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Three Pembroke Pines Residents Hospitalized, One In Serious Condition After I-95 Car Accident | Metro Ft. Lauderdale Lawyer

A Pembroke Pines resident was listed in serious condition at a Florida hospital following a car accident on I-95 that injured two others, according to the TCPalm website. The Florida Highway Patrol reported that the crash occurred Sunday, July 12, around 9:14 p.m when a southbound Dodge Ram moved into the left lane of I-95 and slammed into a Ford F150. Following the car accident, which caused both vehicles to overturn, three people from the Ford required transportation to local hospitals for the treatment of accident-related injuries: Pembroke Pines residents Blas Martinez, the 63-year-old driver, passenger Gerardo Martinez, 14, and Fernando Martinez, 68, who sustained serious injuries in the crash. The Dodge driver received an improper lane change charge.

At Injury Law Service, personal injury lawyer David M. Benenfeld has been handling car accident cases such as this for over a decade, and he hopes for the full and fast recovery of the injured in this incident. If you have been injured in a car accident and have questions for an experienced car accident attorney in the metro Ft. Lauderdale area, feel free to contact Injury Law Service. David Benenfeld will gladly answer your most pressing questions for free and provide you with the resources you need following an accident-related injury.

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