Leesburg wrongful death lawyers
A serious auto accident involving four vehicles on County Road 44 in Leesburg earlier this week claimed the life of a 42-year-old driver from Eustis, according to initial reports from the Florida Highway Patrol.
According to preliminary arrest records from the Leesburg Police Department, a 35-year-old individual has been charged with vehicular homicide, leaving the scene of a crash involving death, and driving with a suspended license involving death for his alleged connection to a deadly hit-and-run accident which claimed the life of a 47-year-old motorcyclist this past Wednesday evening near Montclair Road in Lake County.
Police have issued a report on the arrest of a single individual believed to be connected to a deadly fire that took place within Lake County on Tuesday, July 7th. It was sometime shortly before 9:00 in the morning on the day in question when dispatchers connected to the Lake County Sheriff’s Office first received an emergency call from an individual who claimed to be suffering from a gunshot wound. The dispatcher was able to get an address from the badly injured victim and immediately numerous squad cars were on their way to the address of a home located along East Dale Street, close to the city of Leesburg.
Leesburg, Florida, is getting ready to host its annual Bikefest in a few weeks, and the event has grown steadily in size and popularity in each of the ten years since its founding. The popularity of motorcycle riding has risen dramatically over the last decade. This has inspired a corresponding rise in motorcycle events such as the Leesburg Bikefest where riders and motorcycle enthusiasts can meet riders from all over the country, view motorcycles of every kind including custom bikes, listen to live music, eat, drink and have a good time.