Thursday, March 8, 2012
411 Pain Branches Out Nationwide (Miami)
The NHTSA has reported that 43,005 people died in motor vehicle crashes in 2002 and that motor vehicle traffic crashes were the 8th-leading cause of death among all ages that year. When broken down by age, crashes were the number one cause of death for every age from three through 33. The most recent statistics available from the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles suggest that there are more than 256,200 traffic crashes in the state of Florida each year. There is an average of over 702 crashes per day. Of these crashes, 3,365 are proven fatal. There is an approximate total of 370,035 drivers involved in these crashes.
In Miami Dade alone, 43,000 motor vehicle accidents were reported in 2008. That breaks down to nearly120 accidents per day in Miami Dade County alone. There were 271 fatalities resulting from those accidents, and thousands of people who were seriously injured. Of those deaths, 85 were alcohol related accidents.
An auto accident can change your life dramatically within seconds, leaving you injured and confused. You may be experiencing pain and feel as though you are not able to work. Your bills and daily responsibilities, however, must still be carried out. Even the simplest task can become difficult to complete when you are in pain. If your car is damaged or possibly totaled, it may be impossible for you to get around.
411 Pain will assist you with your next move. With over 15 years of experience, we will be able to guide you every step of the way. If you are injured in an auto accident, you may be entitled to significant personal injury protection benefits and lost wages.
Whether you are at fault or not, 411-PAIN can schedule you an appointment to see a doctor who has experience with your type of injury and provide you with transportation to a professional doctor’s office near you. Our goal is to help you regain normalcy in your daily routine.
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