Safety tips, bicycle law and accident liability for Florida cyclists and drivers

Safety tips, bicycle law and accident liability for Florida cyclists and drivers

From Tampa Car Accident Attorney George Lorenzo Florida’s tropical weather and flat roads encourage bicycle riders to venture out to enjoy the warm, sunny days. Biking is an excellent activity for health and fitness, but both riders and drivers must keep a close eye out for each other. Bicycles aren’t as large or visible as […]

Share of Pedestrian Deaths Attributable to SUVs on the Rise

Share of Pedestrian Deaths Attributable to SUVs on the Rise

From Larry Nussbaum, a Pedestrian Accident Attorney with the Nussbaum Law Group, P.C. in Boston. As the economy has rebounded, consumers have gone back to their SUV-loving ways, leading to an increase in the number of SUVs on the road. Unfortunately, researchers have found that pedestrian deaths in vehicle-involved accidents have increased at the same […]

US Bill Seeks to Protect Self-Driving Vehicle Manufacturers

US Bill Seeks to Protect Self-Driving Vehicle Manufacturers

From Gary Massey, a Chattanooga Personal Injury Attorney with the law firm of Massey & Associates, P.C.  A bill pending in the United States Senate would, among other things, allow manufacturers and operators of self-driving vehicles to require end-users to enter into binding, confidential arbitration in order to resolve matters, including personal injury disputes. The […]

Bird Scooters Pose Hazard for Pedestrians

Bird Scooters Pose Hazard for Pedestrians

From Clayton Hasbrook, an Oklahoma motor vehicle accident attorney with the law firm of Hasbrook & Hasbrook. Oklahoma City experienced a “stork drop” in early August: 50 Bird electric scooters were delivered to the city’s downtown area as part of what the company is calling a “pilot program”. The scooters quickly became a target of […]

Streaming Video Now a Type of Distracted Driving in Georgia

Streaming Video Now a Type of Distracted Driving in Georgia

From Georgia Car Accident Attorney Scott Campbell of Shiver Hamilton. Texting and talking on the phone while driving are the two types of distracted driving most people probably think of when they hear the term. However, just about anything that can be done on a smartphone is now considered distracted driving in Georgia. As of […]