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Posts Categorized: Car Accidents

Woman Crashes Into Car Stopped for Funeral Processions

A woman from Molino is recovering from injuries sustained in a serious crash that occurred on February 6. The woman rear-ended a car that was stopped for a funeral procession. Pictures released of the accident show one car with severe back-end damage and another vehicle flipped over onto its roof. According to the Florida Highway[…]

Pensacola Drivers Struggle with Icy Roadss

Car on Extreme Icy Road

In some cities, a tenth of an inch of snow might seem like no big deal, but in Pensacola, it created a hazardous driving environment. In a place where cold weather is abnormal and snow and ice is almost impossible, the residents were unprepared for the below freezing temperatures that left behind icy roads and[…]

How does the Florida Car Accident Threshold for Personal Injuries work?s

Advice from Personal Injury Attorney, Warren Todd. In 1971 the Florida Legislature passed legislation making Florida a hybrid no-fault state for purposes of automobile accident personal injury claims.  The law in its current version requires resident registered owners of operable vehicles to have No-Fault insurance to cover $10,000 of their own medical bills, lost wages,[…]

Single-Vehicle Accident Lands Man in Jails

open road with pine trees on side

Just days after Christmas, a Pensacola man is in jail for allegedly trying to crash his girlfriend’s car into a tree. The twist is that the girlfriend was behind the wheel. Fortunately, the woman suffered only minor injuries and no other people were hurt as a result of the man’s alleged actions. According to an[…]

Suspects Arrested in Tallahassee Car Crashs

flashing lights of the police car into the checkpoint in the city

Two suspects were arrested by the Tallahassee Police Department at 4:40 pm on December 5th for a stolen vehicle. A red Ford F150 was reported stolen to the department, and officers spotted a vehicle matching this description near 2502 Holton Street on Tuesday. They first tried a traffic stop to examine the vehicle, but the[…]

Child Victim of Hit-and-Runs

wide angle front view of a bright yellow school bus and the big red stop sign

A 12-year-old girl was seriously injured earlier this week as soon as she got off the school bus in Pensacola. The child was walking across the road after exiting the bus when she was struck by a vehicle. According to reports, the accident happened on Massachusetts Avenue in the city. The bus was stopped and[…]

Pensacola Car Accident Claims Lifes

Double exposure of a driving compartment of an ambulance and ECG

No one wants to be involved in a car accident, and no one wants that accident to happen just before a major holiday. Unfortunately, this is the situation multiple people found themselves in early Tuesday morning, just two days before Thanksgiving. According to reports, the three-vehicle crash occurred on State Road 87. One person lost[…]

Children Searching for Dog After Wrecks

Red nylon dog lead or leash with paw print pattern on a white background

Last week we told you about four children who were passengers in a car driven by a person suspected of being under the influence of alcohol. Shortly after the accident was reported, a new report was released: The children are looking for their dog. Family members say that a 4-year-old Dachshund-mix was riding in the[…]

What is a Compulsory Medical Examination and how will it affect my right to insurance benefits?s

Advice from Attorney, Michael Thomas. As you may already know, Personal Injury Protection insurance coverage, also known as “PIP”, pays for 80% of your medical bills when you are injured in a car crash, up to $10,000. If you are receiving PIP benefits under your insurance policy, your insurer may require you to have a[…]

Car Accident and Daylight Saving Times

Old clock on autumn leaves on wooden table on natural background

You will notice something a bit different this week. Look out your window between 4 and 5 p.m. and you will see that the sky has gone dark. We can thank Daylight Saving Time for an extra hour of darkness, but we may be able to attribute it to something else: a rise in car[…]