An estimated 165,000 motorists, cyclists, and pedestrians are injured every year by red-light runners. Florida topped the list of red-light runners in 2020.
The United States Coast Guard (USCG) reported in 2020 that Florida ranked No. 1 nationally in both recreational boating accidents and fatalities on the water. Florida has ranked No. 1 every year since 2015.
Consumers often rely on government and independent crash tests when they are purchasing a vehicle. They compare the crash performance of one vehicle vs. another vehicle in making their decisions.
According to an Ipsos poll, 77 percent of Americans back federal action requiring vehicle technology to prevent drunk driving.
There are many garbage trucks in our communities every day. Most frequently, they are on smaller, narrower streets. They make multiple stops and have workers on foot around them. When accidents happen, they usually cause serious injuries.
The only thing between drivers and the road is their tires. If drivers drive on under-inflated tires, it is dangerous and the leading cause of tire failure.
Approximately 3,000 teens die every year in traffic accidents, and 20 percent of 16-year-olds will be in an accident in their first year of driving.
How to Establish Claims for Slip and Fall Injuries Slip and fall accidents can be life-changing causing permanent injuries and disabilities. They can happen anytime, anywhere, including on private property, business property, and public property.
Rear-end crashes are responsible for injuries, fatalities, and property damage every year. Experts say they are among the most common types of car accidents.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) statistics show an average of 312 fatal accidents per year. Some of these fatalities are the result of drivers using alcohol and marijuana.