Monthly Archives: June 2021
Following 5 Traffic Laws Can Help Riders Prevent Florida Bicycle Accidents
It takes just a few vehicles rushing past you at high speeds to make you realize how vulnerable you are to bicycle accidents when riding around Central Florida. As such, you take proper safety precautions to avoid injuries, such as wearing a helmet and inspecting your bike before heading out. However, you might not… Read More »
How Do Florida’s No-Fault Laws Apply To Motorcycle Accidents?
Even without a legal background, you are well-aware of your auto insurance requirements established by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV). To register any four-wheeled vehicle, you must have proof that you carry at least $10,000 in Personal Injury Protection (PIP) insurance and $10,000 in property damage coverage. Part of… Read More »
Employee V. Independent Contractor: Why The Difference Is Critical For Florida Workers’ Comp
It is a relief to know that you do not need to prove that your employer was at fault when filing for workers’ compensation, but there is still one key requirement for obtaining monetary benefits: You need to show that you qualify under the definition of employee under Florida workers’ comp laws. The statute… Read More »