Fort Myers, FL (September 26, 2019) - Three cars collided with each other in Fort Myers on Wednesday, September 25th. The crash took place in the southbound lanes of I-75.
According to the Florida Highway Patrol, three cars were traveling on I-75 when a vehicle in front became disabled and stopped on the roadway. The vehicle directly behind it slowed to avoid a collision. A third vehicle trailing behind the other two vehicles failed to stop, however, resulting in a chain-reaction crash. The driver of the second vehicle, 26-year-old Ana Maria Arce Valdes, suffered serious injuries. The other two drivers were not hurt.
An investigation into the crash is ongoing and no further information is currently available.
We hope that all who are affected by this crash are able to have a full and complete recovery. A Florida car accident can occur at any moment and can turn your life upside down. Car accidents tend to happen when we least expect them and negligent drivers are all around us each day. Although we certainly can and should follow all safety precautions and rules of the road, a crash is simply unavoidable sometimes.
If you have been a victim of an accident that was not your fault, our Florida personal injury attorneys can help. At Rubenstein Law, our team is dedicated to fighting for your legal rights and the compensation that you deserve in the aftermath of a crash. Do not let the insurance company talk you into a quick settlement. Give us a call to discuss our rights and your options and how we can help you. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, at 1-800 FL-Legal.
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