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30 Accidents a Day in Palm Beach County

Posted by Philip Stillman | May 17, 2024 | 0 Comments

FLHSMV statistics for 2024 from January 1st through May 9th show 30 Car Accidents a Day in Palm Beach County

Our study of the State of Florida's department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles statistics for this year so, far revealed that in Palm Beach County we have 70 Car Accidents a day and 30 of them are with injuries. The statistics are higher for Broward County and almost Double for Miami Dade County. As a Palm Beach County personal injury law firm, Stillman Injury Law is here to help you through the legal process and get the justice and compensation you deserve. Don't let someone else' negligence cause you additional grief, turmoil, inconvenience and expenses. Ultimately we understand that accidents happen, but as the victim of someone's negligence, you have rights and you should not have to pay for their mistake. 

Another staggering statistic we found is that 30% of the accidents in the whole state of Florida for this year have occurred in our 3 South Florida Counties. The attached document shows you more of the Crash statistics from the FLHSMV for Palm Beach, Broward and Miami Dade Counties. 

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About the Author

Philip Stillman

Philip A. Stillman has been practicing personal injury law since 1990. Born in New York City, Mr. Stillman went to Stuyvesant High School as well as State University of NY at Binghamton. Mr. Stillman relocated to Florida to attend law school, graduating from Nova Southeastern University Law Cent...


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