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Take "A Day Off To Vote" on Election Day 2020

Twelve U.S. states recognize Election Day (November 3, 2020) as a state holiday. Unfortunately, Florida does not. Yet, Florida is one of the most critical states in the presidential election. It carries 29 of the 270 electoral votes that are required for a presidential candidate to win an election. As with most past presidential elections,...

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What kinds of injuries are linked to airbags?

Airbag burns are very common during frontal collisions. It doesn't take much impact for an airbag to deploy. This often happens when the sensor at the front of the car detects a collision at speeds as low as 8-14 mph. This can lead to airbag injuries. In many cases, burns caused by airbags are minor....

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How to read my Florida car accident report

Being involved in a car wreck can be a frustrating and overwhelming situation. With the right legal representation, the complexities of your case can be sorted out. This often requires key evidence that can be used to support your claim. One piece of key evidence is the crash report documented by the law enforcement agency...

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How to spot a reckless driver

Reckless drivers often don't use reasonable caution when sharing the road with others. We have all seen the reckless behavior of other drivers. When these drivers cause a crash, we can't truly call it an "accident." That's because reckless drivers make the conscious decision to drive in a way that endangers others. Reckless driving causes...

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AAA study finds that ADAS steering fails when needed most

According to a recent AAA study, drivers who have recently purchased new cars that come equipped with the latest advanced driving assistance systems (ADAS) should not be getting too comfortable with them. The ADAS technology that's coming standard in new cars is comprised of autonomous and semi-autonomous features that are designed to minimize crashes caused...

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Seeing a chiropractor after a crash

Your crash may have been nothing more than a fender bender. There may not have been any noticeable damage to your car at all. Anytime you're in a crash, however, even at low impact, it's always a good idea to seek prompt medical attention. It's common for people to feel back pain, neck pain, or...

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Tips on how to prevent drowsy driving driving car accidents

There is no safe way to drive when you're tired. Drowsy drivers kill nearly 800 people and cause an estimated 91,000 crashes across the U.S. each year. Research has shown that people who go 17-19 consecutive hours without sleep are even more impaired when driving than people with a blood alcohol concentration level of 0.05...

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What are the most common injuries from rear-end car accidents?

On average, there are about 1.7 million rear-end collisions each year across the United States, making them one of the most common types of car crash. Rear-end collisions are often the result of speeding, inattentive driving or reckless driving. They tend to occur at regulated intersections or during traffic jams on major roads. Common rear-end...

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AAA study: Many admit to engaging in dangerous driving behaviors

Drivers often give in to the urge to engage in distracted driving, speeding or driving impaired. For some drivers, these are only isolated incidents. For others, these behaviors are habitual. Researchers from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety delved into the habits of drivers who had recently been involved in crashes, in contrast with those who...

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