Every year there are approximately six million vehicle accidents in the United States, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Of these, approximately one-third are multi-vehicle crashes or pile-up collisions.
The U.S. Department of Transportation's Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS) reported in 2021 that pedestrian motor vehicle crash deaths increased 51 percent since their low point in 2009.
Insurance coverage can be complicated to understand. Many decisions are made when purchasing vehicle insurance. One of these decisions is whether to have "stacked" or "non-stacked” coverage. What is the difference?
The risks of being in a motorcycle accident in Florida are high in comparison with other states. Thousands of motorcyclists experience life-changing injuries and even death on our roads.
Speeding and colliding with other vessels are two of the most common accidents caused by reckless Florida boat operators.
Florida enacted school zone speed limits and restrictions to protect the safety of children, teachers, parents, and other pedestrians. Many motorists fail to adhere to school zone safety laws.
Florida’s I-95 ranks number two and US-1 ranks number five in a list of the 10 most dangerous roads in the U.S. Some of these accidents involve truck drivers causing wide-turn accidents.
The National Safety Council (NSC) reports that many Americans choose to travel by car over holiday weekends, and vehicular travel has the highest fatality rate of any form of transportation based on fatalities per passenger mile.
Whether you are driving a rental car or are in an accident with someone else who is driving a rental car, it is important to know your rights and what you need to do according to Florida law.
The Move Over for People Act adds clarity to existing Florida statutes.