Stay Safe During the Most Dangerous Holiday of the Year!
As you gear up for your Memorial Day Weekend, keep in mind that the other drivers on the road are just as eager to get to their celebrations as you are. According to a study recently released by the National Coalition for Safer Roads, MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND IS THE MOST DANGEROUS HOLIDAY FOR ROAD AND HIGHWAY ACCIDENTS.Read More
Distracted Driving? Which Behaviors Are The Most Deadly?
It has long been known that drivers increase their risk of a crash when driving distracted. Now, thanks to research from the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, we know exactly how much of a risk drivers are taking. According to the research, drivers double the likelihood they will crash when they choose to engage in distractingRead More
Top 7 Misconceptions About Personal Injury Lawyers
You got into a crash, you’re hurt, your car is wrecked – what now? Your insurance company is giving you a hard time. Call a lawyer! Oh, I don’t know a lawyer. Injury lawyers are all the same. False. Although all injury lawyers have a law degree (presumably – lol), there are big differences inRead More
Do I Always Need to Report an Accident?
With more than 7 million vehicle collisions a year (as per the National Highway Traffic Administration) and approximately 2,7 million car accidents in Florida, how often are these crashes catostrophic? While most wrecks are fender benders and cause light damage, there are still millions that cause catastrophic damage including traumatic brain injuries, spinal injuries, debilitatingRead More
Hundreds Are Killed In Parking Lot Crashes Annually
This past month, the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles heavily promoted their #ShareTheRoadFl campaign, as a way to remind automobile drivers that bicyclists, motorcyclists, and commercial vehicles all have the same rights and responsibilities on the road. As successful as the campaign has been, drivers often neglect these same responsibilities in parkingRead More
What State Has the Most Motorcycle Deaths?
A study conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has revealed that the most motorcycle deaths in the country during 2015-2016, occurred in the state of Florida. According to the Governors Highway Safety Association, 4,486 motorcyclists lost their lives in the United States during the subject time period. The American Automobile Association (AAA) reportsRead More