In mid-July, three vehicles collided on Indiantown Road in Jupiter resulting in eight people suffering injuries. When the incident was first reported, authorities had yet to determine why the crash occurred. Weeks later, it seems that no further information about this event has made its way to the public.
According to a news report, the three vehicles collided at approximately 9:20 p.m. on Wednesday, July 15. Video of the accident scene showed all of the cars were severely damaged. One of the automobiles is even said to have caught on fire; however, firefighters were able to quickly extinguish the flames.
The three drivers and five passengers . In the video accompanying the written news report about this event, it was stated that several of the victims were considered trauma cases. All eight people were transported to area hospitals for care. Their current conditions are unknown.
Right now, the victims of this likely have a lot more questions about the incident than they have answers. This can leave them stumbling in the dark — so to speak — when trying to work with insurance providers to seek compensation for their losses. Each victim has the right to turn to legal counsel who will be able to investigate the finer details of the collision and, if deemed appropriate, assist them in negotiating or litigating for maximum relief. Only damages that are deemed recoverable according to Florida laws may be compensable. Such damages may include medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering — among various others.