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car-accident-lawyer-miami-289x300MERCEDEZ BENZ TARGETS A FULLY ACCIDENT-FREE WORLD BY 2050.

As if out of a sci-fi movie, Mercedes plans to fully autonomous cars cruising along its highly sophisticated and accident-free roadways by 2050. This ambitious high-tech plan has been christened “Vision Zero”, and Mercedes aims to dramatically cut down on serious and fatal car accidents by 2030. The German motor vehicle manufacturer last week announced that the goal involves the design and production of automated cars that allow for autonomous driving. However, their endeavor to  achieve zero car accidents by 2050, or at least cut the actual number of fatal car accidents by half. Mercedes does not expect to carry out this achieve this ambitious mission on its own. A company spokesperson has mentioned the need for efforts by the federal government, as well as civil engineers and urban planners, to design or adequately modify existing roadways to meet the safety standards required for autonomous Mercedes Benz cars.

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En Miami, el Perazzo Law Firm representa a la Comunidad Hispana en Miami-Dade, Broward, y Orange County

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MIAMI CAR ACCIDENT LAWYER NEWS- Florida is considered the most dangerous state for motorists and anyone sharing roadways and streets. Thus, it’s no wonder fatal accidents occur on daily in cities across Florida. The Palmetto Expressway was the site for a horrific accident that resulted fatal for the five occupants of a vehicle that was crashed into by a man driving the wrong way. The fatal accident victims all died upon impact, according to the news agency reporters and local authorities arriving at the scene of the horrifying car accident. The driver (30) was arrested by the Florida Highway Patrol, and he was later charged with several counts of manslaughter. The deadly car crash occurred during the early hours of Saturday in Miami-Dade County. According to testimony, the driver was operating his vehicle eastbound in the westbound lane of the Palmetto Expressway at a very high speed. The impact was so severe, that the entire front of the vehicle slammed inward, all the windows to blow-out, and the side doors to sink inward. The wrong-way driver survived the crash and had to be taken to Ryder medical by helicopter for treatment. But he won’t be back on the roadways anytime soon, as a string of charges await, as do years of life behind bars. Why the accident happened is under investigation and the authorities are tying t determine if the victims was driving under the influence or simply suffering from some kind of mental trauma.

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En Miami, los abogados para accidentes de tránsito comparten información para lidiar con los gastos y daños de su vehículo.


Cada vez que salimos a la carretera, corremos el riesgo de una colisión de vehículos motorizados. En Miami, los accidentes automovilísticos pueden ocurrir sin que usted tenga la culpa. Muchos automovilistas de Florida pueden tomar todas las precauciones para evitar accidentes y aún así sufrir lesiones graves debido a un conductor descuidado. Si ha estado involucrado en una colisión de vehículos motorizados en Miami, Coral Gables, Orlando o cualquier ciudad de Florida, el personal de abogados de accidentes automovilísticos de Perazzo Law Firm le recuerda que es importante saber cuánta compensación puede tener también después de un accidente. Las categorías de daño son daños económicos, daños no económicos y daños punitivos.

Los daños económicos suelen ser fáciles de evaluar. Los daños económicos incluyen una compensación por los daños a su propiedad, principalmente a su vehículo. Incluso un accidente automovilístico menor puede requerir atención médica, cuyos costos serían parte de los daños económicos. Cualquier tratamiento médico y terapia tomará tiempo y lo obligará a faltar al trabajo, por lo que también puede ser una compensación. Una lesión grave o permanente también puede reducir su capacidad de generar ingresos, es decir, el dinero que habría podido ganar si no hubiera ocurrido el accidente.


Si eres propietario de un vehículo registrado en el estado de la Florida, Jonathan Perazzo, fundador y abogado de lesiones personales del Perazzo Law Firm, le recuerda que el seguro PIP es obligatorio en Florida. Sin embargo, todo eso podría cambiar muy pronto si el gobernador DeSantis firma el proyecto de ley que obligaría a los propietarios de vehículos motorizados registrados a tener BI (Seguro de Lesiones Corporales), que es visto por muchos como una buena medida porque favorece a las víctimas de accidentes automovilísticos y les ayuda a obtener cobertura para gastos médicos por lesiones corporales incurridos en un accidente automovilístico.

Esto es lo que Jonathan dijo sobre el cambio de PIP a BI:



In Miami, the Perazzo Law Firm informs Florida residents that Personal Injury Protection (PIP) insurance and Property Damage (PD) are mandatory for registered vehicle owners and operators. Unfortunately, PIP insurance is an extremely complicated vehicle accident insurance policy, especially following an accident that leads to injuries to individuals or damage to property and in light of a lawsuit that leads to an accident claim for compensation. It is very important for Florida motorists to understand the basics behind PIP insurance and how it covers the medical expenses of the vehicle owner and the individuals listed on the policy, as well as any relatives residing in the same households and potentially any passenger in the vehicle should they not have their own coverage under the law. In Florida, PIP was made mandatory because most accidents would cause under $10,000 in damages or injuries. Thus, PIP aims to solve the problem of medical bills not getting paid, people suffering from reduced credit scores, and accident victims fearing lack of treatment accidents and claims. Since PIP is mandatory for all Florida motorists or registered vehicle owners, treatment at a medical facility will be covered by the insurance carrier which must be notified of the accident to proceed accordingly following an accident. In this case, the injured party will visit his or her medical practitioner and sign an assignment of benefits which grants the doctor the right to bill the insurance provider directly on their behalf. Furthermore, individuals that have suffered personal injury as a result of the accident in Miami, may opt to file their own PIP claim treatment coverage. PIP provides accident victims with the legal right to visit a doctor for treatment regardless of whether they have medical insurance. Also, PIP allows you to seek medical treatment no matter who was at fault for the accident and PIP pays up to $2,500 subject to a deductible and co-payment unless there’s an emergency medical conditions that entitles $10,000 in injuries or lost wages. The Perazzo Law Firm strongly recommends that those who can afford it, to supplement PIP with other insurance policies such as uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage. Following an accident in Miami or and Florida city or suburb, additional insurance coverage policies will help protect against medical costs for treating serious personal injury or even third-party wrongful death. If you, a friend or relative has been in an accident that has resulted in personal injury or damages, one of our Miami personal litigation or insurance claims lawyers can provide all the right answers to any questions concerning PIP and PD insurance coverage. The Perazzo Law Firm offers a FREE initial Consultation and ZERO OUT-OF-POCKET COSTS to its clients seeking compensation for injuries or damages from an insurance claim following an accident. Find out more about PIP and PD by visiting the Perazzo Law Firm page.

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