Category : Personal Injury

  • 11 Oct 2013

    Florida Bans Texting & Driving, But Will It Really Make a Difference?

    Posted By Darrigo and Diaz and Jimenez

    As of October 1, Florida’s new ban on texting and driving has taken effect. But as many argue, this new “secondary” law will really not make our roads — or our behaviors – any safer. The new ban on texting is called a secondary offense because police cannot pull over drivers unless they commit another
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  • 28 Aug 2013

    BP Rumored to Pull Out of Spill Settlement

    Posted By Darrigo and Diaz and Jimenez

    The Deepwater Horizon oil spill of April 2010 was the biggest accidental oil spill in history, causing a wave of controversy for petroleum industry leader, BP. The consequences were huge: 4.9 million barrels of spillage that took 87 days to cap, 11 deaths, destruction of natural habitats, blows to fishing and tourism industries, human health
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  • 05 Aug 2013

    Don’t Get Caught in the Sinkhole Scam

    Posted By Darrigo and Diaz and Jimenez

    As Floridians, we are all at a higher risk for experiencing sinkholes. It’s the limestone and carbonate in our beautiful landscape that makes the incidence higher. So what exactly is a sinkhole? It occurs when ground material collapses either suddenly or gradually, causing property damage. And sometimes the severity can be even more extreme, bringing
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  • 13 May 2013

    Tampa Earns Second Highest Road Rage Fatality Rate in the U.S.

    Posted By Darrigo and Diaz and Jimenez

    As the cause of 56% of fatal vehicle accidents, aggressive driving has become an urgent problem. And it just got personal, as Tampa reached an alarming rate of 9.5 fatalities per 100,000 drivers—the second highest death rate in the nation behind San Bernardino, California. Florida seems to top the list in this road rage category, with
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  • 07 May 2013

    Tampa Traffic Fatalities Soar

    Posted By Darrigo and Diaz and Jimenez

    Along with the rest of the nation, Tampa has recently seen a disturbing increase in fatal car crashes. This spike is particularly troubling considering Florida’s improvements in previous years. Until 2012 when fatalities rose five percent, the entire nation experienced a seven-year decline in death rates, reaching record lows. For Tampa, many speculated that Florida’s
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