pedestrian safety

Is Riding a Bike Safer Than Driving a Car?

by Andrew Miller October 30, 2013 Accident Claims Law

These days, our roadways are exceptionally busy—and seem to be getting busier by the day. According to the Project WNYC, the average commute time in the United States is currently around 25 minutes. It should come as no surprise, then, that more and more men and women are considering the use of bikes to get […]

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When Walking Turns Deadly: The Alarming Increase of Hit and Runs

by jamicajdb June 11, 2013 Car Accidents

When Walking Turns Deadly: The Alarming Increase of Hit and Runs Alarming statistics for hit-and-run pedestrian accidents have just been released, and Florida is leading the nation with these types of events. Over 70,000 hit-and-run occurrences happened in Florida in 2012, with 17,000 resulting in serious injury and 166 deaths. These figures were released by […]

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Pedestrian Safety

by RyanD January 4, 2013 Bicycle Accidents

Walking, biking, taking the bus to work, school or play is becoming more and more popular, resulting in increased foot traffic. We’re also living in a world full of constant distractions. This is why it’s more important than ever for pedestrians to take the initiative and exercise caution to remain safe. Following are a few […]

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Pedestrian Accidents on Halloween

by CarlosSantiago October 28, 2012 Accident Claims

(US Law) Halloween is one of the most exciting nights of the year for people of all ages, but especially for children who get to dress up in costumes and go door to door trick-or-treating. And while Halloween is a night of pretend magic and horror, it can turn into a real nightmare if you […]

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