Category: Personal Injury
Florida is ranked as one of the most dangerous states in which to drive so it is important to be prepared for the possibility of being in an accident.
July 4, 2021 is a 4-day weekend. In our endeavor to make this a more enjoyable and safe holiday for everyone, we focus this blog on common July 4th accidents.
After an accident, it is important to hire the right attorney to fight for your rights because only the right attorney can hold negligent parties responsible.
Accident victims who have been injured because of the negligence of another have a limit on the amount of time they have to file a personal injury lawsuit.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, many are seeking an alternative form of travel, work style, and entertainment. One popular way to get around is the recreational vehicle (RV).
Sixty-six percent of all adults in the United States are taking at least one prescribed medication; however, just because a drug is legal does not mean that it is safe to drive after taking it.
The holiday season is usually the busiest season for shopping areas and parking may become more difficult. There is also less daylight during this time and some parking areas can be poorly lit. All of these factors make holiday shopping prone to more parking lot accidents.
Data shows there were over 507,000 hit-and-run incidents in Florida between 2015 and 2019, with over 1,000 resulting in fatalities.
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.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) says the Carnival Cruise Line helped fuel the COVID-19 crisis in the United States.