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Florida Personal Injury Law Blog

By Montlick & Associates

Our Personal Injury Attorneys at Montlick and Associates would like to welcome you to our legal blog. The blog is designed to provide helpful information to injury victims about their legal rights and remedies, and to promote family safety so that accidents can be prevented before they happen. While our attorneys and staff have provided information on many topics, we know that you may have specific questions based on your unique situation. We invite you to contact us for your free consultation with one of our Personal Injury Lawyers so that we can evaluate your case, let you know about your legal rights and the steps that need to be taken to protect those rights, and to address your specific concerns and questions.


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Important Distracted Driving Information for Every Parent of a Florida Teen Driver

December 02, 2022

Although many programs exist to reduce the risk of collisions involving teen drivers, motorists in the 16 and 17-year-old age range are five times more likely to be involved in a fatal auto accident than drivers from ages 30 to 59-years-old.  Approximately one in five 16-year-old drivers are involved in an accident during their first year of driving.  The number of accidents involving teens presents a serious issue with over 800,000 registered teen drivers in Florida.  In this blog, we examine the significant role distracted driving plays in causing teen auto accidents.

Why Not Wearing a Motorcycle Helmet Can Prove Costly for a Florida Motorcycle Accident Victims

November 28, 2022

While the safety benefits of wearing head protection when riding a motorcycle are well documented, the decision to strap on a helmet also can have an impact on a rider’s financial recovery following a crash, depending on what state the collision occurred in.  Although the decision not to wear a helmet generally does not shield a negligent driver from liability, this choice can have a substantial effect on both the injuries experienced and the financial recovery of a motorcycle enthusiast.

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All information provided by our blogs is general in nature and should not be relied upon as legal advice. Consult a Montlick attorney for details about your unique situation.