What Should I Do If I’ve Totaled My Car In Florida?
March 23, 2020 • Car Accident Lawyer Miami
Totaling a vehicle is not something anyone wants to happen. Unfortunately, accidents are not uncommon in Florida, and if the insurance company has determined that your vehicle is indeed totaled, you need to know what your options are. Here, we want to discuss how insurance works when a car is totaled in Florida and whether… read more
What Is Talk-and-Die Syndrome?
March 23, 2020 • Wrongful Death Lawyer Miami
Talk-and-die syndrome is not something we hear a lot about, but it is something that needs to be discussed because understanding the dynamics of this kind of injury can save lives. Talk-and-die syndrome revolves around what seems like a relatively minor head injury, but is in reality something much more severe. There have been many… read more
What is Florida’s Bicycle Helmet Law?
March 18, 2020 • Bicycle Accident
We have plenty of people who ride bicycles in Florida. However, bicycle riders face a higher risk of serious injury or death in the event an accident occurs. One way to curb these injuries and fatalities is to wear a helmet while riding. However, there are often many questions about what Florida law requires when… read more
What Is Considered Distracted Driving In Florida?
March 16, 2020 • Car Accident Lawyer Miami
There is no denying that distracted driving is incredibly dangerous. However, there are many types of distracted driving behaviors that cause harm on Florida roadways. Unfortunately, many deaths and injuries happen each year despite efforts by government agencies to curb instances of distracted driving. Here, we want to discuss what constitutes distracted driving behavior. Florida… read more
What are the Florida Right-of-Way Laws?
March 11, 2020 • Car Accident Lawyer Miami
Most people have heard of the right-of-way, but it can still be a confusing concept depending on what type of vehicle we are talking about. The Florida Driver Handbook covers right-of-way laws on all four roadways. Here, we want to discuss some of the most common situations in which the right-of-way needs to be known… read more
How is Pain and Suffering Calculated in Florida?
March 9, 2020 • Our Blog
Car accidents frequently cause injuries to those involved. Unfortunately, car accident injuries can lead to major medical expenses for victims. In many cases, car accident victims may also experience immense pain and suffering due to the car accident and the correlating injuries. Compensation can be available for pain and suffering, but it is not as… read more
Florida Motorcycle Passenger Laws
March 4, 2020 • Our Blog
There are plenty of motorcycle enthusiasts in Florida who enjoy the sensation and freedom of riding on two wheels. However, motorcycles are inherently riskier than traditional passenger vehicles, so it is important to know the state’s motorcycle laws, particularly those concerning passengers. Here, we want to discuss the most important Florida motorcycle passenger laws you… read more
Do I Need A License For A Moped In Florida?
March 2, 2020 • Our Blog
Motor scooters, or mopeds as they are popularly called, have become very popular in Florida. These vehicles are relatively inexpensive to buy and to ride. Whether Florida residents and visitors use mopeds as their main method of transportation or for recreational purposes, it is important to understand the laws surrounding mopeds in Florida. Is a… read more
When Bicyclists Are Responsible For A Florida Car Accident?
February 27, 2020 • Bicycle Accident
Florida offers fantastic bicycle riding weather pretty much all year round. When most people think of accidents involving bicyclists on the roadway, they think of the incident as being the driver’s fault. However, what happens when a bicyclist is responsible for a Florida car accident? Who is responsible for paying compensation for damages in these… read more
What Type Of Insurance Are Uber And Lyft Drivers Required To Have?
February 25, 2020 • Car Accident Lawyer Miami
A decade ago, most people would have found the idea of getting into a stranger’s vehicle and paying them for a ride was ridiculous. Now, however, rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft are household names. Millions of rides take place each year with these companies, and many drivers in Florida make money operating rideshare vehicles…. read more