Florida remains one of the more dangerous states for bicyclists. There needs to be a change in culture so cycling is not only less risky, but also perceived as safe.
On November 4th, Floridians turned the clocks back one hour. This one hour makes a difference in driving conditions and causes more accidents.
The most recent statistics released by the Federal Highway Safety Administration showed that the vehicle miles traveled in the United States in 2016 exceeded 3.2 trillion miles. This is the highest since the statistics were first tracked.
Governmental agencies say we need to prepare for automated vehicle use and the effects of human drivers.
Saturday, October 6, was supposed to be a special day for those who were celebrating a 30th birthday, but it was not. The limo accident caused everyone to ask, “Should there be stricter requirements for limo drivers?”
National Teen Driver Safety Week is October 21 through October 27. We would like to provide assistance to parents and guardians by providing a parent-teen driving agreement.
Many Floridians frequent stores and restaurants at night; when doing so, they expect to be safe. However, inadequate lighting in parking lots and around establishments represents a potential hazard.
From the period of 2012 to 2016, 44 percent of all people killed in motor vehicle crashes on Halloween night were crashes which involved a drunk driver, according to NHTSA statistics.
Every day we hear about at least one drunk-driving accident in Florida. A 65-year-old man was the victim of a drunk-driving accident 18 years ago. His life was changed forever.
We at Spivey Law Firm, Personal Injury Attorneys, P.A. are proud to be the main sponsor of the Southwest Florida ABATE Chapter’s 8th annual veterans’ ride.