Florida State Coach Involved in Car Crash

A Florida State football coach, Jimbo Fisher, was involved in a two-vehicle car crash on Saturday morning near the college campus. The accident took place in Tallahassee at around 7:30 a.m. when Fisher’s Mercedes Benz S550 collided with another vehicle and then struck a utility pole. Fisher was not injured in the crash but the driver and passenger of the other vehicle did suffer moderate injuries. Currently, authorities are unsure of which driver caused the accident and the investigation is ongoing.

Car accidents are responsible for more deaths and injuries than any other type of accident. The occurrence of an auto accident is so frequent that a typical American has the chance to be involved in several accidents during their lifetime. Regardless of the severity of an auto accident, the vast majority are caused by the negligence of a driver, vehicle manufacturer, roadway engineers, or another party. If you have been the victim of a traffic accident, you are likely to have grounds for an auto accident case if another party is at-fault. Insurance companies may offer you compensation for your damages; However, that amount is often much lower than what you deserve.

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