUI Vehicular Manslaughter in Florida is a second-degree felony punishable by up to $10,000 in fines and/or 15 years imprisonment. If the drunk driver knowingly leaves the scene of an accident and fails to give information or report the accident for law enforcement and medical assistance, then the suspect may be guilty of a first-degree felony punishable by up to $10,000 in fines and/or 30 years imprisonment.

Any offender whose driving privileges had been suspended for DUI Manslaughter or Vehicular Homicide is guilty of a 3rd-degree felony, punishable by both jail time up to 5 years and/or a fine no more than $5,000.

What should I do if I was involved in an accident with a drunk driver?

The most important thing is to get medical attention as soon as possible. Even if you do not have visible cuts or bruises, you should still be checked out by a doctor in the event of any internal injuries. You should also have a follow-up exam within a few days of the accident in case any injuries you sustained did not present themselves immediately.

If you are not seriously injured, you need to get the name of the other driver as well as his or her contact information, license plate number and the name of the driver’s insurance company and policy number. You should also try to collect the contact information of any witnesses. If you have a camera or camera phone available, take pictures of the accident scene.

Can I sue a drunk driver in civil court for damages?Drunk Driver

Yes. If you were injured in a car accident involving a drunk driver, that driver may be held liable if it can be proven that his or her intoxication caused the accident. An experienced Fort Lauderdale drunk driving accident attorney from the law offices of Wolf & Pravato can work with you to investigate the accident and prove negligence on the part of the other driver.

If the other driver is found to have caused your accident, he or she may be required to compensate you for your medical expenses, lost wages, future loss of earnings, property damage, pain and suffering, etc.

Can I sue a bar or restaurant for serving too much alcohol to a driver?

Dram shop laws govern the legal responsibility of an individual or establishment that serves alcohol to a person, who then causes an injury due to his or her intoxication. Florida dram shop law, however, is very limited. In the State of Florida, people or establishments that sell alcohol are not held liable for accidents caused by the people they served unless the individual is a minor or if the person is known to the “habitually addicted” to alcohol.

If a family member was killed by a drunk driver, can I file a wrongful death lawsuit?

A wrongful death claim can be filed by the survivors of a person killed in an accident caused by a drunk driver. A family (spouse, children, next of kin) can be compensated for medical and funeral expenses, as well as a loss of financial support, companionship, parental guidance, etc.

Contact The Law Offices of Wolf & Pravato:

The law offices of Wolf & Pravato is a personal injury law firm with offices in Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Fort Myers, West Palm Beach, Tampa, and Boynton Beach.

Call us at 1-954-633-8270 or fill out our online contact form.

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What Causes Brain Injuries and Who Can Be Held Liable?

What is a Brain Injury?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as many as 1.4 million American suffer a brain injury each year. Brain injuries occur when physical trauma to the head disrupts the normal functioning of the brain. Some common causes of brain injuries include car accidents, slip and fall accidents and assaults. A person does not have to be involved in a major accident to suffer a brain injury, and some brain injuries can be difficult to detect and are often misdiagnosed.

Common Types of Brain Injuries

A concussion is a common type of brain injury and involves the violent shaking of the brain due to a blow or jolt to the head. While concussions are common in contact sports such as football, concussions also may occur as a result of head trauma sustained in car accidents, or in a slip and fall. Concussions can result in permanent brain damage so it is imperative you receive medical attention as soon as possible.

Acquired brain injuries refer to a type of brain damage that is not caused by external physical trauma. Acquired brain injuries are caused when brain cells are deprived of oxygen, such as in a near-drowning incident or exposure to toxic chemicals.

A closed head injury, such as whiplash, is not obvious, but can cause substantial damage. With a closed head injury, there can be little to no noticeable damage to the head.

Common Symptoms of Brain Injuries

Symptoms of brain injuries can present themselves differently in adults and children. Either way, it is important to seek medical attention immediately if you believe you or someone you love has experienced a brain injury.

Symptoms in Adults

  • Persistent headache
  • Memory loss
  • Dizziness
  • Fatigue
  • Listlessness
  • Inability to concentrate
  • Nausea
  • Blurred vision
  • Changes in mood, behavior or cognitive function

Symptoms in Children

  • Listlessness
  • Tiredness
  • Loss in interest in toys or activities
  • Loss of new skills
  • Irritability
  • Vomiting
  • Unsteady walking/trouble balancing
  • Changes in eating patterns, sleep, play, school performance

Loss of consciousness is a common symptom of a brain injury, but is not an absolute indicator. Even severe brain injuries can occur without loss of consciousness. Additionally, symptoms can appear over time. This means that brain injuries are commonly misdiagnosed. It is important to persistently seek medical attention if you have experienced a blow to the head.

Who Can Be Held Liable for a Brain Injury?

