Orange County car crash lawyers
Authorities with the Florida Highway Patrol are currently investigating the death of an 87-year-old woman who was killed during a three-vehicle collision yesterday afternoon along Silver Star Road in Pine Hills, a suburb just outside of Orlando.
The relatives and friends of an Orange County man are desperately seeking answers after their loved one was severely injured during a road rage incident that led to a hit-and-run collision last Thursday evening on Miami Road in Orlando.
Pedestrian accidents are more often fatal than any other type of car-related crash. Not surprisingly, the pedestrians, being the most vulnerable, are the ones to suffer severe, often fatal injuries. Drivers of the cars usually escape pedestrian accidents without physical injuries, although the psychological effects of being behind the wheel of a car that fatally strikes a pedestrian should not be played down. Because of the outsized power wielded by the drivers of cars, it is vitally important that they be vigilant while on the road and around pedestrians, regardless of whether or not a crosswalk is in the area.
A head-on collision that took place within Orange County on the morning of Thursday, May 23rd, resulted in the deaths of two individuals, according to reports from the Florida Highway Patrol working within the county. The incident was first reported at 10:00 in the morning along State Road 429, close to the 19th mile marker.
New information compiled by numerous groups such as ValuePenguin shows some disturbing information regarding Central Florida in general and Orange County in particular. The information was compiled in an attempt to discover what percentage of accidents are the result of distracted driving as well as to ascertain whether or not the amount of distracted driving crashes has decreased over the past few years. As indicated, the findings of the studies are less than comforting.