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Watch for Pedestrians

Accidents between vehicles and pedestrians are some of the most fatal types of accidents, along with head-on collisions, roll-over crashes, and bicycle accidents. These types of accidents can also result in very serious physical injury. While drivers do have the responsibility to watch for pedestrians on the road, pedestrians, in turn, have the responsibility to...

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Traffic Stop – Your Rights

We've all been pulled over a time or two for a routine traffic stop. It's nerve-wrecking and intimidating to see a police officer approaching your window, but it's important to know what your rights as a driver are. Officers are legally obligated to inform drivers the exact reason for the traffic stop. And, in the case...

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Florida’s No-Fault Law

Many Florida drivers mistakenly believe that under Florida's no-fault law, they cannot be sued for a car accident. Not only is this not the case, but the no-fault law actually involves insurance coverage for drivers. Every driver must carry a minimum of $10,000 Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage. They must turn to their own insurance...

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Your Rights at DUI Checkpoints

Charges for Driving Under the Influence (also known as DUI) can lead to severe penalties partnered with long-term implications. Every year, thousands of arrests are made in the state of Florida for DUI. When drivers approach DUI checkpoints on their way home, what are their rights? Drivers stopped at DUI checkpoints will be approached by police...

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The DMV Point System – How Does it Work?

We've all heard of the DMV point system in the state of Florida. A certain number of points accrued against your record means your license could be suspended, or even taken away. But, how does it really work? According to the DMV point system in Florida, drivers accumulate demerit points on their driving records for committing traffic offenses...

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Driving Under the Influence of Medical Marijuana

In November of 2017, 72% of voters in Florida decided to legalize medical marijuana. One vote is not going to change the process overnight. This is going to be a long process, and although it's only been about 6 months we have already seen the various roadblocks lawmakers face because of the State versus Federal...

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