Car Accidents Archives

What Is the Car Accident Statute of Limitations in Florida?

Posted on : October 4, 2021 by Milles Law

After a car accident, you may have serious injuries that lead to expensive medical bills and lost wages. Getting fair compensation for your injuries may require filing a car accident claim. However, you only have a certain amount of time … Continue reading

How Do I Get a Tallahassee Car Accident Report?

Posted on : July 30, 2021 by Milles Law

After a car accident in Tallahassee, as an injured accident victim, you might feel confused and overwhelmed. What do you do next? Where can you turn? What steps do you need to take to get compensation? One of the steps … Continue reading

Pedestrian Safety is a Growing Problem

Posted on : May 19, 2021 by Milles Law

As a person who enjoys walking around my community and going places on foot, I regularly notice the number of drivers who are not totally watching the road. Pedestrians have to be vigilant on the streets watching for cars that … Continue reading

The American Contingency Fee

Posted on : October 19, 2020 by Milles Law

Contingency fees arrangements in personal injury cases such a car accidents or medical malpractice cases are critical to equal justice for hardworking, middle-class Americans. In a contingent fee arrangement, the lawyer is paid a fixed percentage out of the money … Continue reading

Is In-Vehicle Technology Distracting Older Drivers?

Posted on : February 28, 2020 by Milles Law

These days, new cars are full of fancy technological features and gadgets. These features can help you navigate traffic, play your favorite songs and accept incoming phone calls with ease. At the touch of a finger, you can easily access … Continue reading

Increase in Car Accidents Due to Online Shopping

Posted on : January 22, 2020 by Milles Law

Everyone knows by now that cell phone use is a major contributor to distracted driving. Unsurprisingly, a recent study found that around 80 percent of drivers admit to using a cell phone while driving. As a result, distracted driving is … Continue reading