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Younger Drivers More Susceptible to Distracted Driving and Cause More Crashes

Key Points of This Article: The NHTSA cites cell phones, in addition to driver inexperience, as the primary factors in distracted driving accidents among teenagers and people under the age of 25. People who drive distracted are more likely to cause crashes that are more severe for passengers, bicyclists, pedestrians, other drivers and the distracted […]

How the CarFit Program Helps Decrease Accidents on the Road

Key Points of This Article: Sometimes car accidents are caused by driver error, which includes vision impairment, failing to use signals or seatbelts and other issues related to driver comfort. The CarFit program sets standards for fitting each person to their car, which allows the proper use of vehicle safety features and promotes safer driving. […]

Now That Scooters Are Street Legal in Florida – What Scooter Riders and Vehicle Drivers Should Know

Key Points of This Article: A new bill legalizes electric scooters across the state of Florida as a result of a year-long pilot program in Tampa. Each Florida city has the authority to regulate scooters. Scooters can be dangerous and unpredictable, so it’s important to understand local regulations and drive/ride safely. Do you know electric […]

Semi-truck Accidents Cause Devastation on Tampa Bay’s Roads Especially at Highway Speeds

Key Points of This Article: People perish in at least 300 accidents involving a semi-truck every year in Florida. A recent eight-car collision on I-75 shows just how dangerous semi-truck accidents can be. If you’re injured in a truck accident, protect your future by holding the right people responsible and getting the compensation your deserve. […]

How the Pulse Nightclub Shooting Shines Light on Negligent Security Even Today

Key Points of This Article: In Florida, landowners can be held liable for foreseeable third-party crimes. The Orlando Pulse nightclub shooting and others like it continue to raise concerns over negligent security. If you’re injured on someone else’s property, hold the right party accountable. If you own property, know your responsibility under Florida law to […]