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Category: Car Safety

6 Unexpected Driving Habits That May Land You In A Collision [Infographic]

Posted in Car Accident Law,Car Safety,Personal Injury on March 7, 2018

You’d be surprised, but not everyone drives with the same amount of awareness and attention towards the road like you do. Even the smallest action like picking up a wrapper from the floor, which may not be a big deal, could easily turn into a disaster. It’s within that sudden moment where the unexpected happens… read more

How Does a Chain Reaction Accident Happen and Who Is at Fault?

Posted in Car Accident Law,Car Safety,Personal Injury on March 2, 2018

You’ve probably seen news stories about multi-car pileups and huge crashes on your local highways. How do these “chain reaction” crashes occur, and how do the police determine who is responsible for damages? A “chain reaction” crash is simply one with three or more vehicles that become involved in a series of crashes. It can… read more

The Importance of Wearing a Seatbelt

Posted in Car Accident Law,Car Safety,News,Personal Injury on August 4, 2015

Motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of death and injuries among millions of Americans every year. 2.2 million Americans were treated in emergency departments as the result of being injured in a motor vehicle accident in 2014. Wearing a seat belt is the most effective way to save lives and reduce the amount of… read more

New Ideas to Combat Hot Car Dangers

Posted in Accident Involving Children,Car Safety,News,Personal Injury on August 26, 2014

We all know that parents’ days are full of responsibilities, errands, and running around that leaves them open to distraction. But in the summer, this distraction can prove to be fatal for children left behind in hot cars at the store or in the driveway. With recent headlines reporting the latest rash of hot-car tragedies… read more

Car Seat Safety

Posted in Accident Involving Children,Car Safety,News,Personal Injury on June 30, 2014

Car seats protect our youngest and most vulnerable passengers from harm in the event of an accident or collision. Smaller bodies are much more likely to slip out of seat belts, or wiggle around in a seat, or fly forward on impact, and car seats are a safe, reliable way to ensure that your child… read more

Self-Driving Cars and Safety

Posted in Car Accident Law,Car Safety,News,Personal Injury,Truck Accident on June 9, 2014

Although you may not be able to purchase a self-driving car from your local car dealership yet—or even anytime soon—great advances are being made in smart car technology that could make our roads safer, car accident attorneys in Fort Lauderdale report. A recent article from Slate Magazine highlights the self-driving car and its strategic abilities… read more

Staying Alive on I-75

Posted in Car Accident Law,Car Safety,News on May 24, 2014

Last month, Florida Highway Patrol troopers rolled out a new program for the safety of the coming summer months, in efforts to follow the new national initiatives for safe driving practices. Titled “Staying Alive on I-75,” the program will be targeting distracted driving and other habits that take a driver’s attention off the road and… read more

Florida Legislators Push Booster Seat Law

Posted in Accident Involving Children,Car Safety,News,Personal Injury on April 1, 2014

Last month, state legislators voted to support a new bill that would make it booster-seat use mandatory for children from the ages of 4 to 7. The bill, SB 518, was passed with a unanimous vote by the Florida Senate Transportation Committee, and will be implemented later this year. Personal injury attorneys in Fort Lauderdale… read more

Medical Emergency Removes Liability in Car Accident

Posted in Car Accident Law,Car Safety,News,Personal Injury on March 17, 2014

Liability in a rear-end car accident is usually easy to assess as the fault of the second car. But according to car accident attorneys in Florida, these cases are not always as cut-and-dry as they seem, especially ones that involve unforeseen circumstances. In a recent case, an appeals court in Florida threw out an existing… read more

Older Driver Safety

Posted in Car Accident Law,Car Safety,News,Personal Injury on January 26, 2014

At 18 percent of the state’s population, Florida leads the country in residents age 65 or older, and this percentage is steadily increasing. Over the next 15 to 20 years, according to data from the United States Census, nearly 30 percent of the state’s population will be over the age of 64, with many of… read more