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If you have a teen driver (or more than one!) in the house, then we know you are already concerned about their safety when they are out on the road.  No matter how many times you instruct your kids on driving safety, you wonder if they are really taking it in, if they are following

Ways to Avoid an Accident

Friday, 28 June 2019 by

No one ever gets in their car and thinks they will be involved in an automobile accident. This is especially true if they have a good track record, feel as if they drive defensively, and view themselves as “a good driver.” While some accidents are avoidable, others sadly are not! By definition, an accident is:

In a previous blog, we addressed the concept of accident avoidance focusing on preventative measures. Avoiding blind spots, keeping your vehicle properly maintained, holding your hands at the proper position on the steering wheel, proper seat positioning, and driving cautiously at night. While an accident is technically an unexpected and unintentional incident, it is not

The Scene of the Accident

Thursday, 16 May 2019 by
Scene of a car crash

Nance Cacciatore’s legal team, serving Titusville and Melbourne in Brevard County, is comprised of established legal assistants, investigators, and attorneys. We are ready to assist you in the event of a personal injury, medical malpractice claim, automobile accident, truck accident, motorcycle accident, or wrongful death case. Our dedicated team will spend the time to answer

Uninsured Florida Drivers

In the well-famed state of Florida, over 24% of drivers are uninsured. This is because individuals who operate motor vehicles are not required to be insured. According to a few recent studies conducted by the Insurance Research Council, over 80% of the drivers involved in auto accidents do not carry any type of auto insurance.

Being involved in a personal injury auto accident can be a very horrifying experience. However, it’s important that you always remain calm during and after the event. Your main priority should be to seek medical attention and not to do anything that could hurt your insurance claims. In case you happen to find yourself in

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