Auto Accidents

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...

Who Is Liable When Technology Takes A Wrong Turn?

October 2, 2017

Since Google gave the world its first glimpse of a driverless car in action on a Nevada roadway, questions about autonomous auto accident liability have continued to grow. Coupled with the fact...

Do You Have to Prove the Other Driver Was At Fault?

August 8, 2017

No one leaves home expecting to be in an auto accident but car crashes occur more frequently than most drivers realize. On Florida roadways, car accidents are reported every day of a given year....

Who Is Responsible for Work Zone Accidents

June 23, 2017

Florida motorist may think that vehicular work zone accidents on state highways always result in injuries or death to construction workers. According to the statistical data provided by the U.S....

Who Will Be At Fault in a Driverless Lawsuit?

May 16, 2017

For most of us, we experienced an "Ah-ha" moment when we heard about Google's driverless car. The autonomous vehicle, a modified Toyota Prius, received the first licensure as a driverless vehicle...

DOT Accelerates Work on Deployment of Connected Vehicle Technology to Prevent Crashes

February 1, 2017

Officials with the US Department of Transportation are revving up work toward the deployment of Connected Vehicle Technology, designed to ultimately prevent hundreds of thousands of automobile...

Driver on Facebook Live Blamed for Fatal Crash

December 30, 2016

Earlier this month, we brought you the heartrending story of a fatal crash that took the lives of five people, including a young mother and her two small children in Tampa. Now,...

Safety Officials Embark on "Road to Zero"

December 16, 2016

The US Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Federal Highway Administration, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and National Safety Council...

New 'Quiet Car' Safety Standard Aimed at Preventing Pedestrian Injuries

December 2, 2016

The US Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently announced a new safety standard aimed at preventing some 2,400 pedestrian injuries each...

Snapchat Speed Filter May Prove a Factor in Crash That Killed Five

December 1, 2016

A popular but controversial social media feature may be to blame for the heartbreaking deaths of five people in Tampa late last month – and it's not the first time that Snapchat's speed...

"Blackout Wednesday" Kicks Off Deadliest Season for Drunk Driving

November 19, 2016

Chances are you're busily preparing for Thanksgiving Day with family and friends. Just be sure you're also prepared for "Blackout Wednesday," too. Blackout Wednesday, as it's called by police and...


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