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Category: Car Accident Law

Is Lane Splitting Legal in Florida?

Posted in Car Accident Law,Car Safety,Motorcycle Accident on October 18, 2018

Motorcycle lane splitting refers to driving between two lanes of traffic moving in the same direction, on the line between lanes. Lane splitting is a hotly debated topic among motorcyclists and non-motorcyclists alike, with some arguing its safety and others believing it to be unnecessarily dangerous. Currently, the only state to legally permit motorcycle lane… read more

What Should I Avoid Doing After an Accident? 

Posted in Car Accident Law,Car Safety,News,Personal Injury on August 29, 2018

Each day, millions of people hit the road in South Florida. While most drive safely and do not experience any issues, an unfortunate number are also victims of auto accidents. Whether the result of bad luck, weather, or criminal neglect, car crashes can have significant legal consequences. Following a car crash, consider these several important… read more

Will My Car Insurance Increase Following an Accident?

Posted in Car Accident Law,Car Safety,Personal Injury on August 24, 2018

With warm weather, sunny beaches and plenty of outdoor activities, Fort Lauderdale attracts thousands of visitors daily. Whether a local or tourist, however, large crowds and heavy traffic increase the risk of accidents. Nobody wants to plan for a car accident on his or her beach vacation, but it is an unfortunate reality for many… read more

What Should I Do After a Car Accident in Fort Lauderdale? 

Posted in Car Accident Law,Personal Injury on August 24, 2018

Many tourists come to Fort Lauderdale and South Florida every year to enjoy the beautiful beaches, sunlight, and great weather, but with so many drivers on the road – both local and out of state – car accidents are a real threat any time of the year. Drivers involved in an accident should follow an… read more

Can I Sue Someone for Texting and Driving?

Posted in Car Accident Law,Car Safety on July 16, 2018

Distracted driving continues to present a threat to public health and safety. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 3,450 people lost their lives as a direct result of distracted driving in 2016 alone. Although many different types of distracted driving exist, texting is one of the most dangerous types and often leads to… read more

3,450 Distracted Driving Deaths in 2016

Posted in Car Accident Law on June 14, 2018

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, distracted driving claimed the lives of 3,450 across the United States in 2016. We wanted to see where exactly these fatalities were occurring, and the circumstances in which they happened. We worked with data visualization agency 1Point21 Interactive to create this map displaying every single fatal crash… read more

4 Things to Know Before You Talk to the Insurance Company

Posted in Car Accident Law,Insurance Law,Personal Injury on June 14, 2018

Conversations with insurance companies are commonplace after personal injury accidents in Fort Lauderdale. You will need to talk to your own auto insurance company in Florida after a car accident, or your employer’s insurance company after a workplace injury. You may also need to talk to an at-fault party’s insurance company in a negligence-related incident…. read more

Liability in Car Accidents Caused by Rain

Posted in Car Accident Law,Car Safety on May 25, 2018

Weather can be one of the most dangerous aspects of driving in some cases, so it’s vital for drivers to understand how rain can affect driving and a driver’s liability for car accidents. The likelihood of car accidents happening increases during rain, so drivers should know which factors can lead to liability for these accidents…. read more

Florida Pushes New Texting While Driving Law

Posted in Car Accident Law,Personal Injury on April 8, 2018

Too many Floridians take the privilege of driving for granted and do not recognize the responsibilities that come with getting behind the wheel. Texting and driving is one of the deadliest forms of distracted driving on the roadway, yet the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates at least 660,000 drivers use their cell phones… read more

Living in a No-Fault State Like Florida and What It Really Means

Posted in Car Accident Law,Personal Injury on April 7, 2018

Florida is just one of 12 states that follow no-fault insurance laws. These rather unpopular laws mandate that car accident victims must seek damage recovery through their own insurers regardless of who was at fault for the crash. It also makes it difficult to bring a lawsuit against an at-fault driver for bodily injury or… read more