There are myriad causes for a brain injury, including but not limited to:

  • Car accidents
  • Train accidents
  • Airline accidents
  • Bus accidents
  • Taxi accidents
  • Slip and fall
  • Defective products (particularly ones that are ingested or contain hazardous chemicals)
  • Medical malpractice

A business or property owner, common carrier, medical health professional, manufacturer or any party associated with an accident that resulted in a brain injury may be held liable for damages if negligence can be proven. Compensation may be available to you for your medical expenses, lost wages, etc. If you or someone you love has suffered a brain injury in Boynton Beach, contact the personal injury attorneys at Wolf & Pravato. Call us at 1-954-633-8270 or fill out our online contact form.

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How Much is my Personal Injury Case Worth?

Personal injury claims, or wrongful death claims, arise when an injury, or worse, is caused by the fault of another. When a person is injured due to someone else’s negligence, the injured party may have the legal right to seek compensation from the responsible party. Some of the most common types of personal injury claims involve car accidents, slip and falls, animal attacks, product liability and medical malpractice.

The amount of money awarded for personal injury claims varies from case to case. There are many important factors to keep in mind in order to maximize your compensation. You are going to need to prove that the person or company that caused your injuries, or the death of a loved one, was careless, reckless or negligent and that the negligence directly caused the injuries. If you are involved in an auto accident or slip and fall, take photos and write down witness names; collect whatever evidence you can that links the accident to your injuries.

It is important to collect and document all facts pertaining to your injury. You should to see a doctor as soon as possible after you have been injured. Your medical records and receipts from medical bills can all be used to prove the extent of your injuries and how much they have cost you. A doctor will also be able to give proof of any future effects your injuries will have. For medical malpractice claims and wrongful death cases, we will take all steps to immediately secure all necessary medical records to help prove your case.

You can be awarded damages if it is determined that your injuries will impact your ability to work or if they will affect the future enjoyment of your life. In 2007, a Florida man was involved in a car accident with a driver who was using his cell phone at the time of the crash. The man suffered injuries and was no longer able to work and required daily assistance. The court awarded him and his wife $14 million in damages.

While the paperwork provided from your doctor can help to determine what compensatory damages you may receive in order to cover your medical expenses, future needs and lost wages, it is harder to quantify what you should receive for your pain and suffering. This can include emotional distress, loss of enjoyment of life, loss of your ability to care for your children or any impacts on your relationship with your spouse.

In 2006, a Florida roofer was injured in a construction site accident and was awarded $16.4 million in damages and another $156,000 was awarded to his minor daughter due to her loss of parental support. Our legal team employs the top economists and life care planners as expert witnesses to help us maximize your claims and to get you the total amount of money that you deserve.

Another important factor in determining what you can receive for your personal injury claim is time. There is a statute of limitations on personal injury claims; after the time limit runs, you can no longer bring a claim. In the state of Florida, the statute of limitations are as follows:

  • Personal Injury – 4 years after the date of the accident
  • Car Accident – 4 years after the date of the accident (5 Years for Uninsured Motorist claims)
  • Medical Malpractice – 2 years
  • Wrongful Death – 2 years

The statute of limitations varies from case to case, so it is important to speak with an experienced professional as soon as possible.

Additionally, nominal and punitive damages can be awarded to victims in personal injury claims. Nominal damages reflect the fact that you have been legally wronged. Punitive damages are meant to punish the negligent party and to serve as a warning to anyone else who intends to act similarly.

For example, in June 2013, a couple was awarded $27 million in an asbestos mesothelioma lawsuit brought against a negligent company; $12 million for pain and suffering, $4 million for loss of consortium, $342,500 for economic damages and $11 million in punitive damages.

For more information, please contact us today – 1-954-633-8270.

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Airline Accidents are Making Headlines

Airplane accidents have been making headlines recently. On Saturday, July 6, Asiana Airlines Flight 214 crash landed at San Francisco International Airport. Just two weeks later, on July 22, a Southwest Airlines plane hit the runway, nose first before breaking its front landing gear at New York’s LaGuardia airport. Finally, on July 29, American Airlines Flight 810 blew two tires on the left main landing gear shortly after landing at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport.

Asiana Airlines is one of two major airlines in South Korea. Flight 214 was seconds away from landing when, without any warning from the cockpit, it slammed into the edge of the runway. The plane’s tail was severed and the rest was sent spinning onto the runway on its belly. Part of the roof collapsed and the plane caught fire.

Two people, a pair of sixteen-year-old friends traveling from China to the U.S. to go to summer camp, died as a result of the accident. 182 passengers were transported to nearby hospitals and treated for injuries ranging from spinal fractured to bruises. 123 passengers escaped unharmed. It could take up to two years to determine the cause of the accident.

The Southwest Airlines flight landing at LaGuardia, a Boeing 737-700, was designed to touch down using the main landing gear located under the wings with the nose pointing upward. Although the nose was pointed upward before the landing, the nose was pointed at an angle of 3 degrees downward upon landing. It is unknown what caused it to tip downward. After the plane landed on it’s nose, it skidded on the runway for about 19 seconds before stopping. Nine people were injured in the incident. Southwest Airlines and the National Transportation Safety Board are still investigating the cause of the accident.

