South Florida Miami-Dade Personal Injury Attorneys

Accidents happen when you least expect them. Whether traveling by land, air, or water, you are entitled to compensation for injuries resulting from the negligence of another.

The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) reports that an average of 1,081 traffic accidents occur each day across Florida. These cases can be very complex and stressful. Let us help you.

The insurance companies have their lawyers and you need yours. If you or someone you know has been involved in a traffic accident or needs the best personal injury attorney in Miami or South Florida, call us at (786) 899-3500. We may be able to assist you. All consultations are free.

Airplane Accidents

Although rare, Airplane Accidents do happen. The FAA reported 18 Aviation Accidents took place in the United States between 2013 and 2016.
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Bicycle Accidents

Riding a bicycle in Florida can be extremely dangerous. In 2016, there were 6,667 traffic accidents involving a bicyclist. 140 of these bicyclists died as a result of their injuries from their accident.
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Boating Accidents

In 2016, 671 Boating Accidents were reported in the state of Florida. The next highest number of reported Boating Accidents took place in California (369).
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Car Accidents

In 2016, there were 395,797 car accidents in Florida. 165,941 of these accidents resulted in injuries. The most common type of car accident was a “rear-end collision”.
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Hit & Run

In Florida, a “hit and run accident” is defined as the failure of a driver to remain at the site of a vehicle crash, and fulfill other statutory duties, when the crash at issue involves death, bodily injury, or property damage.
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Moped Accidents

In Florida, moped drivers must have a valid Class E driver’s license and be at least 16 years old to drive a moped on a public road. There are also no insurance requirements in Florida for owning and/or operating a moped.
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Motorcycle Accidents

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that in 2015 4,976 motorcyclists died in traffic accidents throughout the US.
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Pedestrian Accidents

In 2016 there were 9,102 traffic accidents involving pedestrians. 667 of these accidents resulted in the pedestrian dying. Automobile insurance in Florida follows the person, not the vehicle.
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Scooter Accidents

Florida requires all operators of scooters to have a valid Class E driver’s license and be at least 16 years of age. A motorized scooter cannot be driven on a sidewalk and must be driven on the road at all times.
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Taxicab Accidents

Taxicabs are specifically excluded from Florida’s no-fault law. However, they must have $125,000.00 of bodily injury insurance coverage per person/$250,000.00 per accident.
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Trucking Accidents

In 2016, there were 41,239 commercial vehicle crashes in Florida. Trucking accident cases can be very complex and have many nuances.
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Uber / Lyft Accidents

Uber and Lyft drivers are insured by a business auto form with policy limits of one million dollars per accident. Uber and Lyft accident cases can be very complex and have many nuances.
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Vehicle Rollover

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that 85% of all rollover related fatalities are the result of single vehicle crashes.
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Wrongful Death

In 2016, 3,057 people were killed in car accidents through Florida. The only recourse for someone’s negligence in these types of cases is to file a lawsuit for wrongful death.
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