Opa-locka Injury Attorney
Opa-locka is a city located in northeastern Miami-Dade County, Florida with a population of 15,259. The city, which was developed by Glen Curtiss, is known for its large Arab Revival architecture. More than half of the population is composed of the African American community and many residents are also Cuban, Hispanic and Haitian. Originally the area of Opa-Locka was called “Opa-tisha-worka-locka,” meaning an island covered with trees and swamps. Opa-Locka is the site of several movies like Texas Justice, Bad Boyz II, and 2 Fast 2 Furious.
Schools, parks, family businesses, restaurants, churches, and diligent efforts against crime and violence define the culture of the vibrant community of Opa-Locka. Municipal services include police, sanitation, water and sewer services, street maintenance and infrastructure, and recreation. Opa-Locka is served by Opa-Locka Executive Airport, which is managed by the Miami-Dade County Aviation Department, and a train station (Tri-Rail System).
The legal team at Aronfeld Trial Lawyers is engaged in helping their clients with the physical, emotional, and financial impact felt by accidents and medical malpractice. We focus on personal injury and medical malpractice, such as bicycle injuries, automobile accidents, child injuries, cruise ship accidents, slip and falls, work related injuries, and more. Currently, our company is investigating claims on behalf of people who have received “Stryker” hip implants because these systems have been recalled.
Our Opa-Locka personal injury lawyers are ready to file a lawsuit and bring your case in front of a judge when necessary.