Myles Garrett Involved in a Severe Miami Car Accident

The Cleveland Browns defensive player, Myles Garrett, 26, was involved in a potentially severe car accident on September 26th in Miami, FL. He was in a single car accident where he flipped his Porsche suffering from a sprained shoulder, strained biceps, and some minor cuts. Myles was driving on a rural roadway after practice and had an unidentified female in the passenger seat.

State troopers that arrived on the scene found the vehicle on the side of the road after it flipped multiple times. They didn’t suspect any drugs or alcohol to be involved, and when approaching the vehicle, Myles and the female passenger were wearing their seat belts.

Myles and the female were transferred to the hospital to be treated in emergency care. After being medically assessed, it was found that Myles didn’t suffer any fractures or a concussion. However, it is unclear if Myles will be able to play in Sunday’s game in Atlanta.

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Michael A. Feiner is a partner in the Fort Lauderdale office of Steinger, Greene & Feiner. Since being admitted to the Florida Bar in 2001, Michael has devoted his practice to representing plaintiffs throughout Florida in various tort and strict liability cases and has successfully litigated cases against national insurance companies, large public companies, and governmental agencies, resulting in tens of millions of dollars for his clients. He has handled all types of personal injury and wrongful death cases on behalf of plaintiffs, including automobile negligence, premises liability, medical malpractice, product liability, dog bites, and sexual harassment. Michael’s product liability case against Microsoft, as well as his representation of victims of sexual harassment and abuse by physicians, has garnered him important media attention at both the local and national levels. Michael is an experienced trial lawyer and successfully argued an appeal to the Fourth District Court of Appeal. In the reported decision Ortlieb v. Butts, 849 So.2d 1165 (Fla. 4th DCA 2003), Michael persuaded the Fourth District Court of Appeal that a directed verdict on liability was appropriate where the defendant did not rebut the presumption of negligence of a rear driver in a rear-end collision.