Pedestrian Accidents

Are E-Bikes More Dangerous?

November 24, 2020

Electric bicycles (also called e-bikes) are at the center of a growing fad among bicyclists. Like all forms of transportation, these pedal-assisted inventions offer cyclists unique benefits as...

Late Appearing Symptoms Are Common After a Collision

November 10, 2020

Delayed symptoms following a vehicular accident can appear hours or days after the crash. For most people, symptoms are minor and usually subside within a few days after a collision. For other...

Rebuilding Lives After an Unexpected Accident

October 13, 2020

When you woke up this morning, you never thought about being the victim of someone’s reckless actions or negligent behavior. Unfortunately, it can happen without notice and a catastrophic...

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...

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...

Tips to Keep Your Kids Safe on Halloween

October 28, 2019

Kids and adults alike love Halloween. It's spooky, it's fun and trick-or-treating signals the start of the holiday season. Nonetheless, from candy to costumes, trick-or-treating can pose...

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...

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...


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