You can be the safest driver and never cause a car accident, but there are too many bad drivers out there that put you and your family in jeopardy of a car accident. That is why uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage is so important. For example, on Tuesday, a St. Petersburg woman was arrested on a DUI.
Some car accidents are caused by simply careless and reckless drivers. An example of such a driver is the 26-year-old Clearwater woman who was driving her white Ford Mustang the wrong way down Florida Avenue N and weaving in and out of her lane, according to police and the Tampa Bay Times. When she was.
If you or your family member are injured in a car accident in Florida, the chances are nearly 1 in 4 that the at-fault driver doesn’t have the insurance to cover your injuries, according to a new national study. It is important to remember that Florida law does not require a driver to purchase bodily.
Almost every day we read about another person being injured or killed by a hit-and-run driver. Yesterday, a light blue sedan struck and killed a pedestrian who was crossing Seminole Boulevard as he left a convenience store near 127th Place. It is amazing how many of these hit-and-run accidents there are in Tampa Bay. Why.
It is horrible to talk with a client or a client’s family about serious injuries or death from a car accident caused by someone who failed to carry liability insurance. It is even worse to talk to them if the client and/or the family failed to buy adequate protection in the form of stacked uninsured motorist.