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STRAIGHTFORWARD, UNDERSTANDING LEGAL PROFESSIONALS

The highly skilled team of Miami personal injury lawyers at the Law Offices of Needle & Ellenberg, P.A. have been dedicated to helping injured people and their families throughout Florida to recover monetary compensation from those that caused their injuries for a combined 50+ years. We feel honored to be able to serve the community that we do by giving effective legal services to those in need.

Improving Peoples’ Lives

We are committed to improving the lives of our clients. While our compassion drives us to protect the rights of people who have been injured by the negligence or malice of others, we will fight fiercely against those who have wronged innocent people. We leave no stones unturned in our pursuit of justice to make sure that the injured get fair compensation for their injuries and damages. We are proud of the verdicts and settlements we have obtained that have brought financial resources that innocent people and their families dearly need. 

When someone is injured or becomes ill because of someone else’s negligence, malice or reckless behavior, the victim of this should not suffer financially on top of this. They should not have to be responsible for costs that are the result of their injury or illness nor should they suffer because of things such as loss of income. These and many more are reasons why the resourceful team at Needle & Ellenberg fights wholeheartedly on behalf of their clients.

If you are looking for personal injury lawyers who are licensed to protect people in Miami and throughout the state of FL and who are experienced with successfully defending the rights of people who have unfortunately been injured here, contact the compassionate team at Needle & Ellenberg, P.A.today. The sooner you contact us, the sooner you may be on your way to being able to focus on your physical and/or psychological recovery and healing, while we focus on your financial recovery and securing the compensation that you need to ensure that you do not suffer financially in the near or long-term future.

Needle & Ellenberg, P.A.

When someone is taking care of a loved that has been injured or becomes ill through no fault of their own and because of something that someone else did, or in many cases, did not do, it can be both physically and emotionally exhausting. If you are in this situation, you should not have to suffer financially on top of all of the difficulties and complications that your loved one’s injury has brought into your life. Not only should the person or entity responsible for your loved one’s injury be responsible for their medical bills, they should be responsible for making sure that other financial expenses that arise from the injury are taken care of both for the short and long term.

Losing a loved one is never easy but losing a family member because of someone else’s negligence can be positively life shattering. If this has happened to you, the Needle & Ellenberg, P.A., is here to help. While money cannot bring back your loved one, we know that having to worry about it during this difficult time and about your financial future is something that we will work tirelessly to get for your and your family so that you gain focus on trying to put your life back together.

How Do I Know That I Have a Personal Injury Case?

Victims of personal injury accidents may not be sure if what happened to them warrants contacting a lawyer. But the truth of the matter is, you just don’t know until you have had a lawyer review your situation and offer counsel on how to proceed. The more information you have to present to your lawyer, the better. Typically, during a consultation, they will look to see if the following elements apply:

  • Someone was negligent, reckless, or otherwise at-fault
  • This person or party directly caused you injury
  • Because of their action (or harmful inaction) you suffered quantifiable loss

What Will Be Most Important to Prove?

Proving that someone else was responsible for the accident, and thus your injuries, will be the foundation of your personal injury case. You will have to successfully show through reliable evidence that this other party did something to cause your injury. An example of this would be a car accident where the other driver ran a red light which caused the collision and your subsequent injuries. If you are unable to show that another was responsible, then you won’t have strong grounds for a personal injury case.

Who would be At-Fault For What Happened?

Those who may be at-fault for what happened will vary based on the kind of accident and influencing factors. For instance, if a truck accident unfolded and the truck driver seemed to be at-fault, that doesn’t mean that other parties didn’t contribute to the accident too. The truck may have been poorly loaded, a defective tire may have popped, or the trucker was driving endless hours because their employer pressured them to do so. Your lawyer from The Law Offices of Needle & Ellenberg, P.A. can evaluate the accident and inform you of all the parties who may have shared fault. 

What Are Examples of Evidence That Will Be Useful?

Essentially, you will need evidence that supports your side of the story and the severity of your injuries. With that being said, examples of useful evidence can be medical documentation related to injuries, copy of the police report, witness statements, photos and video of the vehicle damage, the other party’s name and contact details, and anything else that feels relevant to what happened. Without evidence, a personal injury case is not likely to yield the results that the victim is hoping for. 

