Category: Automobile Accidents
Driving anywhere can be dangerous, but that’s especially true in the state of Florida. Florida ranks number two nationwide for accidents caused by distracted driving, just barely trailing behind Louisiana. Every year, 50,000 car accidents are caused by distracted driving, and 200 of those car accidents result in a fatality.
Roundabouts may cause fewer accidents than intersections, but a Fort Myers accident lawyer believes motorists need to avoid unsafe driving practices when traveling through them.
Accident investigations are important in determining liability in vehicle accidents, says a Fort Myers personal injury lawyer.
Being over-worked and over-tired is the norm for many drivers on U.S. roadways. A good night’s sleep is a necessity to prevent the effects of fatigue.
Frequently, devastating car accidents happen even when the at-fault driver is driving “under the speed limit.” However, driving under the speed limit does not relieve drivers of their duties to avoid collisions.
Fort Myers Personal Injury Attorney Randall L. Spivey Achieves Settlement for Client Injured When a Work Van Ran a Red LightOctober 15, 2020 | Category: Automobile Accidents
Because the insurance company for the defendants refused to provide a reasonable settlement offer to compensate the victim of this accident which she did not cause, Spivey Law Firm, Personal Injury Attorneys, P.A. filed a lawsuit on our client’s behalf to seek just compensation for her injuries and damages.
Fort Myers Personal Injury Attorney Randall L. Spivey Achieves Settlement for Victim of Rear-end AccidentOctober 6, 2020 | Category: Automobile Accidents
Rear-end accidents are statistically one of the most common types of collisions in the country. Unfortunately, rear-end accidents are especially common in Southwest Florida. Rear-end accidents are almost always preventable by the vehicle that rear-ends the other.
In 2019, the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety surveyed 2,714 licensed drivers ages 16 and over to complete its annual Traffic Safety Culture Index (TSCI). The drivers who reported they had driven at least once in the previous 30 days completed an online survey.
As we come to the end of the summer season, more people will be driving around Southwest Florida. Fort Myers Car Accident Lawyer Randall Spivey would like to share some defensive driving tips.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that rear-end collisions are the most frequent type of crashes. They are responsible for about 29 percent of all nation-wide car accidents. The 3-second rule for a safe driving distance can help alleviate this situation.