Conflicting Testimony on Failure to Render Aid Case

After hearing conflicting testimony and a closed door session with a Pinecrest Officer accused of failing to render aid at the scene of an accident, there was still no decision regarding Officer Ana Carrasco.

Officer Carrasco has been accused of failing to render aid at the scene of an accident last October, in which two University of Miami students were struck while attempting to cross Kendel Drive. Both Ying Chen, 27, and Hao Liu, 26 died as a result of their injuries. An internal review found that Officer Carrasco failed to render aid as required by law, yet testimony from both Officer Carrasco and a witness at scene run counter to these findings. The¬†Wednesday¬†hearing which was supposed to render a decision as to the status of Carrasco’s employ concluded with no answers forth coming.

Car accidents are frequently traumatic in the extreme to all parties involved. Damage to vehicles, medical bills, loss of work and prolonged disability are all very expensive results of these accidents which is why it important to obtain the services of a qualified lawyer. Even worse is when a loved one is taken from us as a result of such an incident. Still worse is when those who are supposed to help the victims fail to do so. Miami Car Accident Lawyers can provide you the assistance you need. If a loved one has been the victim of a wrongful death, medical malpractice, workman’s comp or a host of other serious issues we can help. Contact us by phone or fill out the short questionnaire on our website so we can arrange your free consultation