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Monthly Archives: July 2021


Why Hit And Run Car Accidents Happen And How We Locate The Driver

By Steven G. Lavely |

Hit and run car accidents are common in Bradenton and throughout the state. They leave drivers, passengers, bicyclists, and pedestrians suffering serious personal injuries. Find out more about why they happen and how our Bradenton car accident attorney locates the at-fault driver. Sarasota County Hit and Run Accident Leaves Bradenton Man In Critical Condition… Read More »


Reduce Car Accident Risks When Driving During Hurricane Season

By Steven G. Lavely |

The hurricane season runs from early summer to late fall in Florida, but local residents know the heaviest downpours typically happen throughout July and August. Driving through summer storms is nerve-wracking for even the most experienced drivers and increases your risks of car accidents in Bradenton. The following tips can help keep you and… Read More »


How To Get Compensation For Pain And Suffering After A Car Accident In Bradenton

By Steven G. Lavely |

When a car accident in Bradenton happens, it can leave you suffering both tangible and intangible losses. Tangible losses include property damages, medical expenses, and any lost wages during your recovery. It also includes future costs you are likely to incur, including the cost of ongoing medical care and losses in earnings due to… Read More »


Aggressive Driving – A Leading Cause Of Car Accidents In Bradenton

By Steven G. Lavely |

With the amount of traffic in our area, even the most laid-back of drivers can lose their tempers. Aggressive driving is a common problem and a frequent cause of car accidents in Bradenton. Find out more about the risks and what to do if a crash happens. Aggressive Driving Under Florida Law Aggressive driving… Read More »


Tourist Season Brings Increased Car Accident Risks

By Steven G. Lavely |

Memorial Day acts as the official kick-off to summer. In Bradenton, it also marks the beginning of what will undoubtedly be another busy tourism season. People are eager to travel, particularly after staying home for the past year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While this means a much-needed boom for local businesses, it also… Read More »