Tampa, FL (October 1, 2022) – A car crash happened in Tampa on the morning of September 27 that ended in injuries and traffic delays. The wreck was reported to officials in the area shortly before 7:00 a.m.
According to information from reports, the incident occurred on South 50th Street near 16th Avenue South. What led to the accident remains unknown at this time.
Emergency crews were observed at the crash site for some time on the morning of September 27. At least one person was hurt and in need of medical attention.
Currently, the names of the involved parties have not been released to the public. Authorities in Tampa are still working to determine the details of the accident.
Delays in traffic were observed near the wreck site while police and EMTs were present. Local authorities asked drivers commuting in the area to use alternate routes of travel for the time being.
We hope for the full and fast recovery of those with injuries.
Florida Auto Accidents
More than 400,000 vehicle accidents happen in the state of Florida every single year. On average, these wrecks injure over 150,000 people and take the lives of more than 3,000 people each year. The main cause of auto accidents in Florida is currently driver distraction, which is the main cause of car wrecks nationwide. Driver negligence causes more auto accidents in the United States than anything else. Speeding, intoxication, distraction, and fatigue are the four main causes of auto collisions throughout the country.
Throughout the United States, over 6 million car crashes are reported per year that cause injuries to well over 3 million people annually. The lives of tens of thousands are cut short due to the negligent actions of drivers. Drivers who choose to pay attention to their phones, the people in their car, the radio, and anything other than the road ahead of them and their immediate surroundings put themselves and others at serious risk.
Texting and driving has become a severe issue in the United States in the past decade or so. Millions of drivers choose to browse social media and send and receive text messages while operating moving vehicles. This is about as dangerous as it gets. A person who chooses to text and drive is basically putting their life at serious risk, as well as anyone they encounter on the roadway. Someone who chooses to act this carelessly needs to be held accountable for their actions in the event that they cause an injury or fatal accident.
If you or someone you love was hurt in a car wreck caused by driver negligence, your life may be totally turned inside out. It is possible that you may be unable to return to work for so long that you lose your employment, which can be extremely difficult to deal with. If a serious auto wreck is keeping you from working and living your life the way you see fit, contact an attorney who can help you recover. A lawyer can help you get financial compensation for the losses and damages you face after you are hurt in a wreck caused by negligence.
Dealing with a personal injury claim on your own can prove to be a stressful and difficult experience. An attorney will have the resources necessary to get you the financial compensation you deserve. Medical bills, vehicle repairs, wage loss, and more may be able to be paid for by way of financial compensation.
You should contact the Tampa car crash attorneys at Rebein Law at (813) 305-7285 at your earliest convenience if you wish to collect compensation for your injuries and losses.
Note: Secondary sources were used in the creation of this post. Our team has not independently verified the facts surrounding this accident. If any information is not correct, please contact Rebein Law so that we can update the post with the most accurate information available. We will remove a post upon request.
Disclaimer: The purpose of this post is to inform our readers about the dangers of driving and to provide information for people who are injured in an accident in Florida. This post is not a solicitation for business. None of the information provided is intended to be legal or medical advice. The photo used in this post was not taken at the actual accident scene.