fbpx Get Help Now

Car Accidents

At the very least, a car accident results in some vehicle damage. But unfortunately, other collisions in Florida are far more violent, resulting in serious and fatal injuries to drivers and their passengers. That leads many people to wonder: “What are the odds of dying in a car crash in…

The start of a new college semester brings all sorts of emotions—excitement, nerves, and anticipation. With several colleges in the Central Florida area, we see it all. As students move in and prepare for a new school year, it’s important to be prepared for anything. That includes college students being…

Parents know that the thought of a child in a serious car accident can be terrifying. One of the best ways to fight fear is through preparation. That’s why we’re sharing what you should do if your child is in an accident, plus accident prevention tips. Read on for more…

Snapchat, the popular social media app, has received several lawsuits in the past due to one controversial photo filter. It’s called the Speed Filter. It shows a speedometer, just like the one in every motor vehicle on the road today. The issue? Many believe it leads to problems involving young…

Florida drivers know that the auto insurance industry can be hard to understand. What coverage do you need? Whose coverage do you go after when you’ve been in a crash? What does a “no-fault state” even mean? Our attorneys Steve Brooks and Beach Brooks III give their advice on car…

Florida consistently ranks as one of the worst U.S. states for driving. It’s a big state filled with tourist attractions. Whether you’re a longtime resident or visiting for the sunny beaches, big city nightlife, or amusement parks, be prepared to contend with some of the deadliest roads in the country….

Any experienced Floridian can tell you that the summer months are some of the rainiest. This rainy season usually lasts from late May until well into October—right in the middle of hurricane season. These months are responsible for over 60% of the annual rainfall in the state. You can count…

Over the last few years, red light cameras have become a topic of heated discussion for Florida legislators. Following Texas’ decision to remove them completely in 2019, many expect that Florida will follow suit. But 2 years later, the cameras in Florida are still in use. Today, we’ll discuss why…

Awards & Memberships