Who is Pinkiert Law?
Robert S. Pinkiert, PA has earned the reputation of being a results-driven master litigator since starting his practice, The Law Offices of Robert S. Pinkiert, PA, in 2000. Our name has since evolved into Pinkiert Law, but we are still the same top South Florida law firm who prides ourselves in honesty, collaboration with clients, and aggressive representation. We represent clients in a wide range of personal injury cases in Hollywood, Wilton Manors, Aventura, North Miami Beach, Plantation, Davie, Ft. Lauderdale, Pompano Beach, Miami, and surrounding areas. Robert S. Pinkiert, PA has been practicing personal injury law since 1991.
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We’ll Meet With You ANYWHERE!
We take a different approach than most personal injury law firms do. We are mobile and will go the extra mile to satisfy and exceed expectations. We’ll step outside the confines of the office to meet our clients at their home, a coffee shop, or hospital.
3 Things Pinkiert Law must prove in a personal injury case:
The opposing party is at fault.
Through the testimony of doctors, the extent and permanence of injuries sustained.
That the opposing party’s negligence caused the injury in dispute.
Areas of Practice
Common qualifying injuries include broken bones, scarring, burns, herniated discs, traumatic brain injuries, head injuries, torn meniscus, torn ACL, neck injuries, back injuries, spinal injuries, soft tissue injuries, and torn knee injuries that require surgery.
An umbrella term that encompasses several types of personal injury cases including slip and fall, trip and fall, dog bites, defective doors, broken staircases, and items falling off shelves. Premises liability involves any accident that occurs on a person’s or business’ property.
Auto accidents, motorcycle accidents, bicycle accidents, slip and fall, trip and fall, can commonly cause traumatic brain injuries. Pinkiert has a team of experts who can appropriately test, diagnose, and treat patients who are suffering from a brain injury. Symptoms to watch for include headaches, nausea, unusual behavior, sensitivity to light (photophobia), flashes of light (photopsia), seeing spots, floaters, and minor memory loss such as forgetting where your keys are.
In order to qualify as a medical malpractice case, you must prove that the offending health care provider such as a nursing home, doctor, or dentist, owed you a duty of care, breached that duty, and you suffered substantial and permanent damage.
Victims often suffer broken bones as a result of auto, motorcycle, truck, and bicycle accidents, as well as slip and fall and trip and fall cases.
Victims often suffer herniated discs as a result of auto, motorcycle, truck, and bicycle accidents, as well as slip and fall and trip and fall cases.
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