Category: Automobile Accidents
Governor Ron DeSantis signed a bill into law which expanded individual cities’ authority to regulate electronic scooters. This bill lifts the restriction which limited the use of e-scooters to sidewalks and allows them to use public streets.
Defective vehicles and/or vehicle equipment have resulted in death and injury to thousands of drivers and passengers in the United States. In order to protect them and diminish the number of accidents caused by defective vehicles, it is important that every step of the recall process be followed in an expeditious manner.
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has designated September 1-9, 2019, Florida Drowsy-Driving Prevention Week.
The long lazy days of summer and vacations are coming to an end. Southwest Florida children are back in school. For most people, Labor Day weekend marks the start of the fall season.
Some Ford Explorer SUVs, F-150 pickups, and Fiesta and Focus models have transmission problems that are causing frustration and accidents.
Neck and back injuries can happen in any accident, including car, truck, motorcycle, boating, and slip and fall accidents. In more severe cases, neck and back injuries can be symptoms leading to temporary or permanent paralysis.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Auto Advantage reported that road rage and aggressive driving are causing serious problems on our roads.
Southwest Florida schools open in August. This means there will be more vehicles on our roads and children at bus stops. In 2018, the number one cause of accidents involving children and school buses was distracted driving.
Consumers are more likely to upgrade to newer, cleaner, safer cars if costly regulations don’t raise the price beyond consumers’ means.
On June 13, 2019, Governor Ron DeSantis signed into law a progressive autonomous vehicle bill (HB311), which paves the way for self-driving vehicles to operate on Florida roads without a human inside.