Category: Car accident

Understanding Florida’s No-Fault Laws

The concept of ‘no fault’ coverage sprung up in 1971 in Massachusetts. The goal was to formulate a legal structure that mandated insurance coverage to ensure all drivers had some coverage in accidents without having to determine ‘fault’ in the accident (hence the term ‘no fault’). Since 1971, 11 states and Puerto Rico have established no-fault […]
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Most Common Causes Of Florida Pedestrian Accidents

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 5,000 American pedestrians are killed in traffic accidents each year. Another 129,000 pedestrians are injured in traffic accidents. Since pedestrians are at greater risk (no vehicular protection, airbags, or seat belts), every U.S. state must do everything possible to improve pedestrian safety.[1] Florida Pedestrian Accidents, What Causes […]
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Distracted Driving

As cell phones have become a regular part of American life, using a mobile phone while driving is now a leading cause of accidents. Each year, more Floridians get into serious crashes due to not driving safely, with cell phones being a big part of the problem. And what are Florida drivers doing with their […]
Young man in the car using his phone while driving

The Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Lawsuits

In 1982, the U.S. Marine Corps discovered dangerous chemicals known as volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in the drinking water at the U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, North Carolina. However, the contamination actually began in 1953 and continued to expose base workers, service members, and their families until 1987, according to the Agency […]
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