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Florida Motor Vehicle Accident Injuries Motor vehicle accidents occur for a variety of reasons. Things such as distracted driving, drowsy driving, reckless driving and driving under the influence have all resulted in car crashes at one point in time. In fact, as per the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, or NHTSA, car accidents occur every […]

Semi-Truck Accidents in Florida and the United States as a whole On the over 164,000 miles of the US National Highway System, there are millions of semi-trucks weighing over 10,000 pounds sharing the road with passenger vehicles every day. The tremendous amount of freight moved in America throughout the year would be impossible without the […]

Nighttime Vehicle Accidents in Southwest Florida If you have a license to drive in Florida, life, work, and family often necessitates you drive at night. Nighttime driving is often perceived as more dangerous than daytime driving. In reality, the rate of highway fatalities at night versus during the day is almost the same. However, it […]

Passenger Van Accidents in SW Florida When a car is too small, and a bus is too big, a passenger van may be just right. Passenger vans are large vehicles usually designed to transport 12-15 people. Organizations often use passenger vans because they are convenient for transporting small groups and are less cumbersome to drive […]

Parking Lot Car Accidents Parking lot accidents are a far too common occurrence. Oftentimes pedestrians and drivers are lulled into a false sense of security because the pace of traffic is much slower than on the roads. Whether you are a pedestrian or a driver parking lots can be an especially dangerous place mainly due […]

Head-on Automobile Accidents Between 2014 and 2015 Florida had a 17.8% increase in automobile fatalities according to the Insurance Information Institute (III). One of the most deadly forms of automobile accidents is the head-on collision. Head on collisions between two vehicles are almost always the result of human error. Unfortunately, many times the victims of […]

First Responder Safety Originating in South Carolina, the Move Over Law is designed to protect first responders from being injured or killed while performing their job duties. The law currently applies in all 50 states as well as Washington D.C., and in general, the law states vehicles approaching an emergency vehicle should change lanes and […]

Nighttime Driving The National Safety Council has found that drivers are three times more likely to be involved in a fatal crash at night. Nighttime driving presents additional challenges to drivers everywhere, and each year on November 6th Daylight savings comes to an end, shortening our time with daylight. Darkness, compromised vision, fatigue, rush hour, […]

Teen Driver Accidents School’s out for Summer and the roads will be shared with many teen drivers during this summer break. A common belief with teen drivers is that they are often not as careful when driving as with older more experienced drivers. This inexperience and lack of caution can lead to automobile accidents. Educating […]

Passenger Accidents Every time you get into a car as a passenger, you are implicitly trusting the driver with your health and livelihood. You expect the person behind the wheel to remain vigilant, focused, and controlled. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. If you are a passenger in a vehicle involved in an accident, […]