Broward County, FL (June 24, 2021) – An auto accident in Broward County sent at least one driver to the hospital on the evening of June 23, according to authorities.
Broward County Police and Fire Rescue units responded to the scene of the crash, which occurred in the area of I-95 South near Hillsboro Avenue just before 11:00 a.m. Investigators said that all lanes of the interstate were blocked for an extended period of time while responders worked to secure the scene.
Both drivers were transported to area hospitals with injuries of an unknown magnitude. Their identities have also not been reported at this time.
Traffic was delayed in the area while responders worked to clear the crash scene. Local motorists were forced to utilize alternate travel routes for some time after the collision occurred.
Police in Broward County continue to investigate the details of the accident.
Our thoughts are with the injured victim and their family at this time. We hope for their full recovery.
Injury Collisions in Florida
Florida is ranked as one of the most dangerous states to travel through due to its extremely high accident rate. This could be partially due to the high population in Florida, one of the highest in the United States. Victims and their families often have many questions after devastating and unexpected accidents. In many cases, victims are left with overwhelming pain that negatively impacts their health and wellbeing. Our team at Piedra | Injury Law, P.A understands the challenges victims face, mentally, physically, and financially, as they begin the recovery process. For this reason, our team provides invaluable resources and information to anyone who has been injured in an accident as a result of another person’s actions.
Being involved in a car accident in Florida is statistically more common than getting into a car accident in most any other state in the US. Florida is known to have a higher rate of car accidents than almost any other state. According to an analysis of data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Florida has been judged the 20th most dangerous state in the US in terms of the probability of dying in a car accident.
I-4, an interstate highway in Florida, according to an Everquote analysis, is the most deadly highway to drive on in America, with 1.41 fatalities per mile. Two of the other ten most fatal highways to drive on are also located in Florida.
Regardless of how the crash occurs, when you have been injured in a car accident in Florida, you need someone who will stand by your side as you go through the recovery process. Many crash victims are simply innocent motorists who were minding their own business when they were involved in a crash with another driver. These motorists should seek legal representation right away in order to ensure that they are fully compensated for their injuries as well as their pain and suffering.
Our team of Florida personal injury attorneys is standing by at any time to take your call. We offer free consultations and case evaluations to all potential clients. We also handle nearly all cases on a contingency fee or percentage basis, so there is no fee until we obtain a recovery for you. To schedule your appointment with a member of our team, please contact us via the link on our website or give us a call at 855-881-HURT (4878).
Note: This post was created with the use of secondary sources including local and state news reports, police traffic accident reports, various social media platforms, and eyewitness accounts about accidents that take place in Florida. We do not independently verify all information, therefore, if you find anything that is not correct in our post, please notify our firm so that we can correct the post to reflect the most accurate information available. We will also remove a post upon request.
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