With Thanksgiving just around the corner, we wanted to remind everyone of some travel safety tips! This week starts the beginning of the busiest time of year leading all of the way into April. With holidays, snowbirds traveling south, and the hustle of city life, it’s important to be proactive
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If a dog has bitten you in Florida, the law is on your side. In Florida, dog owners are strictly liable to the victim for dog bite injuries. That means the dog bite victim does not have to prove their injuries were a result of an owner’s negligence. Dog bites
Case evaluations allow lawyers to connect with injured victims and dive into the details of their incident, in order to determine if there is a valid claim or case. It is important that the individual be given space after an accident to ask questions freely and express concerns.
When you’ve been in an accident, it’s easy to look at your potential medical bills and think “how am I going to pay for this?” We assure you that getting checked by a doctor is to your benefit. Just because you can’t see it, doesn’t mean your body isn’t experiencing
Move with the flow of traffic to get your car to a safe place. Try your best to stay close to the spot the accident occured. Check all passengers and call 911. If you have been in a car accident of any kind, you should call the authorities immediately, even
HOW COVERED ARE YOU, REALLY? Don’t wait to think about this question until after you’re involved in a car accident. A recent study showed that 20% of drivers in the state of Florida are not insured. What does this mean? If you were in an accident tomorrow, and the at
Motorcycle Safety starts with both car drivers and motorcyclists sharing the road, actively practicing safe driving techniques, and staying alert at all times. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, per vehicle miles traveled in 2019, motorcyclists were about 29 times more likely than passenger vehicle occupants to die
While wrong-way drivers (WWD) are not the top reason for crashes in Florida, they do account for a large amount of fatalities and serious injuries when they happen. If you see a wrong-way driver, here is what to do: Use immediate caution and move to another lane Reduce Speed Pull
As ride-sharing (ie: Uber, Lyft, etc.) becomes more popular all over the world, it’s important to be proactive about rider safety. Here are a few safety precautions to follow: Review the driver profile before you step into their car. Find out their name, how well they’re rated, comments from previous
Did you know that in Florida vehicles must yield or stop for individuals legally crossing the street at an intersection? This also applies to bicyclists and motor vehicle drivers. Failing to yield could result in a citation and/or three points on your driver’s license. Not to mention, you could severely