Car Safety News of the Week
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has released new guidelines in regards to recommended used vehicles for teens. This is in light of safety improvements in vehicles trickling down to lower-cost cars, SUVs, minivans and pickups.
This tool from the IIHS is perfect for families deciding on either getting a new car for the family that will one day be driven by a young driver, or for families who are considering purchasing a used vehicle for their teen driver. Read more here.
CABA After 5 Event
Thanks to everyone who came out to our CABA (Carrollwood Area Business Association) After 5 this week and made it an AMAZING event! We are so grateful to be a part of an AWESOME organization & community! More pictures here.
No Call is More Important than a Life
NSC Survivor Advocate Courtney Merriman talks about her beloved Papa and how active and full of life he was before being hit by a distracted driver. April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month, and we agree with Courtney. NOTHING is more important than a life.
When buying a car there are so many different factors to consider. As injury attorneys, we want to stress safety as the number one most important factor when deciding on a new car. Especially when it comes to crash prevention systems and crash test strength results.
A question that a lot of people have is what is safer, SUVs or cars? Well the answer is, it depends. What do we mean by this? Well mainly that there are a lot of things that determine “safety” in a vehicle. What most people do is look at crash-test scores. While these ratings are important, they don’t always tell you everything you should consider. Read more here.
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