PTSD After a Car Accident
If you get into or witness a severe or catastrophic car accident, you may come away with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) – a psychiatric condition that can be caused by exposure to trauma. PTSD can have a major impact on your life. It can trigger fears and anxieties that make it impossible for you to… read more
Liability for Brake Check Crashes in Florida
One of the most common types of car accidents in Florida is the rear-end collision. This is when the front of one car strikes the back of the vehicle in front of it. In most cases, the rear driver will be held responsible for a rear-end collision, as it is this driver’s responsibility to maintain… read more
Do You Have to Report a Car Accident in Florida?
Getting into a car accident is a confusing time; you may not know what steps you are supposed to take after the crash, such as whether reporting is mandatory. Each state has different laws regarding when a driver is legally required to report a car accident. In Florida, you have to report a crash if… read more
Do I Have to Go to Court After a Car Accident in Florida?
If you get injured in a car accident, you may be reluctant to seek financial compensation for fear of having to take your case to court. The majority of car accident cases in Florida, however, are resolved with settlements. This means you most likely won’t have to go to trial to recover compensation for a… read more
Florida Car Inspection Laws
If you own a motor vehicle in Florida, it is important to keep it in good working condition. Your vehicle should be safe to drive, operate properly and be roadworthy. However, professional inspections and maintenance checks are not legally required for Florida vehicle owners. Unfortunately, this means that many drivers allow their vehicles to fall… read more
Who Is At Fault in a Left-Hand Turn Accident?
If a left-hand turn results in a motor vehicle collision, the driver turning left is typically at fault. It is this driver’s responsibility to yield to oncoming vehicles under Florida’s traffic laws. However, if the left-turning driver had the right-of-way, the oncoming driver may be at fault instead. Explore how fault works in a left-hand… read more