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Miami Personal Injury Law Blog

Crash in Miami-Dade leaves 1 dead, 3 injured

A crash in Miami-Dade left one person dead and three others injured, according to a report from July 13. An elderly woman passed away from her injuries, while several others had to be treated for injuries following the car accident. This crash happened when one driver failed to stop at a red light.

Failing to stop is sometimes construed as negligence, and if you've been hurt by someone who wasn't paying attention, you deserve to be compensated for your pain and suffering as well as ongoing medical needs or costs associated with missing work. If someone you love was killed in the accident, you could be able to collect compensation to cover their medical bills and funeral costs as well.

Man charged with murdering a grandmother in car accident

A man who allegedly used his car as a weapon to kill a woman has been denied bail in a neighboring state. According to police, the 23-year-old man purposefully ran a woman over after he got into a car accident with her. Witnesses say the 53-year-old woman had exited her vehicle to survey the damage when the man purposefully drove into her and then ran over the top of her when he tried to escape the accident scene. Accidents involving senseless acts of violence like this are rare in Florida, but when they occur, authorities will hold responsible parties criminally accountable for their actions.

Wrongful death on highway in Florida being investigated

The death of this man is a good reminder of how important it is to be aware when you're driving. According to a June 28 report, the man was a tow truck driver who was helping move a disabled vehicle off the roads. He had stepped outside his vehicle on the interstate during the job, and that's when he was struck and killed by a tractor-trailer.

When someone is involved in a pedestrian accident like this one, it can end with injuries or a wrongful death. When you're the one who is injured, you may seek compensation for your injuries. In cases like this one, the man's family would need to do so.

1 dies in beach accident in Florida

This case in Florida discusses the death of a pedestrian who was allegedly struck by a driver who was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the wreck. The news reports that the 45-year-old victim was struck on a beach; she was walking with her 21-year-old son and his wife when she was hit by a car at around 9:30 p.m.

The victim's husband had to drive from North Carolina to Florida after the accident. His wife had been a grandmother of four and a mother to seven; he reported that his son, the 21-year-old who was with his mother at the time of the accident, is not doing well having lost his mother so suddenly.

Pair suffers serious injuries in Florida hit-and-run crash

If you've been injured in a motorcycle crash, then you may be familiar with the costs associated with your recovery. From missing work to spending thousands on physical therapy, the costs of your injuries does add up. That's why it's important to seek information on claiming compensation that you deserve; another person's negligence shouldn't leave you with unwanted bills.

This woman allegedly caused catastrophic injuries to a couple riding their motorcycle, and she has just now turned herself in to police. The accident took place in Florida, according to a report from June 5, when the 45-year-old woman hit a man and woman on their motorcycle along Bell Shoals Road.

Trucking accidents may be due to sleep deprivation

Trucking regulations have come into the spotlight in the last few days with the injury of Tracy Morgan and the death of his friend, also a comedian. There are safety rules in place in Florida and the United States at the federal level to help prevent this kind of accident from happening. If you've ever been in a crash with a semi-truck, you might have found yourself asking the same questions as people in this case. Was the driver too tired to be driving?

Only time will tell in this case, but it's important to know that there are strict laws in place that require drivers to drive their trucks no more than 11 hours on the roads during one shift. On top of that, the driver must then take 10 hours off before getting on the road again.

Wrongful death leads to arrest in Florida

Being hit by a car can be life-changing. You may suffer from injuries that cause you serious pain and suffering. You could also lose a loved one if they are hit by a car, since they have little protection against the weight of the machine. In any case, if you find out that the driver was intoxicated and is responsible for your personal injury or a loved one's wrongful death, you may want to seek legal advice.

Your case could be similar to this one from Miami, Florida. According to the news from May 18, a man has been held on $100,000 bond for a DUI charge related to a deadly hit-and-run crash. The man, a 36-year-old, attempted to flee the scene, according to reports.

Officer's wife sues for his death during Florida motorcade

If you lose a loved one in a motorcycle accident that isn't his or her fault, then you may know that you could potentially sue for compensation. In this case, that's exactly what one Florida police officer's widow is doing. According to the May 28 report, the officer was killed in a motorcade that was used while the president was visiting the area. He suffered his injuries when he was struck while keeping traffic off Interstate 95.

The lawsuit was filed in Palm Beach County Circuit Court, and the woman is blaming the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office for her husband's injuries and death. She believes that the agency did not have a plan for the motorcade that was clear, and if it had, then the man wouldn't have been struck by a vehicle.

Wrongful deaths happen due to air bag recalls

If you're facing the loss of your loved one, you may need to discuss your options concerning compensation. In wrongful death cases, it's sometimes possible to seek compensation for medical bills and other needs, as well as your own pain and suffering. Your case may be similar to those in this news story; according to the news, air bag defects causing auto recalls have reached over 2 million. That danger has led to people getting hurt or even dying in car accidents.

According to this story, air bags have been causing issues in some General Motors vehicles. They reportedly did not open when a crash took place, and that has been linked to 13 deaths. In another case, Ford reported having software that had bugs that could delay air bags from deploying when a car rolls over.

Crash in Florida impacts congregation, injures at least 6

If you've been injured in a car crash, then you are probably aware of how even slow accidents can result in serious injuries that affect you in the long term. Your car accident injuries should be treated and covered by the person at fault, like it may be in this case. If you live in Florida, you might remember this accident that took place in April. According to the story one man has told, his life was saved by a pew in his local church when a car crashed through the wall. That accident caused multiple injuries to churchgoers.

According to the news, the 37-year-old man was visiting the Second Haitian Baptist Church in Fort Myers, Florida, when a car went through the wall and into the sanctuary. That impact caused congregation members and pews to be thrown around the room, causing injuries and damage.

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