Is My Car Accident Injury Serious Enough for a Lawsuit?

If you were recently injured in a motor vehicle accident and wondering if you can pursue compensation with the help of an attorney, you should know that a consultation is the only way to know for sure. Every circumstance is unique. If you were seriously injured and believe the crash was fully or partially someone […]

Essential Questions to Ask in an Auto Accident Consultation

If you’ve been injured in an auto accident, your first concern should be getting the medical care you need. Catastrophic physical injuries can have lifelong implications, and it’s important to get on the road to recovery as soon as possible. Once your medical needs have been addressed, it’s usually a good idea to contact an […]

Common Car Accident Injuries and Treatments

Car accidents occur every minute of every day in America. Roughly 38,000 people are tragically killed in crashes in the U.S. each year, and several million more people are injured seriously enough to require a hospital visit. Injuries range widely from minor to catastrophic. Some of the most common injuries include: Brain and head injuries […]

What Road Hazards May Lead to Accidents?

Most motor vehicle accidents are caused by human error. Distraction, intoxication, recklessness – these are all instances of human error that cause crashes every day in America. But sometimes, it is the roadway itself or an obstacle on the roadway that contributes to the accident. That is one of the many reasons it is so […]

What Type of Evidence is Used in a Car Accident Case?

Getting in a motor vehicle accident is a scary, harrowing event. No one expects to get in a crash, even though hundreds of people across the country get in these accidents daily. When you contact an experienced accident attorney to handle your case, they will work to gather evidence to build the case. Examples of […]

Why is Drowsy Driving So Bad?

Driving while you are tired increases your risk of a motor vehicle accident. Oftentimes these accidents are single-vehicle crashes, but they may involve other vehicles on the road. They most often occur between the hours of 6 a.m. and midnight, as well as in the afternoon, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.  Our […]

What Happens If Someone Has a Medical Emergency While Driving?

In some of the scariest circumstances, a motorist may have a medical emergency while operating a motor vehicle. Certain medical emergencies can incapacitate the driver to the degree that they are unable to maintain the vehicle. A serious accident may result. Some of the medical emergencies most commonly seen in these cases are: Loss of […]

Is the Driver Behind You Always At Fault for a Rear-End Accident?

If you have been involved in a rear-end collision, you may be wondering if you are at fault or the other motorist. Whether you were the person in the front vehicle or the vehicle following, these cases are not always obvious when it comes to which driver is at fault. If you have any reason […]

Florida Motorist Safety When Sharing the Road with Bicyclists

In Florida, it seems like we have everything: beaches, ocean, sunshine, nightlife, art, family and friends. Unfortunately, we also have high rates of bicyclist fatalities. In fact, in 2019, Florida tied with Delaware and New York City as having the highest percentage of crash deaths involving bicyclists (at 5 percent of all crash deaths). That […]