Car Crashes Into Davie Home; Driver Suffers Minor Injuries

Car Crashes into Davie Home; Driver Suffers Minor Injuries


A car crashed into a home in Davie Saturday afternoon after a driver had a medical episode in his vehicle and lost control of the vehicle. Davie Police and Fire Rescue crews responded to the crash at 9300 block of Old Orchard Road around 3:30pm on Saturday afternoon. According to a spokesperson for the Davie Police Department, the driver suffered minor injuries and was removed from the vehicle. They also said the driver had a medical episode, and at this time it does not appear he will be cited for the incident. Cameras captured a large hole in one of the home’s front walls and extensive damage in the office. The vehicle has been towed away from the crash scene. No further details have been released. The personal injury lawyers at Suarez & Montero can help you get the compensation you deserve. At Suarez & Montero, our team of personal injury lawyers in Miami will work with you throughout all phases of your personal injury case. We offer the expert legal guidance you need to win your case. We will take care of all legal matters that relate to your claim and develop the best legal strategy for your individual case to ensure the successful recovery of your damages. This includes determining the economic and non-economic compensation you’re entitled to, identifying who should be held liable for your injuries and damages. We will not rest until we have developed and presented the most persuasive argument possible, and ensure you receive fair and just compensation for your damages.

Property Damage Claims in Florida 

If you own a car damaged in an accident, whether you were driving, someone else was driving, or it was parked, you have a claim for damage to your vehicle. This is a property damage claim. Property damage claims seem to produce very strong emotions in the owner. You might have trouble getting to work, you might need your vehicle as part of your work, or you may not want to be seen driving in a damaged car. If you have a property damage claim, you must first understand what the law requires. If someone damages your vehicle, you are entitled to receive repairs or replacement to put you back in the position you were in before your accident. There are two ways to handle your property damage claim. You can present the claim to your own insurance company under your collision coverage, or you can proceed against the at fault driver’s insurance provider. Both options have pros and cons. It depends completely on the individual claim. If you have collision insurance, you can have your car repaired or replaced by your own insurance company. This will usually require you to pay a deductible, which varies with each policy, and this out of pocket payment clearly is a disadvantage over liability insurance. However, there are scenarios where this is the best way for you to handle your claim. One such situation is when the at-fault driver’s insurance company’s policy limits are insufficient to pay for your vehicle damage. Many people have the lowest policy limits allowed by law. That is the least expensive policy, and therefore the most common. Find out how much the other insurance company has available to repair or replace your car. If it is not enough, you will need to present a collision claim to your own insurance company. Even commercial vehicles, which usually have at least $1,000,000 in coverage, can sometimes be in jeopardy, but this is rarely an issue if you are hit by a company vehicle, or even by someone driving their own vehicle if he is working for a company at the time. If you are hit by a personal car, and the limits are insufficient, you might want to find out if the driver was working at the time because it could implicate the commercial insurance policy of the employer. If you are not at fault, your insurance company will collect as much as possible from the tortfeasor’s company, and this will include your deductible, so you may be fully reimbursed. 

Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer Miami Today! 

Having an accident is traumatic, frustrating, and entirely unpleasant. If you have been injured in a car accident, you have the right to file a personal injury lawsuit against any responsible parties. Our legal team of Miami personal injury lawyers has decades of experience handling claims involving all types of personal injuries. Because we understand personal injury law in Florida, we can make sure you’re fully compensated for any medical bills, pain and suffering and other damages you may have experienced. We are available 24/7 to give you a free, no risk case consultation.

We serve clients throughout Florida including those in the following areas: 

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