On Tuesday, August 28, just before 6 a.m., students from Homestead High School were involved in a fatal crash. The accident occurred Near SW 112th Ave and SW 248th St, near the Florida Turnpike. The Miami-Dade Police have confirmed that a Scion was driving south on 112th Ave when the driver veered right onto the dirt shoulder. The driver over corrected and then veered into oncoming traffic. The Scion crashed into an SUV and a Honda Odyssey, which were both headed north on 112th Ave. The driver and passenger in the Scion, both students of Homestead High School, were ejected from the vehicle. Shandel Mio, 15, was pronounced dead at the scene. He was a freshman at Homestead High School, and he had recently moved to Florida from Peru. The other student was airlifted to Kendall Regional Medical Center. The other vehicle’s occupants were taken to Jackson South Community Hospital with less severe injuries. If you lost a loved one or were seriously injured in a car accident in Miami-Dade, contact Gerson & Schwartz P.A. at (305) 371-6000. We can help.
Pursuing Compensation After a Deadly Crash
After losing a loved one, such as a spouse, parent, or child, in a collision, it is hard to think about money. However, it is an ever-present issue. Following such a loss, your family can be left with many bills, emotional and psychological harm. If your loved one was transported to a hospital after a crash, you may be billed for the ambulance ride and the emergency room visit. Even with health insurance, these can be significant bills.