Welcome to the Freedland Harwin Valori, PL website. We are a highly experienced law firm that focuses on protecting the rights of consumers who have been victimized by negligence and the willful disregard of others. With offices in Fort Lauderdale and Weston, we handle statewide cases, some of which have national impact. We focus on medical malpractice, catastrophic personal injury, automobile accidents, pharmaceutical law, whistleblower cases and product liability. Collectively, our attorneys have secured tens of millions of dollars in jury verdicts and settlements for our clients as compensation for their injuries and losses. When you become a client of Freedland Harwin Valori, you can count on vigorous and passionate representation. That is a promise. For more on our firm and accomplishments, Click here
Toll Free: 1-888-254-7066
Just saying those two words invokes strong feelings and elicit spirited discussion. Those words also cause people to reveal their story of medical error or the story of someone they love.
Personal injury lawsuits are one of the most misunderstood areas by the general public. This is due in part to the flood of commercials on television that usually begin with, “Have you been injured in an accident?”
South Florida individuals or their families and loved ones injured in automobile or car accidents, or mishaps involving trucks, motorcycles, ATVs or other vehicles often face serious, ongoing legal, physical, health and emotional issues.
Pharmaceutical companies often put their profits ahead of the public’s best interest and don’t adequately test drugs before putting them on the market. Before the FDA does anything about it, it is too late for many people.
The term “qui tam” has been around for centuries and comes from a Latin phrase meaning, “he who brings an action for the king as well as himself.” Qui tam or whistle-blower laws are used by the government as a means to combat fraud.
Defective products, which included anything from new cars that break down during the first 1,000 miles to computer hard drives that destroy data, are an issue of consumer fraud, not products liability.