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Florida car accidents: 2 critically injured after being struck

Many individuals utilize their free time to carry out typical daily activities, like going to the bank. While this type of task may seem mundane, circumstances could change in an instant due to car accidents. In just a matter of moments, a person could go from attending to a daily chore to suffering severe injuries.

A recent accident in Florida took place under similar circumstances. Reports stated that a 30-year-old man and his 60-year-old mother were at an ATM when they were hit by a vehicle. The 81-year-old woman driving the car had apparently attempted to park in the parking lot, but rather than stopping in a spot, her vehicle continued traveling. The son was hit by the car, and his mother's legs were ran over before she became pinned to the ATM.

Both the mother and son were considered to be in critical condition. It was noted that one of the woman's legs had to be amputated due to the severity of her injuries. It did not appear that the woman driving the vehicle suffered any injuries as a result of the event. The incident was still under investigation at the time of the report.

Due to the outcomes of this Florida incident, the man and woman -- and others similarly injured in car accidents -- may wish to consider their options for seeking compensation. Their injuries could cause considerable financial, physical and emotional hardships, and filing personal injury claims could allow them to seek restitution for those damages. Information on this type of civil claim may allow them to determine whether such action could be right for their circumstances.

Source:, "Mother, son hit by car near ATM in Boynton Beach", Yaremi Farinas, July 31, 2017

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