Another tragic accident kills a Clearwater man and saddens a family. According to Clearwater police reports, Walter Castore, age 76, died a few days ago after being hit by a pickup truck while driving his bicycle near Countryside Mall. Mr. Castore suffered a serious head injury after being struck by a pickup truck driven by.
With gas prices the way they are, there will be more and more bicycles on the road. As a driver of a motor vehicle or a bike, it is important that you understand the laws to prevent being charged with a bike v. car accident. Here are some of the laws: 1. A bicyclist must.
Lately, I have seen an increase in bike v. car accidents. Most times, it is the car’s failure to pay attention to the bicyclist that causes the car accident, but sometimes it is the bicyclist not following the traffic laws. Either way, people–including kids–can get severely injured following a bicycle v. car accident. Florida law.
Two more teenagers were hit by a car while riding their bicycles in Pinellas County this weekend. Sadly, we are seeing too many people getting hurt while riding their bikes on our Florida roads. Often times, the bicyclist is hurt because of the actions of a driver of a car. Either the car was paying.
Riding a bicycle in Florida has now become a dangerous act. Too many cars fail to pay attention to someone riding a bike causing an accident with a car. Also, too many bicyclist do not understand Florida law about riding a bike in Florida which result in even more accidents. Thus, here are some laws.