Failing To Stop After An Accident

According to Florida traffic laws, failing to stop after an accident is a major violation. It can lead to a huge penalty as well as imprisonment. Drivers who leave the scene of an accidents have many different reasons why they chose to do so. Some reasons are better than others.…

The Law About Reckless Driving

Reckless driving is not just confined to the careless and irresponsible behavior of a driver. It is considered as a criminal offense according to the laws in Florida because of the dangerous aftermath associated with it. What is Reckless Driving? According to the Florida Statutes, reckless driving in Florida is…

The Dangers of Racing on The Highways

Racing on highways can be a thrilling experience for some people but it is strictly prohibited according to the laws of Florida because of the numerous dangers associated with it.  What Is Meant by Racing on Highways? According to the Florida Statutes, racing includes driving two cars side by side…

The Do’s and Dont’s in a Hit-And-Run Accident

While all car accidents are problematic, there’s nothing worse than a hit and run case. Imagine yourself driving in your lane on the highway or pulling outside of a parking lot and another driver colliding with you and then running away from the spot. As frustrating as this scenario is,…

Failing To Stop After an Accident

According to Florida traffic laws, failing to stop after an accident is a major violation. It can lead to a huge penalty as well as imprisonment. Drivers who leave the site of the crash do so due to a mixture of guilt about the damage and the fear of facing…

Driving Without Insurance in Florida

Florida has a No-Fault Law, which requires vehicle owners to have at least $10,000 for property damage liability (PDL) and personal injury protection (PIP) each. This means that in case you get into an accident and cause bodily harm to another person or to their property you have the money…

What happens if you Driving Without a License in Florida

Section 322.03 According to Section 322.03 of the Florida Statutes, it is illegal for an individual to drive a vehicle on Florida state highways in the absence of a valid driving license. Legal action can be taken against you under this statute if: 1. The vehicle was under your physical…

The Legalities of an Indictment

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s team recently indicted or and gotten guilty pleas from 33 people and three companies associated with the Russian collusion investigation. That group consists of five former Trump advisers, 26 Russian nationals, three Russian companies, one California man, and one London-based lawyer. Seven out of the group…

The Difference between Local, State and Federal Laws

The laws that govern our local communities, states and country change all the time. The U.S. Constitution is our first form of law. It provides the backbone to our way of government by establishing a governmental power and detailed its responsibilities. In addition, the U.S. Constitution allowed for the preservation…