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Vehophobia Accident Lawyer
In Miami, the Perazzo Law Firm represents motor vehicle accident victims as a result of Vehophobia
Vehophobia is a condition that affects motorists and passengers of motor vehicles. The condition is like most phobias and can be considered dangerous to anyone that share roadways and streets. Vehophobia can result in motor vehicle accidents when the condition is severe and not treated effectively. In Miami, the attorneys at the Perazzo Law Firm understand vehophobia and how this condition can be prevented and save motorists suffering from this condition from the grief of dealing with the legal implications following an accident.
There were 42,915 fatal traffic accidents in 2021, with a rise of 10.5% when compared to the previous year. This according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which adds that more than 6 million reported traffic accidents across the country. With figures such as these, vehophobia is on the rise throughout cities in Florida.
VEHOPHOBIA IN FLORIDA
Information and stats provided by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, 7, 670,861 registered motor vehicles currently operate in Florida. This includes motor-vehicles such as motor cycles, cars, and trucks, which turns Florida into the most dangerous states for motorists (see Why is Florida the Most Dangerous State for Driving?).
If you, a friend, or relative was involved in an accident, in Miami, the attorneys at the Perazzo Law Firm, highly suggest contacting their Miami or North Miami Beach law offices immediately for a FREE initial consultation.
The most common symptoms that represent vehophobia can include the following:
- Sudden anxiety when operating a motor vehicle
- Sudden loss of breath while driving or as a passenger
- Increased cardiac activity
- Spasms and tension in muscle areas
- Pressure in the thorax area
These symptoms can become worse as time goes by and the condition goes untreated. As time passes, vehophobia can reduce a driver's ability to properly operate their vehicle and increases the possibility of causing or falling victim to an accident. The good news is that drivers suffering from vehophobia are currently able to hire an Uber or Lyft. Sadly, passengers that place their trust in a stranger can suffer similar conditions as those that experience symptoms of vehophobia. Furthermore, passengers within an Uber or Lyft have little certainty that they will not be involved in a car accident and can experience any of the effects of vehophobia (see UBER/LYFT ACCIDENTS).