FAQ Category: Car And Motorcycle Accidents

While Florida law respects a rider’s choice to “ride free” of a helmet, I urge motorcyclists and passengers to wear state-approved safety helmets. The only scenario requiring insurance arises when a 21-year-old or older rider chooses to bike without a helmet. Florida law states that if a rider 21 years…

As a Gainesville accident attorney I can tell you that this is a very good question for Floridians. With our rainy weather conditions hydroplaning can easily happen resulting in serious accidents such as the recent accident on I-75 that caused a 14 car-pile up and closed the Interstate for 6…

As an experienced local personal injury attorney, I’ve seen the tragic results of failing to buckle up. As a reminder, car crashes are the leading cause of death for pregnant women and their fetuses. Having said that, there are ways to make driving safer when pregnant-wear a 3-point seat belt…

Aggressive driving means driving under the influence of “impaired emotions.” While aggressive driving is responsible for 27,000 traffic-related deaths each year, it is a lifestyle choice. So, people can choose to change. The following questions may help you identify if you’re an aggressive driver. When you’re on the road, do…

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, NHTSA, a majority of drivers consider unsafe drivers a major threat to public safely. Aggressive drivers likely contribute to more than 6 million crashes every year and 27,000 traffic fatalities. So, what should you do when faced with an aggressive driver, who…

You are not alone if you have questions about what insurance Florida requires. Here, our founder, Jeffrey Meldon, shares his wisdom on why sufficient insurance is of utmost importance if you are involved in a serious accident with injuries – no matter who causes the crash. Whether Bodily Injury Liability…