When Should I Get My Questions Answered?

As the victim of a personal injury accident, you may be understandably concerned and have questions about what to do next. Keep in mind that advice from family, friends, or coworkers may have good intentions, but the information may not be accurate. Personal injury accidents are all unique and have different influencing factors. So the best way to get your questions answered is by meeting with a lawyer for further guidance. Your lawyer can not only address your concerns, but handle other tasks such as:

  • Speaking with insurance representatives
  • Negotiating for a fair compensation settlement 
  • Investigate the accident to uncover previously unknown evidence
  • Complete and file personal injury legal paperwork 
  • Talk with witnesses and gather statements for the case
  • And many more legal tasks as needed

Call Needle & Ellenberg, P.A., for the personal injury and wrongful death lawyers that Miami, FL relies on today for help!

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"I’ve known Mr. Needle for over 20 years and from day one his clients and their families have always come first. He understands how difficult the journey is when a loved one becomes ill or suffers a tragic injury. Not only is he an exceptional attorney but an exceptional person as well."
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Miami Personal Injury Lawyers Serving South Florida

The Miami personal injury lawyers of Needle & Ellenberg, P.A., strive to provide the best professional services for our clients’ needs and interests. We are highly selective about the cases we will accept so we can ensure the best outcome for the circumstances of your case.

When the Florida law firm of Needle & Ellenberg, P.A., agrees to accept your case, we will take every reasonable step to pursue your rights, improve your circumstances and provide the best financial outcome for your case. Give us a call today to discuss your specific situation.

Meet The Team

With more than 50 years of combined legal experience in personal injury and wrongful death case

Andrew Needle
Attorney

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Andrew Ellenberg
Attorney

ANDREW ELLENBERG

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FAQ

Victims of personal injury accidents may not be sure if what happened to them warrants contacting a lawyer. But the truth of the matter is, you just don’t know until you have had a lawyer review your situation and offer counsel on how to proceed. The more information you have to present to your lawyer, the better. Typically, during a consultation, they will look to see if the following elements apply:

  • Someone was negligent, reckless, or otherwise at-fault
  • This person or party directly caused you injury
  • Because of their action (or harmful inaction) you suffered quantifiable loss

Proving that someone else was responsible for the accident, and thus your injuries, will be the foundation of your personal injury case. You will have to successfully show through reliable evidence that this other party did something to cause your injury. An example of this would be a car accident where the other driver ran a red light which caused the collision and your subsequent injuries. If you are unable to show that another was responsible, then you won’t have strong grounds for a personal injury case.

Those who may be at-fault for what happened will vary based on the kind of accident and influencing factors. For instance, if a truck accident unfolded and the truck driver seemed to be at-fault, that doesn’t mean that other parties didn’t contribute to the accident too. The truck may have been poorly loaded, a defective tire may have popped, or the trucker was driving endless hours because their employer pressured them to do so. Your lawyer from The Law Offices of Needle & Ellenberg, P.A. can evaluate the accident and inform you of all the parties who may have shared fault.

Essentially, you will need evidence that supports your side of the story and the severity of your injuries. With that being said, examples of useful evidence can be medical documentation related to injuries, copy of the police report, witness statements, photos and video of the vehicle damage, the other party’s name and contact details, and anything else that feels relevant to what happened. Without evidence, a personal injury case is not likely to yield the results that the victim is hoping for.

As the victim of a personal injury accident, you may be understandably concerned and have questions about what to do next. Keep in mind that advice from family, friends, or coworkers may have good intentions, but the information may not be accurate. Personal injury accidents are all unique and have different influencing factors. So the best way to get your questions answered is by meeting with a lawyer for further guidance. Your lawyer can not only address your concerns, but handle other tasks such as:

  • Speaking with insurance representatives
  • Negotiating for a fair compensation settlement 
  • Investigate the accident to uncover previously unknown evidence
  • Complete and file personal injury legal paperwork 
  • Talk with witnesses and gather statements for the case
  • And many more legal tasks as needed

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