When you are behind the wheel of a car, safety should always be your number one priority. This does not mean simply staying off your phone while you are driving, it also means staying focused while you have passengers, when your favorite song comes on, or when your dog starts barking in the back seat.
After a car accident, you may believe that you are fully partially at fault. Does this mean that you should claim fault in the accident? No, in fact it is never wise to admit fault. This is not to say that you should always claim that you are innocent, but rather that it is wiser to refrain from saying anything that may incriminate you.
So, you were involved in an accident. You've submitted your claim to the other driver's insurance, but it was denied. Now what are you supposed to do? After all, it seemed like a pretty open-and-shut case when you were at the scene. While this kind of situation may seem like the end of the road, it is not. In fact, it is rather common for insurers to deny a claim if they find any particular reason to justify doing so. Fortunately, an experienced attorney knows how to push back against the insurer and pursue a fair resolution to your accident.
In 2013, two 21-year-old women were killed in Florida in a wrong-way crash. State traffic officials started installing flashing signs, cameras and other warning system measures at entrance ramps.
Car crashes can lead to very serious injuries, depending on the force and type of the crash. People who are involved in a crash should know about some of the different injury types so that they can pay attention for signs of these injuries after the crash.
The Coca-Cola Firecracker 250 at Daytona is only a few days away. Race fans are flocking to the area. Add these fans to the normal summer crowds and throw in the Fourth of July holiday coming up and it is easy to see why the roads are going to be crowded over the next couple of weeks.
Over the past seven years, more than 12,000 people have suffered injuries and 218 murders in the U.S. that happened because of road rage. It's also against the law. Road rage and aggressive driving are often thought to be one and the same, but there are subtle nuances between the two that are important to know.
A busy stretch of road in Marion County has seen yet another car accident. Local residents say that Southeast 183rd Avenue Road should be called "Daytona 500" because they see crashes on the four-mile stretch at least once a month. This time, a teenager died.
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A tragic crash involving an SUV and a Honda hatchback on I-95 near New Smyrna Beach has claimed the lives of two women from Virginia who are believed to be mother and daughter.