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Why Teen Drivers Are Losing Their Lives in Older, Smaller Cars
When teenage children are old enough to start driving, parents may look to buy an older and smaller car for them.
St. Louis Car Accidents and Traumatic Brain Injuries
More than 53,000 Americans die each year due to traumatic brain injuries resulting from car accidents.
When Should You Stop for a Stopped School Bus?
In Florida, the basic tenet is that all traffic in both directions must stop for a school bus with its warning lights flashing.
Does Waze Cause Car Accidents?
Several police departments and national police associations have recently blamed the popular Google App Waze for encouraging drivers to speed and making the roads more dangerous for all.
Passing Safely to Avoid a Car Accident
Use the following steps to determine your safe passing time.
A Quick Guide to Slip and Fall Injury Claims
Every year, over 1 million emergency room visits are the result of slip and fall accidents. If you have been injured because of another person's negligence, be aware of the steps you need to take to protect your legal rights.
Car Accidents are the Leading Cause of Concussions
Car accidents are the leading cause of concussions in Florida. Concussions are a form of traumatic brain injury.
Motorcycle Accidents – Injured Passengers
Passengers on motorcycles who are injured in an accident may be able to recover for their injuries.
Aggressive Driving and Road Rage in Florida
Aggressive driving and road rage cause accidents. The key is to avoid becoming aggressive and to avoid those drivers that have become aggressive or erratic.
How Much Insurance Should I Have on my Sixteen Year Old Driver?
Everyone knows that teenagers are extremely likely to get in an accident. So the question becomes how much insurance coverage should you carry on a teenaged driver. My answer, as much as it takes to protect your assets.
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