Three Accidents Occurring Back-to-Back Bring the Delray-Boca Corridor of I-95 to a Standstill

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We celebrate the selfless assistance of the off-duty fire rescue office and nurse. Their altruism gives us all a sense of hope and goodness in the human spirit and know that their jumping into action at the very moment of need made a powerful difference.

I-95 south of Linton Boulevard came to a standstill after a total of three car accidents were reported one after another during morning commute hours, according to the Palm Beach Post this morning. Each accident involved multiple vehicles with two occurring at 7:00AM and 8:00AM in the southbound lane and one in the northbound lane at 8:30AM.

The first accident involved a woman and preschool-aged child in one vehicle crashing into a pole, and another vehicle rolling over with an unconfirmed additional two or three cars involved. All lanes were blocked and several people were taken to the hospital, as reported this morning on WPTV News Channel 5.

An hour later a second crash occurred near the accident, contributing to the backup of traffic, and 30 minutes later a third crash happened in theI-95 northbound lane, according to this afternoon's CBS 12 News Report. Boca and Boynton Fire Rescue responded to the various accidents, as well as an off-duty fire-rescue employee and an off-duty nurse who each stopped to help.

“We celebrate the selfless assistance of the off-duty fire rescue office and nurse. Their altruism gives us all a sense of hope and goodness in the human spirit and know that their jumping into action at the very moment of need made a powerful difference. Just like them, we at our firm are here to help injury victims at their most difficult times of need. We sincerely hope and carry in our thoughts the well being and recovery of all those involved in this tragic series of accidents on our I-95 interstate this morning,” shared Michael Steinger, Founding Partner of Steinger, Iscoe & Greene.

The Florida Department of Motor Vehicles reports that 338,633 drivers were involved in car accidents in the state of Florida in 2009 with an average of 646 crashes per day. You cannot predict when your morning commute may turn out like this one, which is why personal injury attorneys like Steinger, Iscoe & Greene are here. If you’ve been injured in an accident we can help answer any questions you may have, and assist in whatever way we can in getting your life back to normal. For more information, visit InjuryLawyers.com

About Steinger, Iscoe & Greene

Since 1997 Steinger, Iscoe & Greene has served the Florida community as a plaintiff personal injury law firm. A legal team of 30 attorneys and 120 legal professionals to date, the firm takes pride in the fact that they represent individuals and their families – not big business interests. With offices throughout the state – Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Port St Lucie, Fort Myers, Okeechobee and Orlando – Steinger, Iscoe & Greene’s goal is to achieve maximum recovery to afford clients and their families the resources necessary to put the pieces of their lives back together after an accident or sudden injury. The firm considers it a privilege to help injury victims through some of life’s most challenging and uncertain times. Day or night, Steinger, Iscoe & Greene is available to injury victims to answer any legal questions.

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