Category: Pedestrian Accidents
School children are vulnerable to the potential of pedestrian accidents. The Lee County Sheriff’s Office is making their protection a priority.
Crosswalks may seem to be safe for pedestrians, but even with Florida’s pedestrian safety law, they may not be safe enough.
As everyone is out enjoying holiday festivities, accidents happen. We encourage you to be mindful of the following safety tips.
Southwest Florida is growing, and new developments are being built. As the population increases, there is a risk of even more pedestrian injuries and tragic deaths.
Being an injured victim of a hit-and-run accident is a problematic situation requiring the assistance of a Fort Myers hit-and-run accident lawyer.
Headaches are symptoms of potential injuries. Accident victims should seek immediate medical attention.
Pedestrians are tragically killed or injured in the U.S. every day. Walkable communities and safe driving will reduce these preventable accidents.
Personal injury cases are decided by the evidence, and the evidence is presented by various means, including photographs.
National Walking Day will lead to more pedestrians sharing the roadways with motorists. It is important for motorists to always be vigilant when driving to avoid pedestrian accidents.
There are several factors contributing to Florida pedestrians being more likely to be injured here than in most of the other states in the nation.