March Accident News Roundup
What to do After Getting in a Bicycle Accident
Getting in a bicycle accident is something no one wants to go through. Besides the physical pain and trauma and the emotional stress, dealing with a lawsuit that will likely ensue adds another component to everything. If you ever end up in this situation, we want you to be prepared. Knowing what to do immediately after a bicycle accident is crucial to having a quicker recovery and a smoother case if the injuries sustained are severe enough. Click here to see the 5 steps to take after a bicycle accident.
A 9-year-old girl in Ohio acted as a hero to her self and possibly others by calling the police when she realized the woman (relationship to child unknown) driving her was snorting heroin behind the wheel. When police arrived at the scene Paula Smith, the driver, refused a chemical test. Authorities also found a can of beer in the console. The child was rescued by firefighters and moved to a fire truck.
Join us next weekend on Sunday April 2, 2017 at Taste of Carrollwood at George Steinbrenner field. There will be dozens of Carrollwood business and restaurants sharing their food, products and services! The best part? It’s a free, family event! Learn more about the event by clicking here to watch a news segment on the event!
When you go through a personal injury accident one of the biggest fears you might have is work. For some of our clients, their injuries are to the point where they can’t go to work for an extended period of time. This makes it hard to pay bills, buy necessary products, etc. When going through a difficult time, finances are the last thing you are going to want to deal with. Click here for a couple of suggestions of ways to earn money while you are unable to go to work.
If you are looking for a safe SUV for your family, you don’t need to look any further. The Honda CR-V is one of the best cars on the market right now. The car received the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) 2017 Top Safety Pick+ Award. To earn the 2017 TOP SAFETY PICK+ award, a vehicle must have good ratings in the small overlap front, moderate overlap front, side, roof strength and head restraint tests. It also must have an available front crash prevention system. Read more here and learn more about the IIHS ratings.