If you intend to file a personal injury claim, there are steps you can take from day one to put yourself in a favorable position to secure compensation. While there’s no foolproof strategy to win a substantial settlement or verdict—legal proceedings are, after all, inherently unpredictable—following these tips could give your case a better chance of success:
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January is Move Over Month, and the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles are encouraging all drivers to abide by the state’s Move Over law and move over for emergency and service vehicles stopped along the roadway. The law was implemented in 2002 to protect law enforcement, emergency responders, tow truck drivers and other public service vehicles when they are stopped and providing assistance on the side of the road.
Top Ranked Models for LATCH Safety Restraint Systems
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety recently released new rankings regarding the ease-of-use for child safety seats after evaluating 170 current model vehicles. Three models earned the top rating of “Good+”—Audi Q7, Lexus RX and Toyota Prius. No vehicle obtained this top distinction last year.
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Schools are out for the summer, and it’s almost time for a summer road trip with the family. Before packing up the SUV and heading out on the road, one of the most important things to do is to ensure that there are sufficient seatbelts and properly installed car seats for your children.
Many individuals mistakenly believe that driving in large cars or SUVs offer greater protection. However, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), almost 50% of the individuals killed in car crashes are not restrained by a proper seat belt (regardless of the size of the vehicle). Thus, it is always important to properly restrain your children.
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Summer is rapidly approaching, which means many Floridians and tourists will be heading out for some sun and fun on the water. As enjoyable and relaxing as a day out on the water may be, it can also be dangerous if certain safety guidelines are not followed. According to the United States Coast Guard, hundreds of people are killed and thousands are injured each year due to careless boating and watercraft accidents.