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Category Archives: Personal Injury

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Florida Supreme Court Issues Important Attorney-Client Privilege Ruling

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

On April 13th, 2017, the Supreme Court of Florida issued a ruling in the case of Worley v. Central Florida Young Men’s Christian Ass’n. This decision is extremely important, as it will have significant ramifications for attorney-client privilege rights issues in future Florida lawsuits. In Worley, the Supreme Court ruled that attorney-client privilege protects… Read More »

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Pike & Lustig Opens Miami Office

By Michael Pike |

Pike and Lustig, LLP is proud to announce the opening of its Miami office!  The firm’s new office is located at 777 Brickell Avenue,  Suite 500 Miami, Florida, 33131.

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Attorney Michael Pike Argues To Send iPhone to Apple In the Case Of The Missing Teen Boaters – Sun-Sentinel

By Michael Pike |

Sun-Sentinel Article Published on 4/30/2016 An iPhone recovered in last year’s at-sea disappearance of two Tequesta teens will be sent immediately to Apple in hopes the tech giant retrieves vital information from it, a judge ordered Friday afternoon. “Good luck,” Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Gregory Keyser told the families of Perry Cohen and… Read More »

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Pike & Lustig in the Sun Sentinel “Broward, Palm Beach firefighters sue FWC after airboat crash”

By Michael Pike |

Pike & Lustig in the Sun Sentinel “Broward, Palm Beach firefighters sue FWC after airboat crash” Click the link below to read the full story: http://www.sun-sentinel.com/local/palm-beach/fl-firefighter-fwc-lawsuit-20151001-story.html

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Traffic Accidents and Common Injuries

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Each traffic accident case is unique, but they also share common similarities. For instance, the large amounts of blunt force involved in a car crash mean that the same types of injuries are likely to appear over and over again. Car accident victims should be aware of these different types of injuries so that… Read More »

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Seeking Justice after a Hit and Run Accident

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

The aftermath of a car accident can be a chaotic place. Even minor traffic accidents are jarring, and more serious ones can result in severe injuries and property damage that can be very disorienting. This level of confusion can be made even worse in the case of a hit and run car accident. Florida… Read More »

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Building a Personal Injury Case

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

When people picture lawyers at work, the first scene that usually comes to mind is someone standing in a courtroom in a suit interrogating a witness or making a speech to the jury. While that can a key part of many personal injury cases, it skips over much of the groundwork that leads up… Read More »

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The Jobs of the Judge and Jury

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

The court system is full of people with specific jobs to do, but those jobs can often be confusing to people who do not often interact with the court system, such as personal injury victims. One particular point of confusion is the different roles the judge and jury play in the system. After all,… Read More »

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School Bus Safety Tips for Drivers and Students

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

With children going back to school over the next few weeks, it means that there is going to be an uptick in school bus traffic on the roads. While everyone should know the basic legal rules about driving near school buses, such as not passing them when the stop sign is extended, there are… Read More »

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Florida Introduces “Safe Phone Zones” to Discourage Distracted Driving

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

The fact that distracted driving causes accidents is not news to anyone. Concerns about distracted driving stretch back to the early 1900s when Chevrolet introduced the first car radio and opponents proposed laws banning them for fear that they would increase accidents. Now, cell phone calls and texting have raised similar concerns, causing significant… Read More »

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