Pedestrian Dies After Being Struck By Car In Deerfield Beach

Pedestrian Dies After Being Struck by Car in Deerfield Beach

According to a spokesperson for the Broward Police department, a 50-year-old man was fatally struck by a car Monday October 12, 2020. The incident occurred in the area of Sample Road and Northwest Fifth Street. The man was crossing the street after leaving a nearby store to get back home when he was struck by a vehicle whose driver never stopped. The Broward police department says the driver of the Honda Element returned to the scene and is cooperating with police detectives. The man was taken to a local hospital after the crash, where he succumbed to his injuries. His relatives question why the driver initially left the scene. Authorities have not said whether the driver will face charges or be cited. No further details have been released.

Hit and Run Accidents in South Florida

Car accidents occur in everyday in South Florida and the results can be severe. If you or someone you love were injured in a car accident, 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. Whether or not any act or omission is negligence depends on the circumstances of the case, judged by legal standards. Generally, a person who is negligent towards another is liable to the ladder for all injury directly cost to him by such negligence.

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Were you hurt or injured in a traffic accident in South Florida? It is important to know that you may be able to obtain compensation for your injury including compensation to pay for economic losses, medical treatment and expenses, surgeries, loss of income, and more. A personal injury lawsuit arises when a person sustains an injury due to the negligence of another person. These injuries can be physical, emotional, or financial in nature, and often result in physical impairment, pain and suffering, significant medical bills, and lost wages. If you have been injured in a car accident, the first thing you should do isseek medical attention. If you delay in doing so this could potentially harm your case. There are a few critical steps you should take in order to ensure that you wind up with the strongest possible case, the first of which is to gather key information at the scene of the accident, insurance information, and any photos of the vehicles involved in the accident. Even though many of you are aware that you have a legal right to seek compensation from the responsible party, you may be confused as to how to begin the process. The personal injury lawyers at Suarez & Montero have the resources and experience to successfully accomplish your goal of receiving maximum compensation for your personal injury claim. Our firm believes that the top priority for our clients should be recovering from their injury in order to return to their normal everyday lives. That is why we offer our legal services with no money down and no fees unless we are successful in recovering compensation in your case. 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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