Category Archives: Pedestrian Accidents

How Long Does It Take to Settle a Pedestrian Accident in Florida?

How Long Does It Take to Settle a Pedestrian Accident in Florida

If you’ve been involved in a pedestrian accident in Florida, you’re likely wondering how long it will take to receive a settlement. The duration can vary based on several factors, including the strength of your case, whether it settles out of court or proceeds to trial, and the extent of your injuries. Let’s delve into […]

Pedestrian Accident Claim Going to Trial

Pedestrian Accident Claim Going to Trial

Do you have questions about your pedestrian accident claim going to trial? Watch this video, then call our Southwest Florida lawyers today. Question: Will my pedestrian accident claim go to trial? Answer: Your pedestrian accident injury claim may or may not need to go to trial. It certainly depends upon the factors involved in a […]

4 Pedestrian Accident Tips That May Help Your Case

4 Pedestrian Accident Tips That May Help Your Case

Did you get severely injured while walking? Read our 4 pedestrian accident tips that may help your case, then contact our Florida attorneys. 1) Attorney Fees The initial cost to hire a pedestrian accident injury attorney at Goldstein Buckley Cechman, Rice & Purtz is absolutely $0 to you. We work on what is called a […]

Start Your Pedestrian Accident Claim Before It’s Too Late

Start Your Pedestrian Accident Claim Before It's Too Late

Did you get hit while walking and now suffering injuries? You must act quickly and start your pedestrian accident claim before it’s too late! Call us today. Differences Between Pedestrian Accident and Car Accident Cases Pedestrian accident injury claims differ in multiple ways, shapes, and forms than automobile accident claims. A lot of times, it […]

Personal Injuries on New Year’s Eve

Several hands hold a "2021" sign against a starry sky

Can’t wait to celebrate the end of 2020? Be careful! Unfortunately, personal injuries on New Year’s Eve and Day are not uncommon. Causes of personal injuries on New Year’s Eve can include: Car accidents Drunk driving Slip-and-fall accidents Premises liability accidents Fireworks accidents Pedestrian accidents Dog bite accidents  While officials are not quite sure what to expect for New […]

Observing Dry January Has Many Benefits 

Close-up of a glass of whiskey and a pair of car keys on a wooden table

Dry January Observing Dry January by abstaining or reducing alcohol consumption is a growing trend, and this year, Dry January may be needed more than ever. According to Nielsen’s market data, total alcohol sales outside of bars and restaurants have surged roughly 24% during the pandemic. Spirits with higher alcohol content rose more than 27% over last year.  These alcohol trends in […]

Eyes on the Road! National Teen Driver Safety Week 2020

Profile view of two teenage boys in the front and passenger seat of a car

National Teen Driver Safety Week, which is Oct. 18-24, is designed to raise awareness of teen driving risks among parents and teenagers. The pandemic paused graduations and proms, but one rite of passage has not been put on hold for most teenagers. Teens are still able to get their driver’s license starting at age 16.  Getting behind the wheel can be one of the most exciting and dangerous […]

Proud to Support Rev It Up Bike Night

Proud to Support Rev It Up Bike Night

The team of Goldstein, Buckley, Cechman, Rice & Purtz was proud to support Rev it Up Bike Night at the Shell Factory on Jan. 16. Food specials and Happy Hour benefited Shell Factory’s nature park foundation, and our team was on hand to answer questions about motorcycle law and safety. As experienced trial lawyers, Goldstein, […]

You Can Still Support Walk Like MADD

Our legal firm encourages you to support walk like MADD every year.

Support Walk Like MADD, or Mothers Against Drunk Driving, on Sept. 28. The event included 162 runners, 191 walkers, 18 dogs, 65 volunteers and two goats who took 3.514 million steps. But it’s not over. Donations to support Walk Like MADD will remain open until Nov. 28 to reach the goal of $60,000. You can […]

Avoid Parking Lot Hazards By Reading the Signs

Just like this scratched bumper, parking lot hazards can result in accidents.

Maybe your parents took you to an empty parking lot to learn about parking lot hazards – and to teach you how to drive as a teenager. That may be one of the safest parking lot experiences you will have. With slow moving vehicles, one would think parking lot hazards are safer than roads. But […]