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Steps to Take to Ensure Pedestrian Safety

by on Tuesday, March 15, 2016  —  Blog, Pedestrian Accidents

As Florida drivers, we all see the signs warning us to yield to pedestrians. While we all know that is what we are supposed to do, many drivers get busy and speed right through crosswalks… Continue Reading →

Texting While Walking Puts Pedestrians at Risk

by on Friday, September 25, 2015  —  Blog, Car Accidents, Pedestrian Accidents

By now, everyone’s heard the message: texting and driving is bad. Very bad. Avoid it at all costs. What about just texting and … walking? Is that so bad? Yes, in fact, it is. Indeed,… Continue Reading →

One month ago in Winter Haven, a 40-year-old woman by the name of Tammy Ellison was killed when getting out of her car in the parking lot of where she was employed at Gessler Clinic.… Continue Reading →

8-year-old Bicyclist Seriously Injured in Tampa

by on Friday, July 24, 2015  —  Blog, Pedestrian Accidents, Personal Injury

Learning how to ride a bike is the ultimate childhood rite of passage. Most remember the careful instruction of Mom or Dad during the learning process. After weeks of teeter-tottering down the street with Mom… Continue Reading →

Florida is the Most Dangerous State for Pedestrians

by on Thursday, May 7, 2015  —  Blog, Pedestrian Accidents

Florida tops the list from recent pedestrian danger studies- shockingly not once or twice but four times. The Orlando area is listed as the number ONE most dangerous city for pedestrians after a study following… Continue Reading →

The State of Florida is appealing for many reasons: no snow or state income tax, plenty of beautiful beaches, Disney World, and at least one decent football team at any given time. As great as… Continue Reading →