Hallandale Beach Florida Auto Accident Attorneys
Hallandale Beach is located in eastern Broward County by the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean. It is conveniently situated between Fort Lauderdale and Miami. Hallandale Beach is home to more than 37,000 residents.
Hallandale Beach is home to Gulfstream Park Racing & Casino, Mardi Gras Casino, and the Diplomat Golf and Tennis Club. Hallandale also has a sizeable business and financial district.
Hallandale Beach’s major roadways include I-95, US 1 (Federal Highway), Hallandale Beach Boulevard, Ocean Drive, and Pembroke Road, and SW 11th Street.
In 2015, Florida’s Integrated Report Exchange System (FIRES) reported that Hallandale had 2 fatalities and 399 injuries involving 744 vehicle crashes. FIRES shows that for the first four months of 2016, there have been 230 car crashes with 157 injuries and 2 fatalities. There have been 20 commercial vehicle crashes and 120 property damage crashes.
There was a multi-vehicle crash on I-95 near Pembroke Road. A vehicle was slowing for traffic ahead when was hit from behind in a rear-end crash which caused the vehicle to cross into the south bound lanes. The second vehicle spun in the lane and was broadsided a truck causing the vehicle to overturn in the express lanes and then caught fire. In another accident, a tow truck crashed into the back of a Broward County transit bus. And a woman driving a truck the wrong way on I-95, who was twice the legal limit for alcohol consumption crashed into three vehicles killing four people and herself.
Like Broward County, Hallandale Beach has had its share serious injuries and deadly auto accidents. Frequent auto accidents often include bicycle accidents, head-on collisions, wrong-way drivers, vehicle rollover, and drunk drivers.
If you or a loved one was seriously injured or killed in a Hallandale Beach, Florida car accident, contact Trial Attorney Tami Wofe online or call her at (954) 791-0477 for a FREE consultation.