The most common type of two-vehicle accident in Fort Lauderdale is the "rear-ender" - when a car is bumped or rammed from behind by a following vehicle. Today, the number of rear end car accidents is increasing, due to the many new driver distractions such as texts, cell phone calls, iPods, and … Read more about Rear End Car Accidents – Who’s at Fault?
Vehicle crashes are the primary cause of debilitating injuries in Florida, and the number one killer of Americans under the age of 34. Getting unsafe vehicles off the road is vital to improving traffic safety and saving lives. In an effort to do this, the National Highway Traffic Safety … Read more about Car Malfunctions and Recalls: GM Recall Updates
One of the most common medical issues arising from automobile accidents - including rear end collisions or "fender-benders" - is referred to as "whiplash." This is the layman's term for the injuries that can be caused by a sudden, violent extension and retraction (flexion) of the neck. A number of … Read more about Understanding Whiplash