Accident cases are always nuanced, but tend to follow certain patterns. However, a recent $400,000 settlement in Steve vs. Leonel by Weinstein & Cohen Founding Partner Judson Cohen highlighted one particular part of the law that not everyone might be aware of.
Late last month, the way vehicles are investigated by police after an accident significantly changed following a groundbreaking privacy rights opinion handed down by a panel of judges for the Fourth District Court of Appeals.
5.2 million dollar jury verdict in Naples, Florida. 92 year old mother of two killed by drunk driver who was speeding and ran a stop sign. Estate of Theresa Lesniak.
$3.5 million settlement – Wrongful death of a 22-year-old female college student from Orlando, Florida, which was the result of a highway automobile accident in Delaware. Mark Weinstein‘s client was her grieving husband and high school sweetheart. The couple had been married for only two weeks before her untimely and unnecessary death that occurred when she swerved and lost control of her vehicle while avoiding debris that had flown from the bed of a pickup truck in front of her. Mr. Weinstein, who is admitted to practice law in Florida and New York, was admitted to practice law in the Delaware for this case.
$970,000 jury verdict – Estate and survivors brought claim for fatal car crash. Jury trial in Broward County.
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