Miami-Dade, FL – Injury Crash at SR-932 and NW 103rd St
Miami-Dade, FL (December 3, 2020) – An auto accident occurred on a roadway in Miami this morning that prompted a response from local EMTs.
The accident occurred at 9:39 a.m. on December 3, and it involved at least two vehicles on State Road 932 at the intersection of Northwest 103rd Street. Paramedics and emergency first responders arrived on the scene and tend to the injured victims that required assistance. Victims who required transport were taken to a local hospital for additional treatment.
At this time, the exact number of injured victims has not been verified by authorities. None of the injured victims involved in this crash have been publicly identified. The severity of their injuries has not been made public.
Police at the crash scene asked drivers in the area to seek alternate routes of travel for some time following the incident while first responders were present at the crash scene. No further information has been provided concerning the crash or what led up to it. Police continue to investigate this incident.
Our thoughts are with the injured victims and all who were affected by this incident.
Florida Auto Collisions
The Sunshine State sees more car accidents than almost any other state in the nation. This is probably due to the extremely high population and year-round nice weather. In 2018, Florida saw 397,812 auto accidents take place with 251,970 injuries and 3,004 deaths. According to statistical records, there were 402,489 reported traffic accidents in Florida in 2017 with over 254,300 injuries and 3,114 deaths. This is a mere 1% difference between the accident rates for 2017 and 2018.
Auto accidents in Florida can occur for many different reasons, but currently, the leading cause is distracted driving, specifically texting and driving. This dangerous and negligent driver behavior accounts for nearly a quarter of all car accidents in the Sunshine State. Unfortunately, about 94% of auto accidents in the US are the result of some form of driver negligence.
A traffic collision in Florida is estimated to take place approximately once every 84 seconds, or over 1,000 times per day. Yearly, Florida sees about 400,000 traffic accidents take place. Florida is ranked as one of the most dangerous states to travel through due to its high accident-fatality rate. However, Florida is one of the most highly-populated states in the nation, which directly correlates with its statistical values.
Being injured in a traffic accident caused by another person’s negligence entitles you to the option to collect financial compensation for the injuries and losses that may have resulted from the incident. A personal injury attorney in Florida will be able to help you better understand your existing legal rights as well as exercise them in order to collect full and fair compensation in order to cover things like medical bills, mental health bills, funeral costs when applicable, and more.
Contact a Florida personal injury attorney today in order to get started on your own personal injury claim if you are under the impression that your injuries were the result of another person’s carelessness while on the road. The skilled and experienced Florida personal injury lawyers at Boone & Davis have been successfully preserving and protecting the rights of those injured in Florida traffic accidents for decades and are passionate about providing our clients with the most significant compensation possible. We want your recovery from your recent traffic accident to be as painless as possible, in more aspects than just the physical. We strive to assist you financially, mentally, and in any other way, you may require after being injured by another person’s negligence.
Call our law firm today at (813) 544-7096 for more information on how you can successfully move forward from your injuries and losses you may have incurred in a recent traffic collision caused by carelessness.
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