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Distracted Driving Is a Risky Behavior

September 15, 2020

Were you injured in a car accident by a distracted driver? Many victims have no idea if the person who caused the crash was distracted at the time the collision occurred. After all, distractions...


Do You Know the Leading Cause of Auto Accidents?

August 13, 2020

Distracted Driving: A Leading Cause of Accidents For most Americans, driving an automobile is a daily occurrence, so much so that it almost becomes second nature. This makes it easy to become...


Riding Your Bike to Work? You Still Need to be Careful...

August 4, 2020

Whether it’s for environmental reasons, for exercise, or just for fun, the number of Americans riding bikes to work instead of driving cars is on the rise. But, along with this rise comes an...


An Interstate Crash Can Happen So Fast...

July 23, 2020

“It all happened so fast” is often echoed as law enforcement officials investigate a multiple vehicle collision on one of Florida’s busy Interstate highways. You would think that...


Auto Accident Fatalities Spike During Pandemic

June 22, 2020

Surprisingly statistics released by the National Safety Council* indicate that the number of motor vehicle fatalities per mile driven increased by 14% compared with the numbers from March 2019....


Settling a Pedestrian Accident Can Be Tricky When You Don't Own a Car

April 21, 2020

That’s right. Although you have personal injury protection as an injured pedestrian who registered a vehicle in Florida, other injured walkers who need medical attention may have to seek...


Whose Auto Insurance Pays for a Passenger's Injuries?

April 7, 2020

You have likely heard that Florida is a "No-Fault" insurance state, which it is. But, do you understand how that impacts you as a passenger who was injured in an auto accident? Florida is one of...


Is Lane Splitting Legal During Daytona Bike Week?

February 25, 2020

It is almost that time of year when Florida roadways are filled with bikers heading to and from the "Mecca of Motorcycle Racing" at Daytona Beach. Regardless of where you live in north Florida,...


Is Ridesharing Safer Than Taking a Taxi?

February 11, 2020

Heavily marketed as a safer alternative to taking a taxi, rideshare apps are nothing more than a socially accepted form of hitchhiking for a nominal fee. In fact, ridesharing business models...


How Good Are You at Multitasking Behind the Wheel

January 28, 2020

If you think you are better than average at multitasking while driving, you might be in for a surprise. According to the summary research examined by the American Psychological Association,...


Tips for Avoiding Railroad Crossing Accidents

January 14, 2020

According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, there are thousands of auto accidents each year that involve a collision with a train. This is due, in part, to the fact that from a distance...


Can You Sue for Damages Due to Unsafe Road Conditions?

November 29, 2019

Across our great nation, road conditions seem to be deteriorating at a faster rate than they are being fixed. Although federal and state laws require counties, cities and towns to design, build...


What Happens When Alcohol Is Involved?

December 26, 2018

Dram shop laws enacted in most states makes a business that sells alcoholic drinks or a host who serves liquor to a drinker who is obviously intoxicated (or close to it), strictly liable to anyone...


How Autonomous Vehicles Could Impact Driving Laws

January 22, 2018

The speed at which technology is developing and interacting with our daily lives has been growing at an accelerated pace in recent years. Things considered science fiction only a decade ago are...


Are You Protected in a Rideshare Accident?

October 20, 2017

Uber and Lyft (the latest "car and driver for hire" businesses) have quickly made ridesharing the preferred mode of transportation over taxi cabs and shuttles. However, when it comes to operating...


 

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