A driver who crashed into a home, killing one and injuring five. An elderly driver who crashed into a medical building, sending two people to the hospital. A driver who pinned a man to the wall in his living room after running a stop sign and crashing into the man’s […]
Why Do Golf Cart Accidents Occur?
Golf carts are everywhere in Florida. While golf carts used to be reserved exclusively for the links, today golf carts crisscross neighborhoods and take families to restaurants and grocery stores on a daily basis. While golf carts provide a fun and easy mode of transportation, they can also be dangerous. […]
Can You Sue for Food Poisoning?
Food poisoning is extremely common. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), “[e]very year, an estimated 1 in 6 Americans (or 48 million people) get sick, 128,000 are hospitalized, and 3,000 die from foodborne diseases.” While most cases of food poisoning are relatively minor, as these […]
Most drivers rarely think about their tires. They never check their tire pressure, and they rely on their repair shop or dealership to tell them when it is time to buy a new set. But, driving on uninflated tires can be dangerous. While most modern cars, trucks and SUVs have […]
The Dangers of Tailgating
Tailgating can be dangerous—and even deadly. According to the National Safety Council (NSC), of the more than 40,000 fatal car accidents in Florida and across the United States each year, nearly 20 percent involve rear-end collisions. Many of these collisions are the result of tailgating. Data from the National Highway […]
Back-Up Accidents: How to Avoid Them
Back-up accidents are common. From crowded parking lots to city streets and neighborhood driveways, these accidents happen in a variety of locations under a variety of scenarios. In many cases, avoiding a back-up car accident simply won’t be possible. If another driver reverses into you at speed, you may be […]