January Personal Injury News
Have you ever personally seen a car crash at 100 mph? Well, it’s probably more insane than you even imagine. The car gets crunched. And flips. It’s insane. And, it will definitely make you think twice before speeding. Click here to watch the crash.
Get ready for Tampa to be invaded (No not by pirates)! Next Monday, Tampa will be hosting the College Football Playoff Championship at Raymond James. Expect to see Clemson Tiger and Crimson Tide fans all around town.
With a huge event like the college football championship there are innately going to be a lot more traffic than usual. One place we want you to definitely be prepared for traffic jams is downtown. Though the game is on Monday, it’s going to be a weekend full of celebration in Tampa.
Three separate crashes took place on the first day back to school in pinellas county. While no one was injured, two out of the three bus drivers were charged for the crashes, one for driving under the influence of a controlled substance.
With the increased number of stories recently about school bus crashes it begs the questions, does there need to be a stricter hiring process for drivers?
It’s 2017! For most people, they are ready to leave 2016 behind and look forward to a fresh start. People will be making resolutions usually to better themselves in one way or another. The most common ones such as lose weight or eat healthier better your body, but what are your resolutions, or better yet goals to protect your body? In comes in the Hancock Injury Attorneys 2017 challenge! We want to challenge all drivers in 2017 to have 5 resolutions to become a better and safer driver. Read these five resolutions here.
The head of robotics at the University of California said kids today may NEVER learn how to drive due to driverless technology.
Henrik Christensen of the Contextual Robotics Institute, said he sees vehicles operated by humans as being a thing of the past in the U.S. within the next 15 years. He said companies like GM and Ford already say they’ll have autonomous, driverless cars on the roadways in five years. Is this a positive or a negative? You tell us!
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