The final airplane accident making headlines recently was American Airlines Flight 810 from Reno to O’Hare. After the plane landed, two tires blew on the left main landing gear, causing passengers to exit the plane via stair car. The tires were changed and the plane was placed in a hangar. No injuries were reported.

In the case of airplane accidents, it is important to understand that the litigation surrounding airplane crashes is often complex and unique. There is a difference between crashes involving airlines or other common carriers and crashes involving private aircrafts. Additionally, if your accident was with a common carrier, you need to know that your right to recover damages depends on whether your flight was international or domestic. It is also essential that measures be taken to promptly preserve evidence, investigate the accident and enable physicians or other expert witnesses to evaluate any injuries. The plane crash lawyers at Wolf & Pravato can explain the specifics of your aviation accident’s circumstances and help you to prove negligence if you case does not involve strict liability.

If you or a loved one is a victim of an airplane accident, please contact a personal injury lawyer in Fort Lauderdale or West Palm Beach at the Law Offices of Wolf & Pravato at 954-633-8270.

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53,000 gas grill propane tanks exploded Monday, July 26 at the Blue Rhino gas plant in Tavares, Florida. Blue Rhino is a propane plant that refurbishes and fills 20-pound propane canisters frequently used for gas barbecue grills. It reconditions about 2.5 million cylinders a year. Around twenty-four employees were working on the assembly line when the explosions occurred. The explosions happened away from most of the workers.

Eight workers were injured, four critically, and with severe burns. Some of the tanks flew off Blue Rhino’s property, one damaging a nearby home where it blasted through the roof and melted into the carpet. No one was hurt.

Residents within a one-mile radius of the plant were ordered to evacuate their homes, although many residents chose to remain. Many residents are now questioning whether or not they want Blue Rhino to rebuild in the same location.

Investigators initially said it looked like equipment failure or human error could have caused the explosion, but the investigation is still ongoing. The Florida State Fire Marshal’s Office and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives have also conducted an investigation and found nothing to suggest criminal activity or sabotage. Additionally, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration said it is still continuing its own investigation. OSHA has up to six months from the beginning of its investigation to issue its findings and determine whether any OSHA standards were violated.

The plant had been inspected in early July by the Department of Agriculture and no violations were found. However, the plant did receive a violation from OSHA in 2011 due to an air nozzle that had a missing component.

There will be discussions and inspections before the plant reopens. The city wants the plant to install an automated flooding system to protect three 30,000-gallon propane tanks outside of the facility. Currently, the last person out of the facility in the event of an emergency is required to manually turn on the flooding system, which did not happen. However, the fire caused by the explosion did not harm the larger tanks.

The explosion at the Blue Rhino gas plant is just one example of the kind of accident that can lead to catastrophic personal injury. When tragedy in Florida strikes, its cause is often indiscriminate, but often negligence can be involved.

Wolf & Pravato catastrophic personal injury lawyers have seen myriad forms of negligence, including defective products, premises liability and construction or work-related accidents. No matter the cause, when you or a loved one has sustained serious harm, help from a team of experienced South Florida catastrophic personal injury lawyers is necessary. Our lawyers approach each of its catastrophically injured clients with the understanding of their unique needs and works to assemble the necessary information to get you the help you or your loved one needs.

Our catastrophic personal injury lawyers at Wolf & Pravato understand what’s at stake, and we can help. Contact us for a free, no-obligation and confidential consultation. Justice is not automatic, and we are prepared to fight for you.

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Strict Enforcement for ‘Move-Over Law’

The law requires that all drivers must move at least one lane away from any emergency vehicle that is parked on the roadside while its emergency lights are on. The law states: On a two-lane roadway, you are required to slow to a speed that is 20 miles per hour less than the posted speed limit.

If the speed limit is 20 miles per hour or less, you must slow down to five miles per hour; if you are driving on an interstate or roadway with multiple lanes of travel in the same direction, and you approach an emergency or law enforcement vehicle parked along the roadway, you must vacate the lane closest to that vehicleas soon as it is safe to do so.

If you are not able to safely move over, you must slow down to a speed of 20 MPH below the posted speed limit unless directed otherwise by a law enforcement officer.

If you violate the Move Over Law, you are putting the law enforcement officer and yourself at danger. Failure to obey this law can result in substantial fine and points on your license. Since the year 2000, over 170 law enforcement officers that were stopped on the side of the roadway have been killed by passing vehicles.

As a Ft. Lauderdale wrongful death attorney and a Ft. Lauderdale personal injury attorney, I have represented many police officers that were seriously injured due to the negligence and the fault of drivers ignoring the Mover Over Law. Please, take a moment to re-read the application of the law and make sure, the next time you see the emergency lights flashing from a patrol car on the side of the highway, you take the appropriate and lawful action to avoid a serious accident.

If you have been involved in a Fort Lauderdale area car accident, contact us immediately.

We will answer all of your questions, explain your rights and help you to achieve justice. Wolf and Pravato are based in Fort Lauderdale, but are here to help victims and their families from Miami to Ft. Myers.

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