On Saturday, January 8, 2022, around 5 am, Miami Police responded to an accident at Northwest Seventh Street and 23rd Court. According to police, a man crashed with an SUV, crushing a motorcyclist who was nearby. When authorities got on the scene, the implicated motorcyclist was taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital for a leg injury in stable condition for treatment. According to authorities, the driver of a white Toyota Tundra collided with a gray Chevy Equinox and one of the automobiles involved in the collision attempted to escape the site of the accident. The Tundra’s driver attempted to leave the scene, but he was pursued until he was stopped at Northwest 23rd Court and Seventh Street. A short time later, he was brought under custody. The Tundra’s driver was transported to West Miami-Turner Dade’s Guilford Knight Correctional Center. His driver’s license was not located on records, according to police reports. A male has been recognized as the person who will face prosecution. He is accused of driving without a valid driver’s license and fleeing the scene of an accident with property damage.
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Car accidents can result in significant injuries, and the amount of no-fault coverage required by Florida may be insufficient to cover your injuries. You may be able to get compensation for your medical costs, property damage, and pain and suffering if you file a personal injury claim. Are you still dealing with the financial impact of your accident? As a result, any damage, stress, or financial crisis caused by an accident must be addressed seriously and handled by skilled legal counsel.