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March 2018 Archives

2018 International Roadcheck to focus on hours compliance

Florida readers may be interested in learning that the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance's International Roadcheck will take place on June 5, 6 and 7 in 2018. The aim of the annual event is to promote road safety by increasing enforcement of bus and truck safety regulations throughout North America.

NHTSA warns of alcohol consumption and driving

Forty percent of all traffic crashes in Florida and the rest of the U.S. are caused by alcohol and mind-impairing drugs. Alcohol can impair a person's motor skills, judgment, and reaction times, and that effect is even greater on those under the age of 21, who are still physically developing.

Florida drivers need to know how to drive safely in the rain

People who live in Florida enjoy mild weather for much of the year. However, the state does get a significant amount of rain, and residents and visitors need to know how to drive safely during times of less-than-ideal weather. Poor driving in the rain leads to an increased chance of an accident and injuries to innocent motorists.

The danger of truck driver fatigue

Researchers estimate that every year, more than 100,000 accidents in Florida and across the U.S. are caused by drowsy driving. Fatigue can affect anyone, but it's most often found in commercial truck drivers. This is especially bad news because truck accidents usually lead to catastrophic or fatal injuries.

Sleep apnea testing for truck drivers challenged in court

Trucking accidents can be frightening for drivers on the roadways in Florida. Because a collision with a big rig can lead to severe injuries, major property damage and even death, safety concerns are magnified when it comes to these massive vehicles. One of the threats to trucking safety is the phenomenon of truck driver fatigue. Drowsy drivers can easily become dangerous drivers, dozing off behind the wheel or losing control when hazardous situations emerge.

Injured by a drunk driver, can I sue the bar that served him?

Drunk driving accidents happen all too often in the state of Florida. If you've suffered injuries in one, you may have a lot of questions regarding your right to seek compensation for your losses and from whom. For instance, you know that the driver who hit you had just left a bar and now you want to know if you can sue the establishment for damages.

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