Orlando Auto Accident Lawyers
A series of crashes that took place in and around Holly Hill is believed to be the result of several teenagers attempting to flee from a traffic stop. Reports from the Holly Hill Police Department stated that the incident began after an officer clocked a car traveling with excessive speed down the eastern lanes of the 500 block of 8th Street.
It was just before 3:00 in the morning when a person driving a car down U.S. 301 was involved in a fatal auto accident after their car left the roadway and collided with a tree. Early reports from the Florida Highway Patrol indicated that the accident only involved a single vehicle, and that there was only one person inside of the car at the time of the accident. This person was the only fatality.
On Tuesday, January 15th, diners who were enjoying a late lunch at a Chinese restaurant located within Orange County received a shock when a driver traveling down N. Hiawassee Road lost control of their vehicle, left the asphalt, and collided with the restaurant.
A two-car crash that took place along an Orange County stretch of the Florida Turnpike on Friday, December 21st, left one person dead and two people, including one young child, injured. The current reports from the Florida Highway Patrol indicate that the incident took place within the southern lanes of the Florida Turnpike, close to the 258th mile marker. This location is also quite near to Walt Disney World. Finally, it is believed that the accident happened at close to 12:35 in the afternoon.
Early on Wednesday, December 5th, two vehicles traveling down John Young Parkway close to Orlando were involved in an auto accident that resulted in at least one of them suffering from fairly severe injuries. According to a report from the Florida Highway Patrol, the incident was first reported at some point before noon, likely before the sun had even risen (although some current reports on the event failed to specify the exact time when the emergency calls began to reach dispatchers).
A collision involving multiple cars in Orange County resulted in the death of one individual on Saturday, October 20th. Reports from the Florida Highway Patrol working within Orange County indicated that the incident happened along Orange Blossom Trail, close to where this road intersects with 35th Street and that it took place around 3:00 in the morning.
A massive crash in Osceola County on Saturday, October 13th, resulted in the death of three individuals, all of whom were standing outside of their vehicles at the time. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, the entire incident stemmed from a single-car crash that then developed into a four-vehicle debacle that involved pedestrians.
On Wednesday, September 26th, a 69-year-old man from Orlando was behind the wheel of a 2001 Toyota SUV and driving down one of the southern lanes of Landstar Boulevard in Orange County. As they neared the intersection of Landstar Boulevard and Misley Drive, something happened within the SUV to cause the man to lose control of the vehicle. According to reports from the Florida Highway Patrol, it was shortly after 6:00 in the morning when the auto accident was reported, and that its location was just south of State Road 417.
Crossing the street can be a challenge as a pedestrian or a bicyclist. You often have to negotiate several lanes of traffic and cars can be coming from multiple angles. The task is made more dangerous when a drunk driver jumps the curb and runs down the bicycle rider. That is exactly what happened to man in Winter Park, Fla.
A 21-year-old man was driving a 1998 Lexus sedan north along Three Oaks Parkway in Estero on Sunday morning at approximately 2:40 a.m., when he lost control of his vehicle. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, the Lexus drifted into the grassy median and began to spin clockwise. As the vehicle was rotating, the front end of the car slammed into a tree, bringing it to a stop. It was reported that the driver died at the scene of the accident. The accident remains under investigation and few details are known at this time. It is also unknown if speed or fatigue were factors in the incident.