Getting to the Bottom of a Crash

When the media first encounter a story, the reasons behind a crash aren’t apparent. All that is seen is the aftermath, the injuries and wreckage, that make the incident newsworthy. There is an information gap. Yet it still must be reported.

But families and the court system will want to know the reasons and will do their utmost to investigate. Here’s an example. CBS Miami reported on a crash in Miami Gardens. The reasons for the crash are unknown, but a few facts were revealed. In one car, a child was critically injured and an adult was killed. In the other car, the driver received serious injuries. The crash happened on NW 37 Avenue and 213 Street.

Police believe that the crash wasn’t a head-on collision, but it’s not known just what happened. Observers of the crash called police but were unable to do much to help the injured due to the severity of the incident.

At the start of a crash, all is chaos. It takes time and expertise to get to the bottom of what really happened. The news doesn’t have time to wait, but the court system can. If you’ve been injured in an accident, you need an attorney that will get to the bottom of a situation so you can get the compensation you deserve. If you live in the Miami area, contact our law firm if you’ve been in an auto accident. We can help you get back on your feet. Your initial consultation is free and you don’t pay if we don’t win. Call now.