Daytona Beach pedestrian accident lawyers
A 62-year-old woman sustained fatal injuries earlier this week after she was struck by a forklift in the parking lot of a Daytona Beach Shores hotel located on South Atlantic Atlantic Avenue, reported local authorities.
A 38-year-old man from Texas is facing a first-degree murder charge this week after police determined that he purposely struck and killed a pedestrian at the intersection of North Nova Road and West International Speedway Boulevard last Saturday evening in Daytona Beach, according to video surveillance footage retrieved by local law enforcement officials from traffic cameras on the night of the deadly accident.
Police officers inside of Daytona Beach are working hard on a new program aimed at ensuring that the number of deaths and injuries suffered by bikers and pedestrians within their city begins to drop. According to a report from News 6, the initiative began sometime after it was revealed that Daytona Beach ranks 4th on the list of most dangerous mid-sized cities in the entire state of Florida. In an effort to increase safety for pedestrians and bikers in the area, the High-Visibility Enforcement project will focus on increasing communication to both bikers and pedestrians.