The truck driver at the center of a recent Florida crash near Gainesville had received multiple traffic violations in the past years, including one for speeding and one for careless driving.
When you file a personal injury case against a drunk driver after an accident, you not only seek compensation. You also seek justice.
The holidays are usually a happy time for most families, though not without the possibility of misfortune. A recent car crash here in Florida shows just how this time of year is not immune to sadness. What is worse, the accident may have been avoidable, as authorities have claimed a drunk driver may be at fault.
It is never a convenient time or place to be involved in a crash. While some victims of crashes may walk away uninjured, other victims are not as lucky. Many suffer serious injuries or death in motor vehicle accidents. When an accident occurs as a result of another driver's alleged negligent behavior, victims may find some financial relief through insurance or personal injury lawsuits. Three victims of a recent and serious crash in Florida were unfortunately injured due to no fault of their own and may benefit from an attorney's advice.
Recently, the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office released a statement announcing the death of an employee who worked as a bailiff. The woman died as the result of injuries sustained in an accident caused by a drunk driver, leaving her two teenage children without their mother. Motor vehicle accidents like this underline the dangers and grave consequences of drunk driving.
Most Florida motorists following the traffic laws and rules of the road, but they can't always avoid the recklessness of other drivers. Unfortunately, negligence and recklessness of one driver can result in serious motor vehicle accidents to unsuspecting travelers. One family is grieving the death of a loved one after a wrong-way driver caused a fatal collision.
It only takes a moment for an individual's life to change. Moments of texting, fidgeting with the radio, looking away from the road and other distractions can result in serious motor-vehicle accidents. Unfortunately, innocent victims often suffer serious injury and/or death from another driver's negligence. Sadly, both the responsible driver and another driver suffered serious injuries in a recent Florida crash.
Venus Williams is known for her skills on the tennis courts and not in the courtroom. Sadly, the tennis athlete is not immune from motor vehicle accidents, and she was involved in a fatal crash in Florida last year. Reportedly, she recently settled a wrongful death lawsuit with the victim's estate.
It is always tragic when lives are lost in car crashes. However, when motor vehicle accidents claim the lives of children, many find it harder to accept because the victims are so innocent and still have their entire lives ahead of them. One family in Florida is likely still reeling from a collision that took the life of one of their children and injured two others.
Recently, the Florida Highway Patrol had to close several lanes of traffic on a busy interstate to clear a complicated and tragic accident. Authorities reported that the accident involved multiple collisions. Sadly, one man lost his life as a result of the motor vehicle accidents.