In Florida, some automobile accidents involve more than one injury victim. Some even involve more than one death. When these serious injuries and accidents take place, it can result in a number of legal, practical and automobile insurance issues.
Most automobile insurance policies have liability limits. When there are multiple accident victims, there may be a conflict or competition for these proceeds. Often times, the available insurance limits may be insufficient to properly compensate one accident victim let alone all of the accident victims who deserve compensation due to personal injuries and related damages. When there is a wrongful death, the surviving family members are entitled to compensation for the loss of their loved one. It is tragic when a person dies as a result of an automobile accident. It is also problematic when there is no automobile insurance OR inadequate automobile insurance coverage following an automobile accident.
A tragic accident was recently reported in Bradenton, Florida. It was reported that two teens died and four others were serious injured in an automobile accident that took place on Bishop Harbor Road. The automobile accident involved a 2004 Nissan Altima. The vehicle hit a fence and thereafter crashed into some trees. The accident victims were identified as Fernando Palacios Alonso (age 14), Rosita Palacios Alonso (age 16), Diego Damian Aguilera (age 19), Keyhla Ibarra (age 16), Ernesto Alonzo Ramirez (age 17) and Efrain Reyes, Jr. (age 21).
The accident was investigated by the Florida Highway Patrol and possibly other law enforcement agencies. See Two Teens Dies and Others Injured in Bradenton Florida Automobile Accident.
When serious injuries result from a Florida Automobile Accident, it is often helpful to consult with a Florida Personal Injury Attorney regarding issues related to liability, insurance coverage, compensation, medical bills, and other matters. The book titled – The ABCs of Child Injury – Legal Rights of the Injured Child – What Every Parent Should Know – has chapters on Automobile Accidents, Medical Bills / Treatment, and other topics. You can get this book for free at The ABCs of Child Injury.