Miami, FL – Florida Highway Patrol Responds to Injury Crash on I-95
Miami, FL (February 6, 2021) – The Florida Highway Patrol responded to the scene of an injury crash in Miami on Saturday, February 6th. The crash took place on Interstate 95 at approximately 1:50 a.m.
According to troopers, there was at least one injury reported as a result of the crash. Details on the events leading up to the accident are not clear at this time. The collision caused the center lane of the roadway to be blocked while police and rescue crews worked at the scene. Motorists in the area were advised to use caution or to find alternate routes of travel if possible. There is no word on the condition or identities of those involved in the accident.
An investigation is ongoing at this time. There is no additional information available.
We would like to offer our thoughts and well wishes to the victim of this injury accident in Miami. We hope for a complete and speedy recovery.
Car Accidents in Miami
Florida ranks at or near the top of national statistics when it comes to car accidents and injuries arising from those accidents. According to the most recent information available, there are about 400,000 reported Florida car accidents each year. From this number, there are about 250,000 injuries and over 3,000 deaths. These statistics show us that driving in Florida can be a hazardous activity, especially for drivers who choose not to follow basic safety precautions. Unfortunately, given the number of negligent drivers all around us, no one is ever truly safe from being involved in a car accident.
A car accident in Florida can be a stressful and emotionally draining experience for victims. The physical pain of the accident can take away your abilities to enjoy the types of activities that you enjoyed before the crash. In addition, you may be unable to work and to support yourself or your family as a result of your injuries. Further, the crash can cause you to suffer from anxiety, PTSD, depression, and a number of mental ailments as you try to move forward from a traumatic experience.
When it comes to handling your Florida car accident claim, it is important to keep all of these things in mind when you are trying to negotiate or achieve a settlement. The cost of your past and future medical care must be considered, along with the impact that the accident has caused on your life. Your pain and suffering and lost wages are an important component of the case and should be valued appropriately. It is important to have an attorney who understands the law and can make sure you are not left shorthanded.
At Boone & Davis, our car accident attorneys in Miami stand ready to help. We bring nearly 40 years of experience and proven case results along with a desire to win your case and make sure that your future is secured.
We are standing by to take your call at any time. To schedule your free appointment with a member of our team, please reach out to us via the link on our website or give us a call at 954-566-9919.
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Disclaimer: We have worked hard to become valued members of our local business community. Our law firm is providing this post for general information purposes and hope that through awareness, our community members will use the necessary precautions to avoid serious accidents like the one described in this post and prepare them should they find themselves the victim of a serious wreck. We want to honor those who have been victims of accidents in the state of Florida. The information provided in this post should not be misconstrued as medical or legal advice. The pictures depicted in these posts are not representative of the actual accident scene.