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Recent Spate of Accident Injuries and Deaths a Sobering Wake-up Call

April 20, 2012

The Fort Lauderdale area has seen more than its fair share of injuries and deaths from auto accidents over the past few weeks. Whether it has been a freak accident where a car has careened into a hotel pool area, the death of toddler in a mobile home park, or injuries to two drivers from a red light that was ignored, Broward County has been more than an accident waiting to happen.

The recent spate of accident-related tragedies has served as a sobering wake up call for many Fort Lauderdale residents that driving an automobile always carries with it certain risks. Even when we are as careful and attentive as we should be while driving, an accident can still occur because others are not being as cautious as we are. An accident can happen because another driver is inattentive, negligent, or downright reckless.

When others put us in harm’s way by causing an auto accident, there is recourse through the judicial system with the help of an experienced accident attorney. An attorney can help to hold accountable those who cause pain and suffering to others through negligence. If you are the victim of an injury, help is available. Contact a Fort Lauderdale accident attorney for a free consultation regarding your injuries and possible compensation. All of the recent accidents can serve as a wake up call for everyone, but they do not have to mean that we are all destined to be helpless victims. Protect your rights today with the help of a knowledgeable and reputable attorney.

Lawlor, Winston, White & Murphey are seasoned personal injury lawyers in Fort Lauderdale with a winning record of guiding accident victims through every detail of an accident. Please visit our website at or call our offices at 954-525-2345 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case. If you’re concerned that you can’t afford the services of a Fort Lauderdale accident attorney, rest assured that we work on a contingency basis—you don’t pay us until you receive compensation.