Truck Driver Dies in Central Florida Accident

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A tractor-trailer driver was pronounced dead after an accident near Lake Helen, Florida along Interstate-4 in Central Florida. The truck went off the roadway and several Good Samaritans began performing CPR on the driver. The accident happened at approximately 10:30 a.m. on September 4, 2016. The driver has not been identified and was taken to a local hospital. Investigators are determining whether a pre-existing medical condition was a cause of the crash.

Pre-Existing Medical Condition Caused The Crash

This semi-truck looks to have jackknifed off to the shoulder of the highway. If this driver suffered a sudden medical emergency behind the wheel, then he pulled off a miracle by getting his truck off the road and out of harm’s way with the last energy that he had.

Availability Of Workers’ Compensation Death Benefit

A pre-existing medical condition such as a cardiac or diabetic condition that can result in a sudden loss of capacity or function can be a stress related workers’ compensation injury. A death on the job in Florida typically carries a $150,000 death benefit under workers’ compensation.

Contact A Central Florida Semi-Truck Accident Attorney For Help

If you or a loved one has suffered an injury as a result of a Central Florida truck accident, please contact a Central Florida semi-truck accident attorney for a free consultation.


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October 29, 2016