Is Florida a No-Fault State? 

If you are ever involved in an auto accident, you will need to know with whom you must file your auto insurance claim. The state where you live will have a direct impact on this, as some states are fault-based insurance states, while others are no-fault. Still more, some take a hybrid approach.  Below, you… read more

How Often Does Someone Die in a Car Accident in Tampa?

Nearly 400,000 people call Tampa home, and many more commute from the surrounding area to work, shop, or unwind in the city. While Tampa has many of the amenities of similarly sized cities in the United States, it also has some of the same issues. These include traffic crashes that result in the deaths of… read more

Florida Golf Cart Laws

Golf carts are as plentiful in Florida as palm trees and beautiful beaches. In Pinellas County alone, there are around 1,900 registered golf carts described as “street legal.” This number does not include unregistered golf carts or those that people use on their private property or golf courses. Not only are these vehicles more environmentally… read more

5 Leading Causes of House Fires

House fires are among the most horrific and devastating occurrences one can experience. In one fell swoop, much of their worldly possessions, and even loved ones, can be lost forever. Even if everyone involved survives, anyone could experience significant burn injuries that leave them out of commission for a while or even permanently disabled. Fortunately,… read more

C2 Fractures: The Hangman’s Fractures

Spinal fractures can cause severe pain if left untreated. One of the most common spinal fractures to happen in a car accident is the hangman’s fracture. This is a specific kind of break of the C2 vertebra. If you have a hangman’s fracture or think you might, here’s what you need to know. What Is… read more

Florida HB 657: Enforcement of School Zone Speed Limits 

Whether you are distracted by your phone or rushing to get to work, speeding through a school zone can have catastrophic consequences. You may be pulled over for speeding and receive a citation. You could injure a student or teacher trying to cross the street. You could even hurt yourself in a collision with a… read more

Symptoms of a Broken Tailbone

Certain accidents and events can cause extensive trauma to the body. A broken tailbone is one of the numerous types of injuries you could experience. Damage to the tailbone is less common, so you may be unaware of your injury. Therefore, it’s helpful to know what signs and symptoms to look out for to get… read more

What You Should Know About GEICO Insurance Claims

GEICO Insurance Company is one of the largest insurers to provide automobile insurance in the United States. Therefore, even if you don’t have GEICO as your car insurance company, there is a good chance you might have to file a claim with GEICO because they are another driver’s provider.  The process of filing a car… read more

At What Age Can Kids Sit in the Front Seat of a Car in Florida?

As a parent, you want to protect your children. However, 607 child passengers aged 12 and younger died, and 63,000 were injured in car accidents in 2020. Placing your child in a proper child restraint system can help save their life. Part of this process is knowing where your child should be seated in your… read more

How Long Do I Have To File a Car Accident Claim in Florida?

It is important that you understand how long you have to file a Florida personal injury or wrongful death claim. If you miss the deadline, you could end up with no compensation. There are several deadlines that you need to be aware of. Florida’s No-Fault Auto Insurance System Florida administers a no-fault auto insurance system…. read more