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Elementary School Bus Accident Results in Serious Injuries

By Steven G. Lavely |

For parents throughout Bradenton, the news of a recent car accident involving an elementary school bus raises concerns about child safety. While experts claim that riding the bus is one of the safest forms of transportation, the fact is that crashes and collisions can occur. To protect your child, it is important to speak… Read More »

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Truck Breakdown Triggers Multi Vehicle Car Accident

By Steven G. Lavely |

Breaking down on the side of the road is something every driver dreads. However, in addition to the inconvenience alongside the high costs of a tow and vehicle repairs, it can put you and your passengers at serious risks. Particularly if you break down in your lane and are not able to safely pull… Read More »

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Determining Who Is Responsible in a Multi-Vehicle Car Accident

By Steven G. Lavely |

Car accidents are complex events, in which multiple factors may be to blame. With the number of major highways and the overall amount of motorists coming in and out of our area, collisions have the potential to involve several vehicles. Heavy traffic conditions, adverse weather, and reckless driving behaviors are all likely to be… Read More »

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One Dead, Another Injured In Bradenton Rollover Car Accident

By Steven G. Lavely |

If you drive a taller vehicle, such as a pickup truck or an SUV, the risk of car accidents in which your vehicle rolls over is a major concern. A recent rollover accident in Bradenton which left one person dead and another with serious injuries calls attention to the problem. The following outlines how… Read More »

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Facts and Myths About DUI Car Accidents Over New Year’s Eve

By Steven G. Lavely |

Bradenton offers numerous parties, events, and outdoor activities to keep all members of the family busy and entertained. However, it is important to recognize the role alcohol plays in many of these festivities, which makes car accidents and injuries more common at this time of year. The following are some sober facts about New… Read More »

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Avoiding Car Accidents and Injuries

By Steven G. Lavely |

The holidays are one of the most festive times of the year, filled with social events and reunions with family and friends. Unfortunately, they are also one of the most dangerous times for road users in terms of being at risk for car accidents. DUI Accidents Spike at the End of the Year Holiday… Read More »

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Holding Social Hosts Liable for Drunk Driving Car Accidents

By Steven G. Lavely |

Drunk driving is one of the major causes of car accidents in Florida and continues to result in serious and potentially life threatening injuries to thousands of drivers each year. If you are involved in this type of crash, you could be left facing heavy medical expenses and lingering disabilities which require ongoing care…. Read More »

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Deadly Drunk Driving Accident Claims Life of Bradenton Man

By Steven G. Lavely |

The dangers of drunk driving are well documented, but that does not prevent some drivers from continuing to engage in this potentially deadly behavior. A recent car accident involving a Bradenton man proved deadly after his vehicle was struck by a driver under the influence. These types of tragedies are unfortunately common, leaving surviving… Read More »

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Four Types of Car Accidents that Require a Florida Trial Lawyer

By Steven G. Lavely |

Car accidents can leave you with serious injuries, resulting in heavy out of pocket expenses. While your first impulse may be to deal with an insurance company on your own, an experienced car accident attorney can help ensure you get the maximum amount you entitled to in any settlements. Choosing an attorney that is… Read More »

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Safety Tips for Avoiding Car Accidents When Driving After Dark

By Steven G. Lavely |

Car accidents and injuries can happen at any time of the day, but they are particularly common and often more deadly over the evening hours. On Sunday, November 4, 2018, we set our clocks back an hour as daylight savings time ended. For many people, this means they will be driving home from work,… Read More »