"With the average driver covering more than 12,000 miles annually and spending an average of 18 hours 31 minutes in the car weekly (WSJ 9-24-12), technology through smart apps can assist drivers in making smart choices when driving. These "smart" choices could prevent auto accidents and injuries and save lives", says Randall Spivey, Personal Injury Attorney in Ft. Myers, FL.
Attorney Randall Spivey, Spivey Law Firm Personal Injury Attorneys, P.A. says, "If you know people who inappropriately drink and drive, their behavior is costly. It's costly in many ways, not the least of which are the potential of bodily injury or death. " DUI drivers should think about...
Spivey Law Firm, Personal Injury Attorneys, P.A. Ft. Myers, FL warns adults to be careful in the storage and disposal of medications. Safe Kids Worldwide released new research in March reporting that the percentage of all child poisoning deaths due to medication has nearly doubled from 36% to 64% since the late 1970's.
Learn about recalls quickly. National and international news happens at such a rapid pace that sometimes vehicle, tire and child restraint recalls don't get the news coverage they deserve. Attorney Randall Spivey recommends NHTSA Email Notification.
The U.S. Government through the CPSC, FDA and NHTSA works to save lives and keep families safe by reducing injuries and deaths associated with consumer products. What is the difference between them and how to use them to keep everyone safe?
What happens if you are in an accident with an uninsured/underinsured motorist? Ft. Myers, Florida Personal Injury Attorney has the answer.September 19, 2012 | Category: Uninsured Motorist Claims
Despite the Florida law requiring motorists to carry a minimum coverage of $10,000 personal injury protection (PIP) and $10,000 property damage liability (PDL), people involved in accidents may find that the driver causing the accident does not have this insurance or is underinsured. What should they do?
Before renting a car, make sure the car you're renting hasn't been on the "Recall List". According to the Detroit News June 12, 2012 "3 major rental car firms refused the pledge not to rent or sell unrepaired recalled vehicles."
Vehicles have changed, roads have changed, and laws have changed. Edgar Dale, the American educationist who developed the Code of Learning shows that after 2 weeks we tend to remember only 50% of what we hear and see, and 10% of what we read. How long ago was it, again, since you've had a "safe driver" course?
"You have only two years to file a wrongful death lawsuit in the State of Florida..."
Even though it's been 10 years since Florida's "Move Over Law" went into effect, accidents and injuries to emergency responders are still happening. What should motorists do when they see flashing emergency lights?