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Tired Drivers May Pose Problems for Uber and Danger for Passengers

Navigating the streets and highways of Fort Lauderdale and Miami can be treacherous enough as it is. Now recent studies have shown that many taxi and Uber drivers may be logging in excess of fifteen (15) hours per day behind the wheel. Also, others drive to earn supplemental income, meaning that they will often drive

Motorcycle Accident Injuries in South Florida

Motorcycle accidents are all too common throughout areas in South Florida like Weston, Fort Lauderdale and Miami. It goes without saying that the weather and scenery of South Florida lend to the appeal of riding a motorcycle on our local roadways, but because motorcycles leave riders and their passengers so vulnerable, when they are involved

Distracted Driving Accidents – Should Florida Strengthen its Texting-While-Driving Laws?

If you’ve ever driven on the roads of Broward and Miami-Dade counties, you know just how treacherous it can be. A major factor that increases the danger of South Florida roadways is distracted drivers, namely those who text while driving. Almost everyone with a driver’s license is probably guilty of texting behind the wheel at

I Was Injured While Riding as an Uber Passenger – Does Uber Have Insurance to Cover My Injuries?

We’re all familiar with Uber. Uber vehicles are all over the roads of Weston, Fort Lauderdale and Miami and often provide a convenient alternative to driving. With that said, Uber vehicles are not immune to car accidents, just like any other vehicle. The difference with Uber accidents is that many times Uber passengers suffer injuries

Trial Begins in Florida Tractor-Trailer Accident Case

Trial is now underway in a case stemming from a 2012 accident where a tractor-trailer struck a disabled vehicle on I-75. A woman and her 12-year-old son were sitting idle in their stranded vehicle after it had been struck in a prior accident by another driver who fled the scene. The first collision left their