Boynton Beach, FL (September 25, 2018) - Two people are dead following a crash on Monday, September 24th in Boynton Beach.
The Boynton Beach Police Department responded to the accident at the intersection of Hagen Ranch Road and Woolbright Road on Monday afternoon. Upon their arrival, officers discovered the serious accident. Few details have been released at this time, including the number of vehicles involved. The deceased individuals have not been identified as police continue to investigate the crash scene.
There is no word on how the crash occurred, and no additional information is available.
Our thoughts go out to the entire Lasorda families of those affected in this tragic crash.
When a fatal car accident occurs, the surviving family members are left to deal with the tragedy. In the aftermath of the fatal crash, it is important to determine whether the law provides a remedy.
According to the NTHSA in Florida, there is a reportable auto accident every 92 seconds, and too many of those result in fatalities. In Florida, the surviving family members of a person killed in a crash may be entitled to file a wrongful death claim. Wrongful death claims arise when a person is killed due to someone else's negligence. Due to the complexity of these claims, it is recommended to consult with an experienced Florida wrongful death attorney before taking any action.
At Rubenstein Law, our attorneys can help you through these difficult times. For a free consultation with one of our Florida wrongful death attorneys, give us a call at 1-800 FL-Legal.
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