Accident survivor’s home is renovated
Danielle Hagmann is lucky to be alive! She survived a horrific car crash with her spirit intact, and now she is the lucky recipient of generous help donated by local companies.
Local general contractor DeAngelis Diamond has recently completed the renovation of accident survivor Danielle Hagmann’s home to be wheelchair accessible.
In April, Hagmann was driving on I-75 north of Fort Myers. She stopped to help an accident victim and while helping was struck by another vehicle from behind. She had both of her legs severed as a result.
Hagmann’s medical bills will reach $2 million throughout her lifetime. She was in immediate need of two prosthetic legs, a powered wheelchair, therapy and medical care. In addition, a renovation of her house to make it wheelchair accessible was necessary.
Local companies that donated their time and resources alongside DeAngelis Diamond to help complete the project were: Inpro Corp., Suncoast Doors, South Florida Plumbing, Kabar Electric, GFA International Inc., Studio+ Architecture, AA Stucco & Drywall Inc., Waste Connections Inc., Techniq Surfaces, Montgomery Cabinets, Lee County—Tad Delnay and Randy Sims, Law Offices of Matthew P. Flores, Service Painting of Florida, Commercial Concrete Systems Inc., AMVETS Post 50 North Fort Myers, Kim Jackson and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers.
Thank you to all who helped Danielle in her efforts to overcome! It is great to see local businesses come together to help one of our own.