On March 24, 2023, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed a new tort reform bill into law (HB 837), effective…
The best way to avoid hitting the car in front of you is to steer clear from distractions like looking at your phone or dash console. Keep your eyes on the road and maintain a safe distance, even while stopped at a red light.
Great news for anyone hit with medical bills and concerned about them affecting their credit: As of July 1, 2022, paid medical debt will no longer appear on credit reports, and any unpaid debt up to 1 year will not affect your credit. And as of early to mid 2023, no medical debt up to $500, paid or unpaid, will appear on credit reports.
Advocates for Highway & Auto Safety, a national group of consumer, medical, public health, law enforcement, and safety groups and insurance companies and agents working together to improve road safety in the U.S., recently found that Florida only has 6 out of 16 laws designed to keep drivers, passengers and motorcyclists safe. This lack of adequate safety regulations causes preventable crashes and deaths, and costs Floridians $13 million each year.
Even the most responsible teenage drivers are at a higher risk of causing a car crash. The most common reasons…
Figuring out how much insurance is available between 2 drivers of their own personal vehicles can be tricky. If you’ve been involved in an auto accident as an Uber or Lyft passenger or driver, the insurance issue is even more complicated.
UM provides benefits to innocent motorists who are injured due to the negligence of uninsured drivers. While you may be tempted to waive UM coverage to save a little money, you are taking a big risk and may wind up paying hundreds of times more for medical expenses and lost wages if you are hit by another driver with no insurance.
Memorial Day weekend is the official kickoff to summer, and after over a year of working, schooling and socializing online from home, Americans are itching to get out and travel.
A new report finds that Florida ranks as the most dangerous state for pedestrians.