Category: Automobile Accidents
The news media reports that the intersection of SR-80 and County Road 833 (CR-833) is under question after an unusually high number of wrecks in the area.
The National Sleep Foundation (NSF) announced on September 10 that the 2019 Drowsy Driving Prevention Week will be November 3-10, 2019. The campaign’s goal is to reduce the number of sleep-deprived drivers.
The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) has designated October 20-26, 2019 as National Teen Driver Safety Week. In order to help you communicate with your young drivers, we are providing a complete copy of the NHTSA 2019 “Talking Points” fact sheet for parents.
The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety (AAA) published a study in 2018 that showed Florida was among the top three states with the highest per capita rate of fatal hit-and-run crashes.
A camera caught a driver making an illegal U-turn on a Cape Coral Bridge exit ramp, just before the toll booth. Not only did the wrong-way car nearly sideswipe a car coming toward it, a surveillance video showed the same driver later crashing into another driver.
Motorists were injured in a multi-car crash on Daniels Parkway at Gateway Boulevard on the morning of October 19.
Tuesday afternoon a car rolled over after a crash on Collier Boulevard. Preliminary reports say at least one person was hurt.
A new report from the American Automobile Association Foundation for Traffic Safety (AAA) says deaths caused by red light runners hit their highest rate in 10 years.
In the first three months of 2019, there has been an increase in the number of accidents caused by drivers failing to move over for emergency responders.
If you’ve been injured in a car accident in which the person responsible for the accident was “impaired” (but not actually intoxicated), then you may still be entitled to compensation under Florida law. In fact, Florida provides an alternative route to liability for plaintiffs who can establish that the defendant-driver was functionally impaired, even if they did not violate the legal limits.