Our Offices

The offices of Adam Scher Law are conveniently located in Hollywood, on the southeast side of John Young’s Circle
(the Hollywood Arts Park).

Click on the red marker above for directions.

 

 

1720 Harrison Street
Suite 18A
Hollywood, FL 33020
Main: 954-472-1000
Fax: 954-920-7195

 

From I-95:

Exit Hollywood Blvd East.
In Young Circle (the 2nd circle), go just past US1 and exit onto Harrison St.
1720 Harrison St. is the first building on your right.

From US1 Northbound:

Go to Young Circle.
Make an immediate Right onto Harrison Street.
1720 Harrison Street is the first building on your right.

From US1 Southbound:

Go to Young Circle.
Drive around until you pass US1.
Make an immediate Right onto Harrison Street.
1720 Harrison Street is the first building on your right.

Call or visit Hollywood Florida injury lawyer Adam Scher today!

Know the Law and Your Rights!

Common Questions after an Auto Accident

  • Who is going to pay for my medical bills?
  • Will I be compensated for any time I miss from work?
  • If I am partially at fault for the accident, can I still recover money?
  • What exactly are bodily injury (BI) insurance and uninsured motorist (UM) insurance?
  • Who will pay for the damage to my vehicle?
  • What is meant by needing a “permanent impairment” to receive compensation for pain and suffering?

Common Questions after a Slip / Trip and Fall

  • I don’t have any health insurance! How will my bills get paid?
  • What does “comparative negligence” mean? Can I still recover if I am found partially at fault for my own injury?
  • What does “open and obvious” mean? How can it affect my case?
  • Who can I sue if I tripped and fell in a public street or a pothole?

Common Questions after a Dog Attack

  • What happens if the dog never bit anyone before me?
  • Who can I sue? Can I sue the dog owner, the owner of the house where the dog is located, or both?
  • How do I recovery money from a dog bite case?
  • What happens when there is a "dog bite exclusion" on the homeowner insurance policy of the home where the dog is located?