Villages Driver Could Lose License Over Multi-Car Crash

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January 29, 2021 - Auto Accidents

A The Villages resident who caused a recent car accident involving three vehicles is being forced to have her driving privileges re-examined.

The 36-year-old woman caused the collision when her Chevy Cruze accelerated abruptly and slammed into a Subaru Outback in front of it, police told Villages-News. The Cruze then swerved into head-on traffic, forcing the driver of a Ford F-150 off of the road. The Cruze reportedly swung back and struck the Outback a second time.

The woman, who police said in an accident report was “emotional and crying,” reportedly told police officers that she “blacked out” behind the wheel. She was transported to a local hospital. 

According to the news outlet, the Cruze driver was also ordered to seek a re-examination of her driver’s license. 

State law provides for such re-examinations “to determine the competence and driving ability of any driver causing or contributing to the cause of any crash resulting in death, personal injury, or property damage.” The Department of Motor Vehicles has the right to revoke a driver’s license as a result of the re-examination.

The Villages Accident Attorney Helps Clients Get Compensation for Florida Car Accidents

Although the extent of any injuries in the Villages accident is not clear, the fact is that these and other types of crashes often cause serious and even fatal injuries. They can come with life-changing consequences, both for the person injured and his or her family.

Fortunately, Florida law empowers anyone injured in a car accident to seek compensation from those responsible for the crash. The money damages often available in these cases includes compensation for medical bills, property damage, missed wages during recuperation, and any impact of the injury on long-term earning capacity. Additional punitive damages may also be available in cases involving particularly reckless conduct.

To get that compensation, you generally need to be able to prove negligence. For example, drivers owe others on the road a duty to operate their vehicles in a reasonably safe manner. When a driver does not live up to that responsibility - whether by speeding, drinking and driving, texting behind the wheel, or engaging in other dangerous behavior - he or she is likely to be deemed negligent and liable for any injuries that happen as a result.

Speak with The Villages Accident Attorney Today

If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident in Florida, you have the right to seek compensation from those responsible for the collision. You must have an experienced personal injury attorney in your corner to help you navigate the process and understand your rights and options.

Tim Babiarz is a The Villages accident attorney who has been fighting for people injured in crashes for more than two decades. A tenacious litigator, Tim is committed to helping people get the full compensation available under the law.

Our office is conveniently located in the Villages. We are also proud to represent clients throughout the area, including in Ocala, Leesburg, Lady Lake, Wildwood, Summerfield, and beyond. Call (352) 205-7559 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation with a The Villages accident attorney.