#ShareTheRoadFL

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The Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles does such a great job at raising motorist awareness to keep our Southwest Florida roads as safe as possible. Every month, they cover a new topic in the safety of our roads, and this month of May #ShareTheRoad is the focus to increase awareness for bicyclists, and motorcyclists […]

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April is Distracted Driving Month

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Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles has declared April is distracted driving month and we join them in increasing awareness of the common distracted driving habits that many of us are guilty of. There are several different ways to drive distracted. Visually – Anything that takes your eyes off the road. Manually – Taking your […]

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Spring Break Injuries on the Rise

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A Spring Break is supposed to be fun but there are many risks for injury as students drink and party excessively. Sadly, Spring Break injuries have been on the rise in the last decade. Spring Break trips often coincide with DUIs and DUI related car accidents making the nine days of spring break a very […]

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Can you go without an attorney?

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Are there cases that happen where one would not need to hire a personal attorney and go it alone? Let’s find out. If you live in a no-fault state, like Florida, the rules do not allow you to sue unless your injuries hit a certain level in severity or cost. It may not be pertinent […]

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Be Cautious When it Comes to Trucks on the Highway

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How many times have you been driving on the highway and have passed a semi-truck that was going 75-80+ mph? This is considered an average speed for a normal vehicle, but can be the cause for serious damages when it comes to big rigs. The reason that these speeds are a huge safety concern for truckers […]

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Rental Car Insurance 101

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Tis the season for traveling! More and more people are traveling for the holidays and that typically involves renting a car. Unfortunately all of these extra cars on the road lead to increased accidents, and insurance policies can be drastically different when you switch from your own vehicle to a temporary rental. Here’s a quick […]

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5 Things to Keep in Your Vehicle in the Event of a Fender Bender

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  It’s that time of year again! Here in Southwest Florida we value the winter months not only for their cooler temperatures, but also for all of the visitors from the frozen north who will make this place their temporary homes. Of course, this means that there will be a sharp increase in traffic on […]

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Whiplash Neck Injuries

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If you’ve ever been in a rear-end car accident, you probably know what it feels like to suffer whiplash, also known as Whiplash Associated Disorder (WAD). Whiplash can result from almost any kind of collision that jolts the neck and shoulders. When a rear-end accident happens, the sudden impact forces your body forward, leaving the […]

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Minor Accidents & Fender-benders

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You get into your car, reach over to change the radio station and begin to back out of your space in the local grocery store’s parking lot. All of a sudden, another car from the lane behind you decides to back out and just as you try to put your foot on the brake to […]

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