Personal injury attorneys often get a bad reputation. Dismissed with negative terms like ambulance chaser, personal injury attorneys are often seen as trying to get clients more money than they deserve to deal with the injuries that they faced. However, this view of personal injuries ignores the fact that personal injuries have a ripple effect that go far beyond the physical damages that an injured person suffers. Furthermore, this point of view ignores the fact that in many personal injury cases, someone is injured not because a mere accident, but because someone made a choice to be negligent and cause those damages. Car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, railroad accidents, negligent security, medical malpractice, nursing home negligence, and dangerous and defective product claims are often not rooted in carelessness, but, instead, traced to someone else putting financial concerns above your health. Miami attorney Andrew Needle understands that personal injuries not only impact people physically, but can also have devastating financial and emotional impacts that can cause stress and strain in personal relationships.
Andrew Needle graduated from Cornell in 1974 and the University of Miami in 1977, and then began practicing personal injury law in Florida. He is a charter member of the American Board of Trial Advocates, former six-year member of the Florida BarÍs Board of Governors, a former editorial consultant to Matthew Bender Law Books, and a noted author whose works appears in legal texts, was named as one of South FloridaÍs Top Lawyers in the field as Medical Malpractice, was selected as a healthcare law Heavy Hitter by the South Florida Business Journal, was recognized in 2013 by Florida Trend Magazine as one of FloridaÍs legal elite, and was selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America, 2007-2013 in the areas of Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury. To schedule a free consultation with Andrew Needle contact him at 305-290-1736 or toll free at 800-239-6682 or visit him on the web at: http://www.needleellenberg.com/.