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Attorney Jonathan Freidin Recovers $270k Personal Injury Settlement

By Freidin Brown, P.A. |

Congratulations to attorney Jonathan Freidin, who recently recovered a $270,000 settlement on behalf of his client. The case involved a pedestrian who was struck by a security golf cart in her condominium parking lot, resulting in an ankle fracture and dislocation. “We are happy about this result for our client, who can finally have… Read More »

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DUI Arrests Decrease Sharply Across South Florida

By Freidin Brown, P.A. |

In Miami Beach, police officers arrested 1,299 suspected drunk drivers in 2009. Last year, that number dropped to 492. This year, the number continues to plummet with just 221 arrests so far. Has the message finally sunk in that drinking and driving is a deadly combination? Hardly, the number of traffic wrecks in Florida-Dade… Read More »

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New Study Finds Dangers of Walking And Texting

By Freidin Brown, P.A. |

Texting and driving is a widely recognized danger on the road. Now, a new study has found that pedestrians who are walking while using a mobile phone are ending up in the emergency room. The study, which used data from the National Electronic Injury Surveillance System, found that the number of injuries increased from… Read More »

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South Florida Boy Still Recovering After Traumatic Bus Accident

By Freidin Brown, P.A. |

Jerry Cunningham has been in the hospital since a May 10 bus accident left him with serious brain damage. Cunningham was trying to stop a Pompano Beach bus when his hand got trapped in the door and the 14-year-old was dragged alongside the vehicle for about seven seconds. Video captured the traumatic accident, including… Read More »

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Crosswalks Do Not Prevent Pedestrian Injuries, Study Finds

By Freidin Brown, P.A. |

A new study revealed that pedestrians struck by cars are most often hit in the crosswalk, while they had the right of way. The survey of New Yorkers, done by the NYU Langone Medical Center, found that 44 percent used a crosswalk at the time of the collision, and six percent were on a… Read More »

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