Jeep crashes into a Fort Lauderdale home; Car Hits Tamarac strip mall: An Accident Attorney’s Take.


Car crashes into buildings and homes are more common than you may think. According to the Sun-Sentinel, on Monday, December 4, 2023, two vehicles struck structures in Tamarac and Fort Lauderdale in two different instances.

At about 3 p.m., a pickup truck driver crashed through a business in a Tamarac strip mall, sustaining minor injuries, according to a Tamarac Fire Rescue spokesperson.

According to the source, the motorist collided with a bakery’s warehouse in the 7100 block of North University Drive, a strip mall. There was no hospital visit for the driver.

Reportedly, the area had a “strong odor” after the truck crashed through the structure and onto the oil and cleaning supply shelves. A hazmat team was called in.

In the 2300 block of Southwest 36th Avenue in Fort Lauderdale, a woman operating a Jeep collided with a house just after ten in the morning. According to Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue Battalion Chief Garret Pingol, the woman pulled off the road, went through the yard, and entered the back of the vacation rental house.

According to the Fire Rescue Battalion Chief, the Jeep was entirely within the house when the fire rescue arrived, and they had to remove her from the vehicle. The woman inside the jeep was in serious yet stable condition when she was brought to the hospital.

In Florida, when a driver crashes into a structure, causing damage or injury, they may face significant legal liability. Under state law, property owners and any injured parties within the structure can seek compensation for damages. Similarly, passengers in the vehicle who suffer injuries due to the driver’s negligence can also file claims.

For insurance coverages, both homeowners and automobile policies may cover the loss.

At Kaiser Romanello Accident & Injury Attorneys, our experienced Florida auto accident attorneys play a crucial role in such situations. They can help the injured parties navigate the complexities of personal injury law, including determining liability, filing insurance claims, and, if necessary, pursuing legal action to recover compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other related costs.

Kaiser Romanello Florida car accident attorneys have the expertise to assess the specific circumstances of the accident, gather evidence, and negotiate with insurance companies. They can also represent the injured parties in court if a fair settlement cannot be reached through negotiations.

If you or someone you know has been injured in an automobile accident in Florida, reach out to Kaiser Romanello Accident & Injury Attorneys at 844-877-8679 or use their easy-to-fill-out consultation form for a free consultation with a Florida accident attorney with decades of experience recovering millions of dollars in damages for Florida accident victims.