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Reckless Behaviors of Other Motorists Leading Cause of Motorcycle Accident

By Steven G. Lavely |

With little to protect them against collisions with other motorists, motorcyclists are among the most vulnerable road users. Unfortunately, the actions of other drivers are one of the leading causes of motorcycle accidents. This can often be attributed to reckless behaviors on the part of motorists and the fact that many drivers lack knowledge… Read More »

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How Aggressive of a Driver Are You?

By Steven G. Lavely |

Dealing with traffic and the actions of other drivers is one of those things that can cause otherwise rational people to lose their tempers. Unfortunately, doing so increases your risks of being involved in a car accident in Bradenton. It also increases the likelihood of causing serious injuries to yourself, your passengers, and others… Read More »

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Minor Traffic Infractions Can Result in Major Car Accident Injuries

By Steven G. Lavely |

Reckless driving behaviors, such as being under the influence and speeding, can lead to traffic tickets resulting in heavy fines, driving suspensions, and other penalties. They are also a major contributing cause of car accidents in Bradenton, resulting in serious injuries. As a recent crash shows, even seemingly minor traffic infractions can endanger the… Read More »

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Halloween Safety Tips to Prevent Pedestrian Accidents

By Steven G. Lavely |

Fall is a favorite time of year for many people. Halloween is the first of many holidays to celebrate and one that both children as well as their parents look forward to. Whether you are planning to attend adult parties or taking little ones out to harvest themed events and trick or treating, it… Read More »

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Manatee County Man Turns Himself for Fatal Pedestrian Hit and Run Accident

By Steven G. Lavely |

Car accidents involving pedestrians can end up resulting in serious and potentially life threatening injuries. When pedestrian accidents do occur, it is often the driver who is ultimately to blame. Unfortunately, to avoid responsibility for the crash and liability for the injuries suffered, drivers may end up attempting to leave the scene. A break… Read More »

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Police Investigate Causes of Fatal Motorcycle Accident In Bradenton

By Steven G. Lavely |

Crash and collisions involving motorcyclists are unfortunately common in our area. When motorcycle accidents do occur, it is generally bikers who suffer the most severe injuries. A recent motorcycle accident in Bradenton claimed the life of a local woman. As police continue investigating the underlying causes of the crash, we take a look at… Read More »

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Be Aware of Car Accident Concussion Risks

By Steven G. Lavely |

Concussions are one of the most common types of car accident injuries. They are also one of the most potentially dangerous. They can happen in any type of crash or collision that involves a bump, blow, or jolt to the head. The symptoms are subtle but even in relatively minor cases, concussions can have… Read More »

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Head On Car Accident in Bradenton Leaves Three Injured

By Steven G. Lavely |

There are a variety of ways car accidents can occur. The type of collision plays a role in the severity of injuries suffered. It can also provide clues as to the underlying causes and what reckless driving behaviors may have been to blame. Head on collisions are among the most dangerous. After a recent… Read More »

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Take Extra Precautions to Prevent Car Accidents During Adverse Weather Conditions

By Steven G. Lavely |

While Bradenton missed major impacts due to recent hurricane Dorian, it is important to keep in mind that we are at the height of hurricane season. In addition to any storms that may come our way, there are likely to be frequent afternoon showers throughout the month of September. Wet road conditions and even… Read More »

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Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over

By Steven G. Lavely |

For Bradenton residents, warm weather will linger clear through the fall and early winter months. However, Labor Day is still considered the official end of summer, meaning an onslaught of tourists and traffic activity. National safety agencies are taking advantage of this end of season rush to call attention to one of the biggest… Read More »