Vero Beach Crash Left Passenger Seriously Injured
At the Law Offices of Keith Bregoff, P.A., our Vero Beach car accident attorney has previously discussed how Florida passengers have rights after being injured in a vehicle collision that was caused by either the driver of the vehicle they were in, or another negligent third-party driver.
The question becomes, does the negligent driver have to be behind the wheel of a vehicle that is a car, truck, or SUV?
The answer is no, and a crash that occurred in Vero Beach last month explains why.
27-Year-Old-Man Driving a Golf Cart Had Blood-Alcohol Content Level Over Twice The Legal Driving Limit
On September 1, 2022, a 27-year-old man was jailed in Vero Beach following a crash where he was operating a golf cart, and his passenger was ejected and seriously injured. Police said the passenger was taken to the intensive care unit at a trauma center.
Much like a vehicle driver who gets behind the wheel while he or she is intoxicated, injures a passenger onboard, and is arrested for their negligent actions, those who cause accidents with injuries on golf carts, scooters, four-wheelers, or other ATVs can also be held liable for their reckless behavior.
If you have been injured by an intoxicated driver or property owner in Florida, contact our Vero Beach personal injury lawyer today for help understanding your legal rights and options to hold the liable party accountable for your full financial recovery.
Contact Our Skilled Vero Beach Personal Injury Lawyer to Schedule a Free Consultation
If you have suffered a severe injury caused by negligence in Florida, contact our experienced personal lawyer in Vero Beach at the Law Offices of Keith Bregoff today by calling (772) 492-8967 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case.
We can protect your rights from the beginning and help build your case for success.