One Person Dies in Florida Multi-Vehicle Crash on I-95 Close to Boynton Beach Blvd.
In Boynton Beach, Florida, one person died on Tuesday night in a four-auto collision on I-95. Two SUVs and two sedans were involved in the crash. Emergency workers arrived at the accident scene and discovered one person with fatal injuries trapped in one of the motor vehicles. The rest of the motorists appeared to be uninjured. If you were seriously injured or if someone you love has died in a Florida motor vehicle accident, you may be able to file a personal injury claim or wrongful death lawsuit against the party responsible for the injury accident. An experienced Florida auto accident law firm can handle your case for you. Injury cases involving multi-vehicle collisions can be more complex than accident cases involving just two vehicles. Our South Florida auto crash lawyers will work with accident experts to identify the driver that started the accident and whether there were other circumstances or conditions, such as a defective motor vehicle, poor road conditions, or debris on the road that should have been cleared away, that might also have contributed to your accident. There may be more than one liable party responsible for your auto crash, and we will pursue all avenues of recovery for you. Our South Florida car crash attorneys have helped many injury victims recover compensation from negligent motorists, the manufacturers of defective motor vehicles, or liable state and municipal entities. We will work with accident reconstructionists and medical experts that can determine which procedures your injuries will require and how much they will cost. There is a good chance that your Florida PIP coverage will not cover all your medical costs if you have been seriously injured in an auto crash. It definitely will not compensate you for the loss of a loved one. Related Web Resources: FARS Encyclopedia Florida DMV Contact The Law Office of John D. Ameen, P.A. today.