Teen Driving Laws in Florida: What Every Teen and Parent Needs to Know

Like many states, Florida has adopted a graduated licensing program and only issues driver’s licenses to teenagers who meet certain conditions. While many jurisdictions now use graduated licensing programs, details and requirements can vary from state to state.  And, given that some of the conditions… read more

Types of Car Accident Injuries

When a vehicle collides with another vehicle or an object, the vehicle stops suddenly. The vehicle occupants continue moving until they are stopped by a safety restraint, or hit another object, such as the steering wheel, dashboard, window, or the vehicle’s frame. Passengers who are… read more

Head-On Collisions – a Quick Guide

A head-on car accident occurs when the front end of two vehicles collide. Typically, these are vehicles travelling in opposite directions down the same road, moving toward one another. Head-on crashes don’t have to involve two passenger vehicles. They can involve any combination of vehicles,… read more

What is the Diminished Value Law in Florida?

If you have been involved in a car accident, it is important to understand what happens next. After you have received proper medical treatment, it is important to contact a trusted and professional car accident attorney. Your attorney will help you through every step of… read more

Factors Affecting Accident Liability

Getting into a car accident is a serious matter that may lead to injury or even death. In the event that you or a loved one have been injured in an auto accident, it is important to have an experienced attorney on your side to… read more

Buckle Up. Every Trip. Every Time.

Seat belts save lives. With constant vehicle safety technologies being invented and implemented every day, one thing remains the same in every car design: the seat belt. The “Buckle Up. Every Trip. Every Time.” campaign is designed to raise awareness of the importance of wearing… read more

Recognizing National Teen Driver Safety Week

Despite improvements in car safety over the past few years, motor vehicle crashes remain the primary cause of death for adolescents. In fact, teen drivers aged 16 to 19 are involved in over 4 times the rate of fatal car accidents as adult drivers aged… read more

Determining the Value of Your Personal Injury Car Accident Settlement

While every case is unique, many people often wonder how much money they would receive for their personal injury settlement. If you or a loved one has been involved in a car accident or has suffered personal injury due to the negligence of others, you… read more

The Dangers of Distracted Drivers

Despite clearer conditions and long hours of daylight, summer is one of the most dangerous times of the year when it comes to distracted drivers. Distracted drivers cause car accidents through negligence, recklessness, and various errors. During the summer more people are engaged with other… read more

Holiday Driving: Tips To Stay Safe

With the holidays right around the corner, most of us will be heading out to family gatherings, parties and social events to celebrate. While this is generally the happiest time of the year, a car accident or DUI can put a damper on the holiday… read more