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Florida Named Most Dangerous State for Pedestrians

Florida Named Most Dangerous State for Pedestrians

Florida Named Most Dangerous State for Pedestrians According to a 2019 report from Smart Growth America and the National Complete Streets Coalition, Florida carries the distinction as the most dangerous state for pedestrians.  The report, Dangerous by Design, found that of the 20 deadliest cities in the United States, 9 were in Florida. From 2008 to 2017, drivers killed over 49,000 pedestrians walking in large and small communities across the country.  During that same period, Florida accounted for over 5,400 of those deaths, second behind only California. The Central Florida area, comprising of the Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford areas, was ranked the most dangerous metro area...

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Holiday Travel Increases Chance for a Car Accident

Holiday travel and car accidents

Holiday Travel can significantly increase your chance of being involved in a car accident.  As 2018 comes to an end, it promises to be one of the busiest travel years we have had in some time.  AAA is forecasting almost 112.5 million more Americans will travel during this Christmas-to-New Years holidays.  Every travel avenue will see an increase in usage, including roadways which is expected to see 4.4% more travel than 2017. Christmas and the New Year are supposed to be times of joy and excitement.  However, with such busy roadways the danger of car accidents cannot be understated.  Combined with...

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Car Accidents and Florida’s PIP Law

Car Accidents and Florida's PIP Law

WHY IS FLORIDA CALLED A "NO FAULT" STATE? Ever wonder why Florida as referred to as a “No Fault” state?  The answer is fairly simple.  Florida is referred to as a “No Fault” state because it requires drivers to have a specific insurance coverage to lawfully operate a vehicle on the roadway.  This insurance coverage is called Personal Injury Protection, or “PIP” for short. PIP insurance coverage is governed by Florida Statute §627.736.  It requires every driver at least $10,000.00 in benefits to help pay for medical treatment or lost wages caused by a crash.  It also includes an additional $5,000.00 in death...

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Documenting the Injury Scene

When you are injured in a car accident, it's important to document the injury scene

If you have been injured, it is important to document the scene of your injury and preserve the evidence for later - even if there are eye witnesses. The Imperfection of Eye Witness Testimony While it is true that eyewitness testimony is some of the most impactful at trial, it is also considered one of the most unreliable forms of testimony.  One reason for this, according to a recent peer-reviewed article published on the National Center for Biotechnology Information’s website (part of the United States National Library of Medicine) is that memory is a reconstructive process.  When a person is asked to recall...

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