Miami-Dade, FL (August 11, 2021) – At least one person was hurt in an auto accident that was reported in Miami Dade on the evening of August 11. Various responders including police and paramedics were observed at the scene shortly after the crash took place, at around 10:30 p.m.
Injuries were reported to have resulted from the collision. Paramedics assisted injured parties at the scene before transporting those with extensive injuries to area hospitals for treatment. No one involved in the crash has been identified at this time.
The incident was reported in the 1700 block of County Line Road near Riviera Boulevard. An unspecified number of vehicles were involved and few details have been reported.
The roadway was blocked for an extended period of time throughout the evening while responders worked at the scene. Drivers passing through the area were forced to find alternative travel routes while the scene remained active with first responders. Local law enforcement officials in Miami-Dade continue to investigate the events that led to the crash.
Our thoughts are with everyone involved. We hope for the full and fast recovery of the injured victims.
Miami-Dade Car Accidents
Car accidents in Florida can result in serious or even debilitating injuries for victims. Those involved in serious auto crashes may even lose their lives, depending on the severity of the incident. If you or someone you love has recently been injured in an auto accident in the Sunshine State, and you believe that the crash happened due to another driver’s negligence, you should contact a personal injury attorney in Florida at your earliest convenience.
A personal injury attorney in Miami-Dade, Florida will be able to help you figure out whether you possess the right toward financial compensation for the injuries and losses that you may have been faced with due to the aftermath of your collision. You may be suffering from serious pain and severe emotional turmoil, all while being forced out of work for a prolonged time period and billed constantly for things like medical care and vehicle repair costs. Allow the attorneys at Piedra Law Injury Attorneys to help ease some or all of the financial burden you may be facing after suffering injuries due to the negligence of another driver on the road.
If the accident was not your fault, or even partially your fault, you could be entitled to collect compensation. Don’t wait until it’s too late, as the statute of limitations for personal injury law in Florida is two years. After that period of time, you will no longer be eligible to collect any form of compensation for your injuries. Call the law office of Piedra Law Injury Attorneys as soon as possible at 855-881-HURT (4878) in order to speak with an attorney concerning your case. We work on a contingency fee basis which means you pay nothing unless awarded financial compensation for your injuries and losses. Call for a free consultation today to see if you qualify for financial compensation.
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