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2019 NW Track & Field Classic

A weekend of so much talent as kids from all over Florida and the Caribbean competed at the 44th Annual NW Track & Field Classic in Miramar. Rubenstein Law is a proud sponsor of this event that welcomes past and future Olympians! View videos from the event on Read More

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44th annual nw classic sponsored by rubenstein law florida

New Texting and Driving Ban Effective in Florida

Florida implemented a new texting and driving ban to change the culture of driving in Florida and decrease the number of vehicle accidents on our roads. These rules became effective July 1st. Read More

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Selfie text and driving florida law car accident attorney

Want to apply for a job at Rubenstein Law? Come to our Career Fair!

Rubenstein Law is hiring! Voted as a Top Workplace by our staff, we will host a Career Fair on June 1st. Applicants will have the chance to explore employment opportunities, ask questions, and learn how Rubenstein Law earned its place as the #1 mid-sized firm in Florida in the Sun-Sentinel's Best of List. Read More

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Personal injury law firm career fair 2019 - rubenstein law copy

17+ Things We Love About Florida

Sure, FL gets a lot of flak for its crazy drivers, but there's a lot to love about the Sunshine State. Read More

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Miami personal injury lawyer - rubenstein law (4)


North Port, FL - Several Injured in Crash on I-75

Multiple people were reportedly hurt in a crash that took place on northbound I-75 on Wednesday, November 28th. The crash happened around 6:00 pm in the northbound lanes of the highway. The North Port Police along with Florida Highway Patrol responded to the crash scene. Multiple trauma alerts were reported from the accident and the northbound lanes of I-75 were closed while police investigated and cleared away the wreckage. Drivers were told to find alternate routes. Read More

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FLORIDA SUPREME COURT EXPLAINS MEDICAL MALPRACTICE VERSUS ORDINARY NEGLIGENCE

The Florida Supreme Court, in The Deaf Academy v. Townes, opined in April 2018, that plaintiffs should not be subjected to the complex pre-suit procedures for medical malpractice claims when it appears to be a matter of ordinary negligence. Recognizing the present procedures under Florida law are expensive and onerous, but still necessary to encourage early settlements and weed out frivolous medical malpractice claims, Justice Pariente, writing for the Court, explains any “doubt” as to whether a claim is for ordinary negligence or medical malpractice should be “generally resolved in favor of the claimant.” Read More

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The Patient’s Right to Know About Adverse Medical Incidents in Florida – It is Still Their Right!

First with Charles and now Edwards, the Florida Supreme Court has effectively eviscerated any possible means of protecting any physician peer review from public disclosure, even if the peer review is created at the express direction of an attorney solely for purposes of anticipated litigation. In Edwards, the Court has, in essence, revoked any work product or attorney-client privilege protection such reports might have had. Read More

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Lady justice and books

Robert Challenges Florida Bar

Florida Bar restrictions on lawyer ads which cite past results is struck down by federal court. Read More

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Meet the team @rubensteinlaw

The staff was so professional, courteous, patient and very informative. D. Garcia, client (10/2014)
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