Category: Pedestrian Accidents
Higher vehicle speeds increase both the likelihood of a pedestrian being struck by a car and the severity of any injuries.
Cape Coral-Fort Myers Metro Area Declared One of the Most Dangerous Pedestrian Areas - Fort Myers Pedestrian Injury LawyerOctober 2, 2020 | Category: Pedestrian Accidents
Smart Growth America’s 2019 Dangerous by Design report showed the Cape Coral-Ft. Myers metro area ranked 8th in a list of the top 20 most dangerous pedestrian areas.
Are you planning a getaway to one of southwest Florida’s stunning beaches? While there are certainly plenty of reasons why you might want to escape right now, it’s also important to keep safety in mind. Florida’s beloved Fort Myers area has much to offer by way of sunshine and relaxation. However, with an abundance of cars on the road, unfamiliar visitors to the area are often involved in serious pedestrian accidents. If you’ve been involved in a pedestrian-related crash in southwest...
Fort Myers pedestrian injury attorney recognizes that more and more pedestrians are injured or killed every year because of driver negligence. Smart Growth America reported in 2020 Dangerous by Design that 2018 was the deadliest on record for pedestrians. U.S. drivers struck and killed 6,283 people.
WINK News reported on February 8, 2020, that pedestrian traffic fatalities are at an all-time high.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, more and more bicyclists and pedestrians are outdoors enjoying Florida’s environment and sharing the roads with motor vehicles.
The American Automobile Association (AAA) tested the reliability of automatic braking and other safety features and issued a warning. The technology drivers depend on to keep them safe may not do so.
Fort Myers, FL (March 18, 2020) Fort Myers police report a pedestrian was injured in an accident around 8:00 p.m. The driver left the scene.
Mulberry, FL (February 26, 2020) A semi-truck came around a curve, crossed over the white fog line, and hit Rafael Gandoy, 29, and Armando Melendez, 23, according to the Polk County Sheriff’s Office.
Lee County, FL (February 22, 2020) Daniel Legra-Matos, 61, tragically died in an accident in front of Lehigh Acres Regional Medical Center on Saturday night.