Daytona Beach wrongful death lawyers
Authorities with the Daytona Beach Police Department are still trying to determine the cause of a fatal auto accident that claimed the lives of three teenagers early yesterday morning on International Speedway Boulevard.
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.
A family who lost their 5-year-old child in an accidental death at a Daytona Beach tourist attraction has decided to sue the venue for a minimum of $60,000. According to reports from the Daytona Beach Fire Department, the fatal incident happened on Saturday, August 5th, in 2019.
According to the authorities with the Daytona Beach Police Department, an investigation has been opened in the death of a Volusia County pedestrian after she was struck and killed by a pickup truck while attempting to cross the heavily-trafficked International Speedway Boulevard close to Red John Drive shortly before 7 a.m. on January 25th, 2021.
The year came to a tragic close last week as three people were killed and two more were seriously injured on December 30th, 2020, when their vehicle was involved in a high-speed, fatal wrong-way collision with an alleged armed carjacking suspect along Interstate 95 at Beville Road near Daytona Beach in Volusia County.