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Workers Barely Avoid Concrete Beams Falling on their Heads

Posted: November 5th, 2013 | Categories: Insurance, Personal Injury

Construction workers had to scramble to get out of the way of five concrete beams, each measuring 125 feet in length and weighing about 93 tons, when they came tumbling down while a skeleton construction crew was working over the weekend. Only one of the workers suffered any injuries. He had one superficial wound on one hand and refused transport to a hospital. There were no traffic closures and airport … Read More »

Man Injured after Cabin Cruiser Catches Fire from Battery Failure

Posted: November 4th, 2013 | Categories: Personal Injury

A boater was injured after his boat caught fire in Key Largo, on Thursday morning. According to police reports, owner, 58-year-old Robert Doyle was attempting to put out a small flame he had noticed on the boat’s battery. The rag he used caught fire and the fire began to spread through the rest of the vessel. Doyle informed police officers that he quickly jumped off the boat once it was … Read More »

Medical Incident May have caused Crash

Posted: November 1st, 2013 | Categories: Car Accident, Personal Injury

Two people are injured after the driver of a pickup truck crashed his vehicle into a business in Deerfield Beach. According to officials, the driver lost control of his vehicle and struck the Discount Concrete Cutting building just before 1:00 p.m. Police officials believe that the driver may have suffered from a medical issue just prior to the accident. Both the driver and another person who was inside the building … Read More »

Man Killed in a High Speed Chase, AK-47 Used

Posted: October 31st, 2013 | Categories: Car Accident, Personal Injury

A high speed car chase through the streets of Opa-locka on Sunday has ended in a shooting that sent a South Florida man to the hospital, city officials said. Opa-locka spokesperson David Chiverton said two cars were chasing the victim’s vehicle at high speeds until he stopped near Northwest 141st Street and 23rd Place. The victim, a man in his early 20’s, was shot in the back while he was … Read More »

Drunk Driver Cruelly Flees the Scene after a Fatal Accident

Posted: October 30th, 2013 | Categories: Car Accident

An elderly woman is dead after being struck by a truck as she crossed the street Monday evening. According to officials, the woman was walking to church at around 8 p.m. Monday when she was struck by a truck near the intersection of Northwest 12th Avenue and 60th Street. Family members have identified the victim as Fannie Ash. Police said Ash was allegedly killed by a drunk driver, who initially … Read More »

Boy Undergoes Brain Surgery After Motorcycle Accident

Posted: October 29th, 2013 | Categories: Car Accident, Personal Injury

A 6-year-old South Florida boy is still fighting for his life after being struck by a dirt bike near his home last week. According to Police officials, 6-year-old D’Quell Boston ran into the street in the 1600 block of Northwest 23rd Avenue, just after 6:00 p.m. on Friday. Police said a car driving down the same street stopped to avoid hitting the child. A motorcyclist Brandon Dennis, who was directly … Read More »

Stolen Vehicle Crashes into the Side of a House

Posted: October 28th, 2013 | Categories: Car Accident

Broward Sheriff’s deputies are searching for the suspect who was behind the wheel of a stolen vehicle that crashed into a home Friday morning in Pompano Beach. Deputies responded to the scene of the accident at the home, located at Northwest First Terrace and 21st Avenue. The vehicle caused major damage to the side of the home. The homeowner was not inside his home at the time of the crash. … Read More »

Train Derailment Crushes Man Under Gravel

Posted: October 25th, 2013 | Categories: Personal Injury

A train conductor has died after several freight cars derailed near the SunRail station in Sanford Thursday morning. In a statement, the Florida Highway Patrol identified the victim as being 36-year-old Christopher Putfark of Deltona. The derailment occurred on a track where construction is currently underway. The station is located at State Road 46 and Airport Boulevard. Florida Department of Transportation and Florida Highway Patrol officials say that a train … Read More »

Man Pinned by Bulldozer in Fort Lauderdale

Posted: October 24th, 2013 | Categories: Personal Injury

An on the job accident occurred on a construction site at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. Officials said that the accident happened on the future site of a new runway when a worker ended up pinned between a bulldozer and his vehicle Tuesday afternoon. The victim was transported to nearby Broward Health Medical with a non-life-threatening back injury. His identity and his current condition have not been released. Nobody goes … Read More »

Hit-and-Run Victim Awakens from Coma

Posted: October 23rd, 2013 | Categories: Car Accident, Personal Injury

Matthew Danchak was hit by an 18-wheeler last Friday on the Sawgrass Expressway in Coral Springs. He was crossing the highway after getting into a minor accident when he was hit. Police are still looking for the truck’s driver. According to family members, Danchak is now out of a. He is expected to undergo surgery on Tuesday. For a motorist to hit a pedestrian or other motorist in a hit … Read More »

Is your Taxi Driver Insured? We Can Find Out

Posted: October 22nd, 2013 | Categories: Car Accident, Insurance

An accident on Interstate 95 on Sunday involving a taxi cab has left one person dead and traffic blocked for more than two hours on Sunday. According to official reports, a taxi driver lost control of his vehicle and slammed into a wall near the Northwest 79th Street exit just after 6:00 p.m. Investigators said at least one person was killed in the accident. Every year, thousands of people are … Read More »

Driver and Passenger Go to Hospital after Ramming Fire Truck

Posted: October 21st, 2013 | Categories: Car Accident

Miami-Dade law enforcement officials said in a statement that an accident happened near Southwest 37th Avenue and Eighth Street when a vehicle crashed into a City of Miami Fire Rescue truck that had its sirens and lights flashing. The rescue truck was not carrying any passengers at the time of the accident. The driver of the car was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. The passenger who was in … Read More »