Personal injury

Pedestrian Safety: A Two-Way Street

Posted On July 15, 2020 In Personal injury
As the sunshine melts away the quarantine blues, more people are outside and enjoying the fresh air. Hustling streets and energetic downtowns are providing a needed boost to the economy, but also creating an unsuspecting danger to pedestrians. In 2018, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reported that 6,283 pedestrians were killed in...

How the COVID-19 Pandemic Impacts Your Personal Injury Case

Posted On May 21, 2020 In Personal injury
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted millions of Americans, creating social and financial hardship across the country. As an accident victim with a personal injury case, these hardships may be heightened due to the regulations and closings surrounding the pandemic. At the Flood Law Firm, we offer our deepest sympathy to our community. In these...

Distracted Driving Awareness Month: Are You Paying Attention?

April is normally Distracted Driving Awareness Month, yet due to recent events, it will be postponed to a later determined date this year. The month focuses on a collective effort to promote safe driving behavior “through legislation, enforcement, public awareness, and education” (Traffic Safety Marketing). While millions of Americans are currently working from home,...

March Is Brain Injury Awareness Month: How You Can Participate

Posted On March 10, 2020 In Personal injury
The subject of brain injury is not discussed frequently, even though it affects millions of Americans. Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a serious condition that can have life-long effects for the victim. Sadly, people who suffer from TBI often do so without the support and assistance they need to help them manage their condition....

What Are the Dangers of Speeding?

Posted On December 17, 2019 In Personal injury
Many people nowadays always seem to be in a rush, especially during busy times of the year. More vehicles on the roads can make commutes longer, and congested roads can lead to anxiety. Under these conditions, drivers may respond by driving more aggressively, often forgetting the dangers of speeding and the risks associated with...

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