On March 24, 2023, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed a new tort reform bill into law (HB 837), effective…
Even the most responsible teenage drivers are at a higher risk of causing a car crash. The most common reasons…
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.
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.
If you are involved in a car accident, call the police or 911 immediately! Obtain a police record and see a medical doctor right away. Then call Ahava Law Group at 888-KLG-9998 (888-554-9998). Do NOT give a statement to an insurance agent until you have consulted us.
“No-Fault” means that drivers have insurance to cover their own injuries and damage rather than insuring to pay out to the other person. Here are what this means in each state.