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Common Causes Of Distracted Driving

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Although we may like to believe we are in full control of our actions at all times, the reality is that we live in a distracted world.  Companies, technology, and other people and pets are constantly vying for our attention.  While sometimes a little bit of distraction can be fun and perhaps even therapeutic,… Read More »

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Uninsured Motorists In Florida: What The Law Says

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In terms of stressful life situations, few things can compare to the experience of being in an auto accident, especially one that causes personal injury.  No matter if this is a driver’s first accident or their fifth, the actions to take following the crash can seem daunting and confusing.  This is a large reason… Read More »

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Vehicle Dashboard Cameras: What Florida Residents Should Know

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One of the fundamental challenges facing the majority of court cases in the United States is proving who was at fault.  When a driver gets into an accident due to someone else’s negligence and suffers a personal injury as a result, he or she will likely want to take legal action against the other… Read More »

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Young Drivers In Florida: Understanding Parental Responsibility Laws

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As many parents know, teenagers are prone to engaging in risk-taking behavior.  While there is a biological reason for this uptick in risky behavior, it doesn’t necessarily mean that teens and their parents are off the hook for personal injury and property damage that occur as a result. Like many states, Florida has its… Read More »

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Hit By a Student Driver in Florida? What Residents Need to Know

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Learning to drive  is arguably one of the most important milestones for teenagers in America.  Learning the rules of the road means logging hours of driving practice in the real world, which can be a nerve-wracking experience for parents and driving instructors.  For example, the state of Florida alone logged just over 400,000 car… Read More »

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Car Accidents in Florida: When to Take Legal Action

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Nobody expects to be in a car accident, but the reality is that in 2019 there were just over 400,000 car crashes reported in the state of Florida alone, resulting in over 250,000 injuries. If you are one of these unfortunate individuals to be injured in a car accident, you are likely looking for… Read More »

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Following Correct Braking Distances Saves Lives

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As any driver knows and should keep in mind, following correct braking distances saves lives. If a driver doesn’t keep enough distance from a vehicle ahead, a collision becomes more likely. Simply keeping that distance between yourself and the car ahead of you compensates for delayed reaction times, offering a much better outcome in… Read More »

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Is Your Child’s Winter Coat Putting Them in Danger?

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Every parent wants the best for their child and wants to keep them as safe as possible. In the winter, this means bundling up with warm winter clothes that will keep them cozy no matter what. While we here in central Florida don’t get too many cold days, it’s still understandable to want to… Read More »

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Rear-Ended in Florida? Three Times You Might be Blamed

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One of the most common types of car accidents that can occur is due to being rear-ended, otherwise known as a “fender bender.” These accidents can be the result of any number of factors, but they are one of the most common types in the Sunshine State. Because Florida is a “no-fault” state, meaning… Read More »

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Speeding While Driving is Dangerous, Period

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It’s reasonable to want to get to your destination in as timely a manner as possible. However, sometimes we are running late, or are simply excited, and we want to speed up the process to get there faster. Unfortunately, a lot of people speed while driving, sometimes intentionally and sometimes entirely inadvertently. However, speeding… Read More »

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