For those who keep up with the major races and, year after year, those who watch the Daytona 500, accidents or collisions
are not uncommon or unheard of. What is unusual, however, is to be leading in the final lap of the race when your car goes airborne, twice, and comes down in flames. This was the case for Ryan Newman on Monday at the Daytona 500, who was hurried off to a local hospital while Denny Hamlin went on to win the race.
Initially, onlookers believed that Newman was at risk of becoming an unexpected and tragic and unforgettable fatality, but within hours, doctors confirmed that his injuries were not, in fact, life-threatening. He was even alert enough to speak with his family within a day of the accident.
If you or someone you love has been the victim of a wrongful death, a personal injury, or a motor vehicle accident, please contact the law offices of Beers and Gordon P.A. for a free consultation. Our firm serves all of Seminole, Orange, Volusia, Lake, and Brevard counties, including Oviedo, Winter Springs, Altamonte Springs, Sanford, Longwood, Winter Park, Lake Mary, and Greater Orlando. Our attorneys have over 50 years of combined experience ready and willing to go the distance on your case. Call us right away at 407-862-1825.