Car Accident

Super Bowl 2020: Uber & Lyft Incidents

Source: Super Bowl 2020 Super Bowl Sunday is nearly here and with it comes lots of fun and camaraderie. Super Bowl Sunday also brings news of accidents, often caused by individuals driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, or the result of the sheer numbers of vehicles on the road, including Uber and Lyft ride sharing. Across the country, approximately one-third of all vehicle accidents are caused by impaired drivers, and Uber and Lyft drivers are no exception (though you likely expect them to be). With Super Bowl Sunday on the horizon, and you likely to be a host or a

Driving Under the Influence of CBD (Everything You Need to Know)

Driving under the influence is a charge which needs to be taken seriously here in Florida as well as all across the country. There are a number of substances which come to mind when you hear the term DUI or driving under the influence. The most common is alcohol which is a contributing factor in more than 5,000 accidents annually in Florida. Of course, there are other substances which can result in driving under the influence charges. Questions often arise regarding marijuana (cannabis), and the substances it contains, namely THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol). As CBD products become prevalent in the

Uber Eats/Delivery Dudes Car Accidents (Liability/Injury)

With Uber Eats everywhere, and other food delivery services on the rise, delivering every food imaginable from five-star to fast food is convenient for many people. But just what happens if you are in an accident with one of these Uber delivery men or women? Does Uber’s insurance cover those involved? The answer is yes, in most cases, Uber’s insurance coverage should apply to Uber drivers delivering for Uber Eats. Though as with nearly every accident or injury, exceptions can apply. Read on to learn about Uber, Lyft, and other delivery service insurances and what an accident might mean for you

Involved in a Hit and Run in Miami? (Everything You Need to Know)

Your initial reaction after a car accident may be to flee the scene. You’re nervous and frightened, and might think that leaving can save you from liability. It should come as no surprise that in Florida, a hit and run comes with more severe consequences than you might face if you stay on the scene. The odds of getting away with a hit and run are slim, and you could face criminal penalties on top of civil charges. If you were the victim of a hit and run accident, you need to learn your rights in this situation as well. What

What You Should Know About Getting into a Car Accident While Traveling

Most car accidents happen within a 10-mile radius of your home. However, up to one-quarter of car accidents occur far away from home while you’re on vacation or traveling for work. Crashing your vehicle is stressful enough, but when you’re involved in a car accident in unfamiliar circumstances it can be even worse. That’s why it’s so important to know what to do if you’re involved in a car accident while traveling or on vacation. Read our tips for dealing with the aftermath of a car crash in the post below. 1. Follow the Usual Procedure Sure, you’re far away from home, but the procedure is the generally