Man Intentionally Crashes Car Into North District Police Station

Man Intentionally Crashes Car Into North District Police Station

According to a spokesperson for the City of Miami Police Department, a man purposely aimed his vehicle and drove through the gate at the rear entrance to the City of Miami Police Department’s North District Police Station. On impact, the man’s sedan went right through the concrete block structure. Shortly after, an officer who had saw the initial impact quickly parked his patrol car directly behind the suspect’s car to prevent the man from either fleeing the scene or backing up and ramming the building again. City of Miami Fire Rescue responded to the scene and eventually were able to remove the man from his vehicle and treat him for non-lifethreatening injuries. Fortunately, no members of the police department were injured or killed. An investigation into the cause of the accident is still ongoing.

Injuries Resulting from Car Accidents

Car accidents are very common in Florida and their results can be devastating. If you were involved in any type of car accident that was caused by the negligence of another driver, you may be entitled to file a personal injury lawsuit to obtain compensation for your injuries and other damages. Negligence in law is the failure to use that degree of care which the law requires for the safety of one’s self or of another, or of one’s own property or the property of another. Actionable negligence is the failure to use that degree of care for the safety of another or his property which the law requires as a duty to him, which failure results directly injury. Generally,  negligence is not actionable unless it involves a breach of a legal duty to the one seeking to maintain the action by him against whom action is brought. Contributory negligence is the failure by the injured person, or someone for whose conduct he is responsible, to use that degree of care for his own safety which the law requires, and which failure combines with wrong by another in directly causing the injury complained of. To state it more simply, negligence is not a state of mind, but is conduct that is hurtful to another or his property. Whether or not any act or omission is negligence depends on the circumstances of the case, judged by legal standards. The universal standard of care is that which would be used by a man of ordinary prudence and judgment under all the circumstances of the case. Generally, a person who is negligent towards another is liable to the ladder for all injury directly cost to him by such negligence. Injuries resulting from negligence are direct when they were intended by the wrongdoer or when a person of ordinary prudence and judgment would have foreseen them as natural and probable results of his wrong if he had used the care and foresight which the law requires of him under the circumstances of the case. When several act together or co-operate in the negligent conduct resulting in injury to another each and all of them are liable to that person for the resulting injury. Where several are guilty of separate acts of negligence which concur or combine in injuring another, the law in Florida that is applied is called pure comparative negligence. Our attorneys are ready to provide proven legal representation and stand ready to protect your rights. We are available 24/7 to give you a free, no risk case consultation!

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