With Florida’s tourism season comes our busiest days on the water. We all must be diligent in protecting our passengers and others on our beautiful waters.
Sometimes people involved in vehicle accidents or slip and fall accidents sustain soft-tissue injuries. Soft-tissue injures may seem mild and less concerning than more visible wounds, but if they are left untreated, they can be equally dangerous.
Our school children are vulnerable when they are loading and unloading from school buses. School bus safety is an important issue for Southwest Florida.
We believe strongly in the importance of self-esteem, goal setting and teamwork for our young people. This is why we support the mission of the DasHuh Basketball Foundation.
Make Safety a Priority - Every year, many of us make New Year’s resolutions. They seem to be part of the passage from one year to the next. When thinking about making these resolutions, why not include making safety on the road a priority?
We wish everyone a happy and safe New Year’s. Please enjoy your celebrations with friends and family and plan ahead should the celebrations involve alcoholic beverages.
Florida’s beautiful weather and scenery are conducive to taking to the roads on motorcycles. However, more than 4,800 motorcycle deaths happen annually. Knowing what to do ahead of time is important.
As we enter our busiest season, many tourists will be enjoying boating on our waters. We feel it is important to remind boaters that boating under the influence is not only illegal but dangerous.
Sixty-seven percent of vehicle headlights earned a marginal or poor rating because of inadequate visibility, excessive glare from low beams from oncoming drivers, or both.
Nearly 27.1 million vehicle drivers and passengers did not buckle up in 2016. There is no doubt that seat belts save lives.