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On average, Floridians pay $3,183 a year for car insurance. This is roughly 37% more than the national annual coverage. This can be contributed to the fact that Florida is the third most dangerous state to drive

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reported that only 2% of crashes result in a rollover. Rollovers occur when a vehicle tips on its side or roof as a result of a crash. While rollover accidents

You could still obtain compensation even if you were partly at fault for the car accident that resulted in your injury, thanks to the legal principle known as “comparative negligence.” Even though you contributed to the accident,

If you’ve suffered a severe injury in a car accident caused by another driver, you’re probably wondering how your health insurance will affect your ability to pay your medical bills. Health insurance is basically a last resort

Fog is the Most Dangerous Driving Condition Statistically speaking, fog is the most dangerous driving condition faced by residents of St. Petersburg. There is actually a fog season in Pinellas County that runs from December until February

Car accidents are one of the most common causes of concussions. These brain injuries can be very serious and cause short-term and long-term effects that can cause pain, loss of quality of life, and a mountain of

There are lots of reasons car accidents occur. It could be due to a distracted driver or someone having a bad day and deciding to take it out on another motorist. If you’ve suffered an injury due

It doesn’t matter whether a driver is a teenager or an adult. Distracted driving can happen at any age and have devastating results. A momentary lapse of focus can result in debilitating injuries and tragic, needless deaths.

It’s not an exaggeration at all to say the dangers of road rage are frightening. Not only does it not make any sense whatsoever, it can also lead to injuries that can have lifetime consequences. Road rage

Long story short, no, it’s not okay. If you’ve been hurt in a car accident, you not only need to get medical help right away, you also need to follow the doctor’s advice. In fact, one of