Driver Injured After Crash With Semi-Truck In Lee County Lawyer

A driver was transported as a trauma alert after a Lee County crash Friday morning.

The Lee County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that it was assisting the Florida Highway Patrol with traffic control at Corkscrew Road and Veranda Village Boulevard after a crash with injuries.

According to the FHP, three vehicles were involved in the crash including a semi-truck hauling sod and two passenger cars. The road remains blocked while tow trucks head to the scene. The crash is still being investigated.

Estero Fire Rescue reported the two other involved drivers were not injured and cautioned people to be more careful when driving through heavy fog.

Comment from Anidjar and Levine:

Glen Levine, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash: “A driver has suffered serious injuries in the accident in Lee County. If you or someone you love was recently injured or killed in a car, truck, SUV or motorcycle accident, an attorney may be able to help you file a lawsuit to recover compensation for the expenses you are burdened with. The process of collecting damages from the party at fault is often complicated; however, our firm has the experience needed to navigate these types of claims.”

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