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Born from a working class family, Jesse Soffer is a force to be reckoned with in any courtroom in south Florida. A Washington D.C. native, graduated Cum Laude from the University of Miami School of Law. While attending law school, Mr. Soffer became an active member of the Miami-Dade community through his participation in the University of Miami School of Law Center for Ethics Street Law clinical workshop.
When you work with The Soffer Firm, you are family. While we represent you in getting the compensation you deserve from your injury, insurance company, or big corporation, we treat you like our own. From help with medical appointments to helping you get your car fixed, we're here for you 24/7.
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Did you know that there were 6,664 bicycle accidents in Florida in 2018? While riding your bicycle is a lot of fun, it can also be dangerous around careless drivers. As a cyclist, you have a right to the road. Whether your accident was caused by a family car or an Uber driver, no matter the severity of your injuries, you have the same right as any driver: to go on the road without fear. The first step in any personal injury case is determining the cause of the accident. Here's a look at some common causes of Florida bicycle accidents—and what you can do next.
In 2019, there are 6,664 bicycle accidents and 154 bicycle fatalities in Florida. For every individual in an accident, those costs add up. In fact, the costs related to non-fatal bicycle accidents in the U.S. have gone up by $789 million annually. In other words? The cyclist is the one who bears the brunt of medical costs in bike accidents, even though the driver is often the one at fault.
When personal injury or accidental death is involved, any company will do what it can to save its reputation and coffers. Take Uber, for example, when they tried to silence Jason West because of a fatal hit-and-run in San Francisco.