Sunday, December 16th is the Southwest Florida American Bikers Aimed Toward Education’s (ABATE’s) 8th annual ride to the Douglas T. Jacobson State Veterans Home in Port Charlotte, Florida. “We at Spivey Law Firm, Personal Injury Attorneys, P.A. are proud to be sponsoring this wonderful event honoring those who served to protect us, again this year,” said Attorney Randall Spivey, Fort Myers Motorcycle Accident Attorney. Bikers are meeting at Sun Sports Cycle, Fort Myers, Florida....
Almost every day a motorcycle accident occurs in our tri-county area. Many of these accidents are the result of other drivers not knowing how motorcycles operate, especially how motorcyclists use their braking systems.
Southwest Florida is a busy place. This is particularly true during the tourist season, as our population seems to explode. When this happens, vehicle accidents increase. We often see the results of these accidents when we are backed up on I-75 for miles.
Two school bus crashes occurred in 2016, one in Maryland and one in Tennessee. According to the National Transportation Safety Board, they had something in common: “a lack of oversight when it came to making sure the bus drivers were fit to drive.”
Retailers and property owners have many responsibilities when it comes to their customers and employees.
Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the holiday season. It is a time when families and friends join together to give thanks and enjoy one another’s company. Unfortunately, Thanksgiving also marks the beginning of a dangerous season and is one of the most dangerous times to be on the road.
Research shows that 2.5 million vulnerable individuals are at a much higher risk for abuse and neglect when residing in nursing homes or assisted living facilities than older people living at home.
Florida’s population is increasing every day. Experts agree that rapid growth can have both positive and negative effects. One such effect is an increase in traffic accidents.
School bus accidents do not need to happen. Children are defenseless as they head to their buses and are no match for vehicles.
Statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration show nearly 840,000 blind-spot accidents occur each year in the United States, resulting in 300 fatalities.