It is the holiday season. Not only are stores packed with shoppers, so are parking lots packed with vehicles and pedestrians. According to the Institute for Highway Safety, parking lot accidents account for more than 20% of auto insurance claims.
Without a doubt, car accidents typically bring about a myriad of problems for the drivers involved. But what if there are passengers in the vehicles at the time of the accident? What happens if they sustain injuries during the collision? Thousands of passengers are injured in motor vehicle accidents every year in Florida, but knowing what to do after incurring an injury as a passenger can become a bit complicated, particularly because the passenger usually knows the driver. If you are the...
Some individuals who are involved in automobile accidents might not be aware that if they are injured by a person who was operating a vehicle while performing his or her job duties, the driver's employer might be held legally responsible. Regardless of whether the employer is a business, a public agency or a private individual, the employer may be held legally responsible if the driver is found to be at fault for causing the accident. Fort Myers personal injury lawyers are well aware that...
We at Spivey Law Firm, Personal Injury Attorneys, P.A., are pleased to join ABATE (American Bikers Aimed Toward Education), Southwest Chapter, a not-for-profit, safety, education and advocacy motorcyclist organization, in honoring our veterans in Charlotte County by sponsoring the 33rd annual Christmas Motorcycle Run.
With the holidays approaching, there will undoubtedly be a number of holiday festivities and parties taking place. Fun and good times are to be had by everyone, but it is important to keep safety in mind, especially during the holiday season.
Physical recovery is the number one priority of the injured. However, there are a number of things clients can do to protect their personal injury claims while recovering from an accident.
Thousands of people sustain major brain injuries every year throughout the United States. Some brain injuries are more serious than others and the reasons they occur can vary. According to attorney Randall Spivey, it is crucial for individuals who have sustained blows to the head to obtain treatment as soon as possible, particularly if they have lost consciousness at any time after an accident.
During the holiday season, everyone is either going to, or having, a social gathering. Teens are no exception. Socializing with friends is a teen way of life. How they socialize is the responsibility of parents and guardians.
The holiday season is approaching, and everyone is busy shopping, decorating, and attending and hosting holiday parties. MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Drivers) and AAA (American Automobile Association) are speaking out about keeping the holidays safe.
At this time of year, most people have shopping lists, and high on these lists are toys. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission reported that in 2011 at least 13 children under the age of 15 died in toy-related incidents, and an estimated 262,300 toy-related injuries were treated in U. S. emergency rooms during the same year.