Category : Accidents

Wreck Your Florida Auto Accident Claim In Seven Simple Steps

Learning the Don’ts, So You Simply Don’t Do Them Waiting To Call The Police. Under Florida law, you have an obligation to report any accident that involves property damage or bodily injury. The police report made by the responding officer(s) could prove vital to your claim, as it should establish the facts of the accident itself (e.g., location, date, time),… Read More →

Talking Or Texting While Driving Is Dangerous.

In a study conducted by researchers at the University of Alberta, Canada, found that motorists who talk on cell phones while driving made more driving errors compared to drivers who were not engaged in phone conversations. The study revealed that these motorists were found to be much more likely to make common driving errors, including improper lane changes, driving at… Read More →

Uninsured Drivers And Auto Accidents In Florida: Your Legal Remedies

Having auto insurance isn’t a choice in Florida; it’s a requirement. Personal injury protection (PIP) in the amount of $10,000, as well as property damage liability (PDL) in the amount of $10,000 is required under Florida law. In addition to driver’s license suspension or revocation, a driver who is found without the proper amount of auto insurance could find themselves… Read More →

How Is Compensation Determined In Car Accident Cases?

There are five major factors taken into account to determine the settlement amount in a personal injury claim resulting from a car crash. The first is the amount of money spent on medical treatments and related expenses, such as medicines and drugs, professional fees and hospital bills. The second is damages to property; if a personal injury is the result… Read More →

Speeding May Not Get You There Faster; In Fact, It May Not Get You There At All!

Automobile accidents happen more frequently in Florida than anyone fully realizes – current statistics reveal that there’s a crash every 10 seconds, with close to 5 fatalities reported every hour as a result of those crashes. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that speeding is not only a major contributing factor in vehicle accidents nationwide, but also results… Read More →

Have You Been Injured In A Bicycle Accident?

Bicycle accidents can result in injuries, and these injuries can result in short- or long-term complications. Besides the common minor scrapes and bruising resulting from common spills, most serious injuries result from collisions with motor vehicles, which may include fractured or broken bones; internal injuries and bleeding; facial scarring and disfigurement; skull fractures and/or brain injuries (some resulting in coma,… Read More →

Do You Really Need Legal Help For A Minor ‘Fender Bender’ Auto Accident?

While “minor fender benders” in South Florida often result in negligible property damages, it is never safe to assume that such simple accidents always result in logical outcomes. “Fender bender” is a low-speed minor accident that can turnout exceptionally costly when all is said and done. Vehicle occupants, for instance, could have suffered injuries that were not immediately apparent at… Read More →

Have You Been Injured In A Boating Accident In Florida?

Surrounded by water, and home to thousands of lakes, rivers, and canals, boating is one of the most common recreational activities in Florida. It is meant to be a safe and fun way to enjoy Florida’s warm weather. Unfortunately, with so many boats traversing our waterways on a daily basis, accidents are bound to happen. According to Florida Fish and… Read More →

Is Your Teen Safe Behind The Wheel On South Florida Roadways?

Time flies, and all of a sudden your baby is a teenager and wants to drive. While this thought may inject a combination of pride and fear in the hearts of most parents, as it is the parent’s job to keep their children safe, there are things you can and should do to increase the chances that your teen will… Read More →

Memorial Day – Celebrate With A Plan!

Memorial Day marks the beginning of summer. Families and friends gather together for a picnic or barbecue. However, it’s important to celebrate safely, alcohol has become very common at most occasions as a tool to celebrate. Thus please remember, blood alcohol level of 0.08% or more is the qualifier for drunk driving. Much smaller levels can still put people at… Read More →

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