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Did You Know Florida is the Most Dangerous State for Pedestrians?
Did you know Florida is the most dangerous state in the nation for pedestrians? Injury & accident attorney Andrew Rosenberg shares pedestrian risks and rights.
Do I Need to Wear a Bike Helmet in Florida?: South Florida Bike Injury Lawyer Explains
Are Bike Helmets required in Florida? South Florida Bike Injury Lawyer Shares Florida’s bike helmet rules for adults and children as well as bike safety tips
Florida is Ranked the Most Dangerous State to Ride a Bike: South Florida Bike Injury Attorney Shares Safety Tips
Florida is the Most Dangerous State to Ride a Bike in, says South Florida Bike Injury Attorney. More than 15% of bicycle accident deaths occur in Florida.
E-Bikes in South Florida: Everything you Need to Know About E-Bike Laws, E-Bike Injuries, & More Explained by Fort Lauderdale Injury Attorney
Considering an E-Bike in South Florida? Bike Injury Attorney discusses what you need to know about E-Bikes in Florida: laws, injuries, regulations & more
Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer . . . Or Was it a Drunk Driver? South Florida DUI Victim Lawyer Will Fight For You
Were you injured by a drunk driver in Florida in the holiday season? our Florida DUI Injury attorney will fight for you to recover everything you’re entitled to
Motorcycle Helmet Laws in Florida: Motorcycle Injury Attorney Talks Helmet Laws & More in Florida
Florida Motorcyclists don’t need to wear helmets IF riders are over 21 & have insurance. All other riders still need helmets, says Motorcycle Accident Lawyer.