Bradenton, FL (September 13, 2018) - A crash with injuries was reported in Bradenton on Thursday, September 13th. The accident occurred around 8:00 am on 53rd Avenue West near 14th Avenue West.
The Florida Highway Patrol responded to the accident. At least one person sustained injuries but there is no word on the extent or severity of the injuries. The roadway remained closed until around 9:00 am while officers worked at the scene. There is no word on how the crash occurred.
No additional information is available at this time.
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Following an accident, you will likely be contacted by an insurance company representative seeking to offer you a quick settlement to resolve your claim. Such a settlement is almost never advisable. Initially, the offer may seem attractive. However, many people do not realize that they are giving up their rights to seek further compensation once they sign off on a settlement. This can be a serious mistake in cases of permanent or lingering injuries.
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