Lower Back Pain After an Accident

Lower Back Pain After an Accident

Lower back pain is one of the most common injuries suffered during car accidents. These injuries can haunt accident victims for a very long time, causing them to miss work and struggle financially. Back pain can be a sign of…

Occupational Therapy after a Motor Vehicle Crash

Occupational therapists (OTs) are an important part of the healthcare team after a car accident. Never heard of an OT? Occupational therapists are rehabilitation professionals that help people be independent in their occupations. Occupations are the activities that make up…

Is Lane Splitting Allowed in Florida?

Is Lane Splitting Allowed in Florida?

If you are a motorcyclist in Florida, you may find it tempting at times to engage in lane splitting. As traffic crawls along or comes to a complete stop on a heavily congested, four-lane road, you may see an easy…

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Hire Englander Peebles from the Comfort of Your Own Home

We are taking the threat of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Florida very seriously. Right now, people in FL are being hurt by the threat of the Coronavirus. Let us help! We understand the fears that many people may have about…

Who Is At Fault in a Lane-Changing Accident in Florida?

Who Is At Fault in a Lane-Changing Accident in Florida?

Drivers in Florida owe a duty to each other to drive in a safe, reasonable manner and to follow all of the rules of the road. So, before a driver makes a lane change, the driver should check mirrors and…

What Is the Impact Rule in Florida? - Englander Peebles

What Is the Impact Rule in Florida (and Why Does It Matter)?

A pedestrian comes to an intersection. When the “WALK” sign flashes, the pedestrian starts to cross. However, a driver who was distracted by glancing down at a text message negligently turns directly into the pedestrian’s path. Fortunately, no impact occurs….

Eight Questions (and Answers) About Florida's New Texting While Driving Law

Florida’s New Texting While Driving Law

Police can stop drivers in Fort Lauderdale and throughout Florida and charge them with texting while driving or engaging in other forms of prohibited cell phone use under a new law that will fully go into effect on January 1,…

Florida Motorcycle Laws

Florida Motorcycle Laws

With Florida’s gorgeous scenery and beautiful year-round climate, it’s no wonder that so many motorcyclists fill our streets and highways. However, in order to safely enjoy their rides, motorcycle operators and their passengers must follow all of the rules of…

Who Is Responsible in a Rental Accident?

Who Is Responsible in an Accident Involving a Rental Car?

The moments following a car accident are always confusing. When you’re in a car accident with a rental car, however, the confusion can be even greater. You will still need to determine who was at fault for the accident. You…

Is Your Home Prepared for a Hurricane?

  Is Your Home Prepared for a Hurricane or Tropical Storm? The Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30. An average hurricane season produces: 12 named storms (winds of 39 mph or higher) 6 hurricanes (winds of…

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