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What Makes Big Trucks So Dangerous on Florida’s Roadways?

By Meldon Law |

Travelers injured by accidents involving big trucks could face substantial and ongoing physical and financial harm. The size and weight of big trucks often result in more serious injuries that ultimately create higher medical costs and a greater amount of lost income. Additional factors that contribute to Florida truck accidents include: Braking time takes… Read More

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What Do Florida’s Seat Belt Laws Say?

By Meldon Law |

All drivers must wear a seat belt while operating a vehicle. All passengers in the front seat of a vehicle must wear a seatbelt. Any passenger under the age of 18 in the backseat of a vehicle must wear a seat belt. Children three and under must be a in a federally approved restraint… Read More

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What Exactly Does Florida’s Texting While Driving Law Mean?

By Meldon Law |

The law was passed to protect the overall safety of everyone using the roadways. Texting while driving is a secondary offense. This means an officer can only pull you over if you commit a primary traffic offense and then issue you a citation for texting while driving. A primary offense is one that an… Read More

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