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Florida Laws for Young Drivers

Friday, 16 August 2019 by

If you have pre-teens or teenagers in the house, then the prospect of them driving is probably starting to weigh on your mind.  Knowing you will soon have a teen driver can feel a bit overwhelming for both the parent and the teen.  Adults with years of driving experience understand what a huge responsibility it

Walk This Way

Tuesday, 07 May 2019 by

Tragically, in March, a Brevard woman was struck by a car and killed while illegally crossing the road about a half a block from a pedestrian crosswalk on a dark, busy stretch of highway A1A in Indialantic. This death occurred just as police, engineers, and leaders in the community are working to make crossing this

In previous blogs, we have stressed the importance of being the safest driver you can be. Avoid distractions, pay attention to the drivers around you, and follow the road laws. But, no matter how carefully we drive, accidents happen. Whether it’s fender bender when backing out of a parking spot at the same time as

Every day, 2.6 million people fly on a plane according to the FAA. To give you an idea of how big that number is, it’s comparable to the entire population of Orlando, FL. With so many people using this form of transportation, it begs the question – how safe is flying? This is something those

For many, the New Year gives the opportunity to start fresh, focusing on bettering oneself and giving up bad habits. While this is a great way to look at things, it’s easy to set lofty expectations that are simply unattainable. For instance, if your New Year’s resolution is to go to the gym 7 days

For decades, July has been known to be one of America’s most celebrated months. That’s because it is the month that this great nation attained its independence. The Declaration of Independence was ratified on the Fourth of July, 1776 – almost two and a half centuries ago – and has since been marked with great

Self-driving trucks promise to be cheaper and safer than human-driven trucks. America has 3.5 million truck drivers and even though the pay is lousy, they are fighting against the rise of the machines that threaten their livelihoods. Driverless trucks were tested as early as 2015 however policy-makers are certain that it will be a while

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That’s what Board Civil Trial Attorney James N Nance is asking.. If the software company is the responsible Party, and let’s say the accident occurs here in Brevard, where does venue lie for the lawsuit? Can an injured Brevardian or his grieving family sue here in Brevard or must they sue in California where the

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