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New Law in Florida: Driving with Hazard Lights on in the Rain is Now Legal
Published: July 1, 2021
If you have driven in Florida, you have driven in a heavy rainstorm. These seem to come out of nowhere, with little warning and can reduce unlimited visibility to zero visibility in a matter of seconds. What should you do? Good Safety Measure Or More Of A Hazard? Florida drivers will be allowed to use
Gov. DeSantis Vetoes No Fault Repeal Legislation
Published: June 30, 2021
Gov. Ron DeSantis has vetoed legislation that would have ended Florida’s no-fault rule after mounting pressure from critics who argued the bill would push up rates for many drivers. The bill DeSantis vetoed (SB 54) cleared the Legislature in April, and landed on the Governor’s desk Monday. The measure, carried through the Senate by Zephyrhills Republican Sen. Danny Burgess,
Hiring A Lawyer Doesn’t Mean You Are Going to Court
Published: June 27, 2021
It’s a very common misunderstanding.  Clients assume that if they go and hire a lawyer for a car wreck or personal injury case, they will be “going to court.”  This is not entirely accurate.   In fact, it’s rarely accurate at all. The Job of Your Personal Injury Lawyer.   Hiring a lawyer for your car
How Your Car Accident Case Is Impacted By Not Wearing A Seat Belt
Published: June 23, 2021
Everyone knows that wearing a seat belt is a smart choice. Study after study has shown that people who wear seatbelts are far more likely to sustain fewer and less serious injuries in car wrecks than those who don’t. A front-seat passenger who wears their seatbelt reduces their risk of a fatality or serious injury
Your Car Is Stolen And Then In An Accident – Are You Liable?
Published: June 12, 2021
We get calls every once in a while, where somebody says, I was in a wreck and the car that hit me was reported stolen – is the owner of that car liable? It’s a good question because you would think that if somebody steals my car, I’m not going to be responsible for it.