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High speeds, uncertain weather, and distracted driving are a recipe for disastrous accidents.

In Florida, interstates have a maximum speed limit of 70 mph. Let’s be real here, the majority of drivers are exceeding this limit. Every year, tens of thousands of people get into interstate and highway accidents in the United States. A blend of high speeds, poor road conditions, and distracted drivers are a dangerous and sometimes lethal combination.

Driver negligence is, unfortunately, the cause of the majority of auto accidents, but there could be other factors at play. At Loutos Law Firm, we always get to the bottom of the accident to build the strongest case.

If you or a loved one has been injured in an interstate accident, after receiving medical attention, your next move should be to contact an experienced accident attorney who has compassion and will seek to get the justice you deserve. That’s the Loutos Law Firm promise.


Factors That Impact Interstate Accident Claims

Each automobile accident is unique, because there are so many possible factors that could be at play. With so many factors in the equation, each interstate accident personal injury claim is unique and requires individual consideration. When evaluating your claim, all specific details and contributing factors need to be evaluated. Some common factors that can affect the outcome of an interstate accident include:

  • Lack of traffic signals in the area the crash happened

  • Drunk or distracted driving

  • Driver error

  • Road maintenance issues or poor road conditions

  • Condition of vehicle parts and vehicles involved

How We Help


If you or someone close to you was injured in an interstate auto accident, you may wish to speak to an interstate accident attorney. Loutos Law is a top personal injury law firm in the Jensen Beach area. Call Loutos Law to schedule a free initial consultation today!


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