Two Injured in Daytona Beach Crash
Monday morning, just before noon, along Daytona Beach is usually a calm time. As people return to work, the packed beaches often see themselves at the lowest point of human saturation, and the roads leading to and from the endless coast are less congested with traffic. This week, however, is Bike Week. That means that far more people than normal will be swarming throughout the Daytona Beach area. Many of these people will be riding motorcycles.
Shortly before noon on Monday, a couple motorcycles were involved in an accident at the place where Clyde Morris Boulevard and Big Tree Road intersect. The Daytona Beach Fire Department has issued a statement that outlines the available information, but most of the facts in this particular case are still being combed through by the proper officials. What we do know is that due to the violent nature of the crash, two individuals were taken to nearby hospitals.
As of right now, there has been no released information detailing how many people were actually involved. Neither has there been any news as to the number of motorcycles that were involved. All that the Daytona Beach Fire Department has been able to say is that the two people were injured badly enough to require medical attention. As the investigation goes forward and the family members of those injured are contacted we can likely expect an update to the news.
Any accident involving a vehicle can lead to tremendous complications. Even if no lives are lost, it often happens that those who experience bodily and mental trauma as the result of an automobile accident are left with staggering loads to bear, piles of medical bills, and property damage. Added to this is the frustrating reality that many people who find themselves injured as the result of an automobile accident are unable to return to work, meaning that the added financial pressures from hospital stays and recovery tracks are aggravated by the wage loss suffered by the victim. In situations like this, even when the physical damage is not life threatening, the after effects of such an incident can quickly become crippling.
James O. Cunningham
Since 1977, personal injury lawyer James Cunningham has provided effective legal advocacy to people who are injured through the negligent actions of another person or entity throughout the Central Florida area. He fights to obtain recoveries for his clients’ physical and emotional pain and suffering and pursues his clients’ personal injury cases with a commitment to excellence and impeccable preparation.