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February 2016 Archives

Legal assistance after a Florida fatal boating accident


Given the warm weather in Florida, some of the most common leisure activities that people indulge in involves the water and boats. Unfortunately, with these activities comes the danger that there will be an accident. In many of these, it will end in a fatal boating accident. In addition to the loss of a loved one, those who are left behind will have the come to grips with the loss of companionship and financial ramifications of a loved one's untimely death. It is in these situations when it is imperative to speak to an attorney about a lawsuit to receive compensation.

USF Cracks Down On Traffic Laws To Save Lives

Many pedestrians and cyclists have lost their lives in accidents around the University of South Florida campus. Today, small wooden bikes and crosses mark where the tragedies have occurred as part of a new statewide awareness effort and crackdown on traffic laws. Starting in February, USF and university police will increase warnings and citations for anyone breaking the law, no matter how minor the infraction may seem, including jaywalking. The effort is part of a statewide push to reduce pedestrian and cyclist deaths in Florida. Those given warnings or tickets will also receive educational handouts that USF and police say will help to clarify the law and remind everyone to share the road.

Changes to federal trucking regulations proposed


One of the biggest issues that the federal government is concerned with when it comes to regulating truck drivers is how to ensure safety. Federal trucking regulations affect people in Florida and across the country as they seek to prevent accidents involving these vehicles. Because these trucks are so large and travel long distances at great speeds, there is a significant chance of a crash with serious injuries and deaths. With that in mind the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is moving forward with a new proposed rule to try and find those who do not adhere those implemented by the FMCSA.

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