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4 Factors That Increase Summer Car Accident Risks

By Steven G. Lavely |

Summer means ample opportunities for outdoor activities, gatherings with friends, and vacation road trips with family members. While it is a favorite time of year for most people, few are aware of the potential risks. Personal injuries in general increase and it is one of the most common times for car accidents to happen…. Read More »


Compensation For Pain And Suffering After A Car Accident

By Steven G. Lavely |

Injuries suffered in any type of car accident can have lasting impacts on every area of your life. Even in a relatively minor crash or collision, the physical harm and emotional trauma you suffer can adversely affect you for years to come. When filing a car accident claim, you may be entitled to compensation… Read More »


100 Deadliest Days Of Summer Aims At Preventing Teen Car Accidents

By Steven G. Lavely |

Teenagers in Brandenton are eager to get out and enjoy summertime activities, particularly after being stuck at home for months on end due to the coronavirus pandemic. With schools letting out and businesses reopening, there are more things for young people to do and more opportunities for them to be out on the roads…. Read More »


Four Common Types Of Injuries in ‘Minor’ Car Accidents That Can Have Major Impacts On Your Health

By Steven G. Lavely |

Not all car accidents involve major crashes. Often, a relatively minor collision will occur between two drivers, resulting in minimal property damages. In these cases, it may be tempting for those involved to dismiss the incident and any injuries they suffer as nothing serious. Unfortunately, this is extremely dangerous. ‘Minor’ car accident injuries often… Read More »


Uninsured Drivers Pose Major Threat: What To Do When Car Accidents Happen

By Steven G. Lavely |

Insurance policies protect us and others when unexpected events happen. When car accidents occur due to the reckless behavior of other drivers on the road, one of the first steps is typically to file a claim against their insurer. Unfortunately, plenty of people in Florida lack the required coverage. This has become an even… Read More »


Older Adults At Greater Risk For Car Accidents

By Steven G. Lavely |

The recent coronavirus pandemic took a heavy toll on everyone, particularly older adults. After months of being cooped up at home, people over the age of 65 are eager to resume their normal activities as restrictions in Florida are slowly lifted. Unfortunately, there is another major threat that people in this age group face,… Read More »


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 »