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Monthly Archives: May 2020


Distracted Driving and Car Accident Risks

By Steven G. Lavely |

For residents of Florida, the situation surrounding the coronavirus pandemic continues to be an ongoing concern. Health issues, increased family pressures, and financial losses due to business closures have left us all feeling somewhat disoriented. While it is only natural to be distracted by current events, it is important to be aware of how… Read More »


Protecting The Rights Of Passengers In Car Accidents

By Steven G. Lavely |

When a car accident happens, much of the focus centers on the drivers involved. In many cases, there may have been passengers involved. These are victims as well and have the right to seek compensation in a claim for medical costs, lost wages, and other expenses they suffer. Their injuries may have occurred either… Read More »


Ways To Protect Yourself In The Event Of A Hit and Run Accident

By Steven G. Lavely |

Many of the businesses in Bradenton remain closed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. However, grocery stores are still open as are restaurants offering take-out service. People are still going out for supplies, attending important medical visits, and traveling to and from essential jobs. While streets have less traffic than usual, car accidents… Read More »


Protecting Children and Teens Against Bike Accidents In Bradenton

By Steven G. Lavely |

Children and teenagers have been out of school for weeks as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. While parents focus on home-schooling and keeping them up-to-date on their studies, young ones still need time to pursue their own personal interests and hobbies. With visits with friends and other types of activities off-limits, bike riding… Read More »


Coronavirus Pandemic Requires Extra Precautions To Prevent Car Accidents In Bradenton

By Steven G. Lavely |

Traffic in Bradenton is reduced as many businesses remain closed due to the coronavirus. At the same time, essential service workers still have to get to and from their jobs and residents practicing social distancing need to get groceries or run other errands. Car accidents can happen during these trips. When they do, the… Read More »