Florida Needs New Ways to Deal with Driving Under Influence of Marijuana

Florida Needs New Ways to Deal with Driving Under Influence of Marijuana

From Florida lawyer Brian S. Leifert, with the law firm Leifert & Leifert Criminal Defense. Last year Florida became one of the many states to legalize medical marijuana. While the news is good for those that need the medicine to treat various ailments and conditions that have not responded to traditional medicine, it has posed […]

What You Need To Know About Radar Detector Laws

What You Need To Know About Radar Detector Laws

Radar detector usage has gone up in the past years that it has become a common accessory preferred by motorists. The convenience and help a radar detector provides makes driving much easier, making it a highly sought device to rely on for daily drives. Radar detectors can lessen worries of possible speeding tickets, especially as […]

Georgia’s Most Dangerous Roads are in Atlanta

Georgia’s Most Dangerous Roads are in Atlanta

From Georgia Car Accident Attorney Cade Parian of The Parian Law Firm, LLC. Atlanta is a very dangerous city to drive in, at least according to a new study. The study was conducted by law firm Butler Wooten & Peak in collaboration with 1Point21Interactive. It studied data from the U.S. Census, as well as reports […]

Self-Driving Cars Are Here in Texas!

Self-Driving Cars Are Here in Texas!

From John L. McCraw, III, a Texas Car Accident Attorney and owner of The McCraw Law Group in McKinney, Texas. Drive.ai, a self-driving vehicle company, recently launched a six-month pilot program in Frisco which will provide free taxi services in a small, predetermined service area utilizing self-driving vans developed by the company. The routes have […]

Fewer Safety Standards on Driverless Cars Could be Trouble for Consumers

Fewer Safety Standards on Driverless Cars Could be Trouble for Consumers

From Colorado lawyer Amy Gaiennie As the country becomes closer to seeing more driverless cars on the roads than those with humans behind the wheel, a debate rages in Congress. Automakers in Silicon Valley, as well as in major auto manufacturing states such as Ohio and Michigan, are now pushing Congress to prevent individual states […]