PERKINS LAW OFFICES
Alexander J. Perkins, Esq. is the Founder of Perkins Law Offices. He is recognized as one of the Legal Elite Personal Injury lawyers in the State of Florida and listed in the numerous editions of Super Lawyers, Legal Trend Magazine, and the South Florida Legal Guide. He also proudly serves as the President of the Miami Beach Bar Association. LEARN MORE
Perkins Law Offices is a civil litigation law firm with its main office located in the heart of Coral Gables, FL. The firm handles all types of cases throughout Florida, from personal injury claims to disputes between businesses. Perkins Law Offices is a boutique firm that prides itself in providing individualized service to clients. At Perkins Law Offices, clients will be able to commincate directly with the lawyer handling the case. Our Miami Personal Injury lawyers do not charge any fees unless there is money recovered.
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DEATH and TACOS:
Young Mother Suffered an Unhappy Fate at Miami-Date Mexican Eatery.
On Sunday night last january, a bubbly brunette waitress named Courtney Rhon stopped for takeout at El Toro Taco in Homestead. Around 2 a.m. Courtney awoke violently ill. Armstrong rushed her sick daughter to the emergency room at Homestead Hospital, where she collapsed and went into cardiac arrest. Courtney's parents filed a lawsuit against the restaurant June 4. It claims her death was due to contaminated food and negligence on the part of the owners. Courtney wasn't the only one who got sick, claims the attorney for the dead woman's family, Alex Perkins. Three days before her meal, a woman whom Perkins declines to name... READ FULL ARTICLE Miami New Times
First VA colonoscopy case goes to trial after Miami vet contracted hepatitis.
A Coral Gables veteran who filed a $3- million medical malpractice lawsuit charging that an improper colonoscopy at the Miami Veteran's Administration hospital gave him life-threatening hepatitis C heads to Miami federal court on monday in the first of what could be dozens of similar trials. more than 11,000 U.S. veterans received colonoscopies with improperly cleaned equipment at VA hospitals in Miami, Murfreesboro, Tenn., and Augusta, Ga., between 2004 and 2009. "They don't want to open the floodgates and take responsibility for every one of the veterans who may or may not have been infected by their procedures," contends Alexander Perkins, the plaintiff's lawyer in that case... READ FULL ARTICLE -Miami Herald