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Adaptive Driving Beam Headlight Systems: Are They Safe?

06/28/2022
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Today’s vehicles have many advanced safety features, some you may not even know about.  One newly approved safety feature that will be available in newer cars being driven on American roadways is the adaptive driving beam (ADB) headlights. ADB headlights utilize advanced switching technology to shine less light on occupied […]

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Do Passengers Have Rights in Auto Accidents?

06/21/2022
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Some passengers in auto accidents wonder if they have rights. The answer is yes.   Florida law allows an injured passenger to recover compensation for injuries they sustained in an auto accident case through their Personal Injury Protection insurance. In some situations, a passenger may also hold a negligent party legally […]

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Seatbelt-Induced Trauma After a Crash

05/17/2022
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There is no question that seatbelts save lives. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that seatbelts have saved more than 370,000 lives over the past 50 years, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) write that, “Among drivers and front-seat passengers, seat belts reduce the risk […]

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Six Car Accident Trends for 2022

05/3/2022
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Car accidents are an everyday occurrence on roads across Florida. Each year, there are hundreds of thousands of crashes statewide, which translates to more than 100 crashes every single day. With the number of car accidents in Florida each year, we can see some trends start to emerge—and studying these […]

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