07312014Headline:

Orlando, Florida

HomeFloridaOrlando

Thomas Dennis

What Should I Do After an Auto Accident?

After an automobile accident, the ensuing moments can be highly stressful for everyone involved. There are many important concerns that should be addressed following an accident. Below is an overview of those concerns If There Are Injuries, [...]
Council Wooten

Will Florida Drivers Actually See a Decrease in Auto Insurance Rates?

Recent changes to Florida’s Personal Injury Protection on automobile insurance policies supposedly will reduce individual premiums. One report indicated that premiums may drop anywhere from 14 to 26 percent. However, insurance companies [...]
Thomas Dennis

Could You Be Paying Your Own Insurance Company to Fight Against You in Court?

The answer is maybe – if you have Uninsured/Underinsured motorist “UM” coverage. In Florida, UM coverage is supposed to protect the policyholder when they are involved in an automobile accident with an at-fault driver that [...]
Orman Kimbrough

Student Texts Friend About ‘Need to Quit Texting’ Right before Driving Off Bridge

On January 24, 2012, Chance Bothe was texting a friend while driving home from college. “I need to quit texting because I could die in a car accident and then how would you feel …,” he typed, according to a KHOU-TV report [...]
Thomas Dennis

Florida’s New Personal Injury Protection (PIP) Law – What It Means To Accident Victims

As part of every Floridian’s automobile insurance coverage, consumers pay a portion of their car insurance premium towards Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage. PIP coverage pays a portion of the insured’s medical expenses [...]
Council Wooten

Will MAP-21 Make It Impossible to Drive Drunk?

Readers offended by foul language may want to mute the video above, which shows a drunk driver crashing into oncoming traffic in Cocoa Beach. According to the YouTube user who uploaded the video on July 31, 2012, the individual fleeing [...]
Ed Normand

Study Says Drivers Overconfident About Texting Abilities Same Week NHTSA Reports Fatalities Increase

When CNN reported on July 23, 2012 that the number of traffic crash fatalities in the first months of 2012 had increased 13.5 percent from the same quarter in 2011, both the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the [...]
Ed Normand

Texting + Drunk Driving = ‘Perfect Storm’

A 33-year-old construction worker whose wife was out of town had consumed three Miller Lite beers in 90 minutes the night of July 2, 2012. Later that night, his Dodge Ram struck a stopped car at the intersection of U.S. Route 19 and Main [...]
Council Wooten

Three Ways to Avoid DUI on the Fourth

Authorities say 22-year-old Demetrius Jordan had been smoking marijuana and drinking a caffeinated alcoholic drink called “Four-Loko” the night in August 2010 that he ran a red light at an estimated 80 miles per hour and crashed [...]
Ed Normand

Think You’re Good at Multitasking? Take This Test

Dave Crenshaw is an author and speaker whose first book was entitled, “The Myth of Multitasking: How ‘Doing It All’ Gets Nothing Done.” The video above featuring Crenshaw allows viewers to take a test that tests [...]