Nemiroff & Auslander has an enviable track record of successfully litigated cases. Our experience, knowledge and attention to detail has benefited thousands of injured people. Here are some examples:

Auto Accidents

  • $10.7 million was awarded to a Miami man who was permanently injured when a City of Miami sanitation truck caused another truck to hit his car. The judgment was paid by the city and the truck�s manufacturer.

  • $9.2 million dollars was won for a mother and her pre-school children after their car was struck by a police cruiser. At fault was a private Palm Beach county road contractor who removed a stop sign during routine construction and failed to replace it.

  • A $4.4 million judgment was won against a Florida car rental company by a Bahamian resident traveling to Naples as a passenger in the company's vehicle. The man suffered a head injury when the rental car veered out of control and struck a road obstruction.

  • More than $4 million was won for a nine year-old boy who suffered a spinal injury when he was thrown off his bicycle following a collision with a rental vehicle near Key West.

  • $3 million dollars was secured for a young mother of three who was driving her toddler to preschool when a construction dump truck made an improper left turn in front of her car. Both mother and child suffered multiple fractures and injuries.



  • $7 million was awarded to the family of a three year-old girl who was badly burned over 40 percent of her body when her four year-old brother threw a lit match into her portable playpen, causing the playpen to catch fire. A juvenile furniture manufacturer was found liable for failing to flame retard a product that was marked "flame retardant."

  • $2.5 million was secured for a 23 year-old Palm Beach county laborer who suffered head injuries when a construction site vehicle improperly using public roadways caused an accident.

  • $900,000 was won by the families of two preteens injured as a result of the negligent design and operation of a South Florida recreation area. The children sustained head injuries due to the hazardous nature of the facility.


Wrongful Death

  • A $1.8 million settlement was collected by the parents of a three year-old boy who died in an apartment fire because apartment owners did not have properly operating smoke detectors.

  • A 1.5 million settlement was won for the family of a Fort Lauderdale construction worker employed to build the Florida Atlantic University Library. Faulty shoring caused part of the building to fall on him resulting in his death.


Drunk Drivers

  • A Canadian businessman driving drunk in South Florida was penalized $1.1 million for severely injuring a young supermarket cashier. In addition to the $1 million in insurance the man held, he was ordered to pay $100,000 in out of pocket punitive damages to the client.


Premises Liability

  • A $4.7 million award went to a six year-old boy left a paraplegic while walking to a community pool when he was struck by a passenger van at a gated North Dade residential complex. A claim was brought against the complex and its architects for negligently creating and maintaining an unsafe entrance area that allowed pedestrians and cars to mix.

  • $2.5 million was collected for the parents of a two year-old girl who drowned in a backyard swimming pool while the child's sibling was attending a youth meeting at the home. Owners of the home had removed a child-safe pool fence and failed to re-install it before the meeting.

  • Owners of a Miami Beach resort hotel were ordered to pay $1.7 million to a 25 year-old maintenance worker electrocuted and seriously injured while repairing a poorly grounded electrical circuit. The man required extensive hospitalization.

  • $1.5 million was secured to help pay for medical treatment and rehabilitation of a six year-old boy who was injured at a Miami building supply store. An improperly constructed and unanchored display shelf toppled over on the boy causing him to suffer multiple internal injuries.


Faulty Road Construction

  • Two Tampa, Florida families shared a $3 million award when two of their sons died on an improperly designed and maintained bridge. At fault was the state agency that built the bridge.


Defective Machinery

  • $1.8 million was won for three victims of an elevator accident. Negligent design and installation of the elevator in a Palm Beach County townhouse caused the elevator to fall from the second story.

  • $ 1.6 million was won for a professional painter who was working on the exterior of a North Miami apartment complex when the bucket hoist he was using hit a power line and caused him to be electrocuted and to suffer serious injuries. The bucket lift was deemed defective.

  • $I.5 million in damages was awarded to a Miami teenager asked by her grocery store employer to clean out a sugar cane juice-making machine. The girl suffered severe hand injuries.

  • Nearly $1 million went to a Fort Lauderdale laborer hired by the Boca Raton Hotel and Club to clean its incinerator. A hotel employee carelessly switched on the incinerator while the man was inside, causing burns to his chest and arms.


Medical Malpractice

  • $1.8 million was awarded to a Coconut Grove, Florida elementary school janitor who sought medical treatment from a Miami-Dade County neurologist. The doctor failed to diagnose a spinal infection that led to a permanent walking disability.

  • Approximately $1 million went to the husband of a discount store clerk who died in a North Florida hospital when her general practitioner did not diagnose her bacterial infection. The clerk was improperly treated and did not receive medicine that might have saved her life.


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