Our clients were on their way to a Miami charity event when a commercial truck sideswiped them while attempting to change lanes. Both the driver and passenger sustained serious injuries requiring multiple surgeries. Attorney Read More
Rubenstein Law partner Rebecca Whitt represented the firm at the 2019 Masters of Justice event by the Florida Justice Association. Ms. Whitt served as co-chair of the Auto Negligence Seminar. The seminar covered a broad range of auto negligence topics, such as basics when taking... Read More
After a motorcyclist was cut off by a truck, he sustained various injuries that would keep him from working and partaking of his favorite pastime: riding his bike. His attorney at Rubenstein Law ensured that he received compensation for past and future damages.
Ice cream can be fun—but not when it causes serious injuries.
When a Presidente supermarket in Hialeah failed to clean up melted ice cream from their floor, it caused our client to fall and sustain multiple injuries. But the defense didn't want to admit that our... Read More
New research shows that our children are one of the most vulnerable populations when it comes to traumatic brain injuries (TBI) and the impact of a childhood traumatic brain injury can last a lifetime. According to the Centers for Disease Control, nearly half a million children from birth to the age of 14 are treated in emergency departments for TBI related Injuries each year and are most commonly sustained by children between the age of 0 and 4.
New specializations in CRT for brain injury survivors has led to diverse, multidiscipline in nature, and easy to administer techniques to aid the brain in essentially re-wiring damaged neurons.
Two-year-old boy. Carnell Williams-Thomas passed away that night after being struck by a stray bullet while playing with his new scooter in front of his home. This was the third time a family member or close family friend had been shot or shot at in almost the exact same spot during the past 19 months.
We all remember our parents nagging us to avoid walking alone at night in dark areas. We may have rolled our eyes and sighed at their constant worry, but our parents were right. Plenty of criminals dwell in the dark corners of poorly lit parking lots and staircases waiting to attack the next unwitting victim.