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Changing Tire

Florida FirefighterFirefighters are brave members of society that often endanger their lives to help protect others. Not many people can claim this level of selflessness in their lives, but Lt. Kevin Johns was one of them. Tragically, Johns died not while on duty, but while simply changing a tire on the side of the road.

Road safety is a serious concept that many overlook; stopped on the side of the road, we check our cars without worrying too much about those speeding by. But in an instant, collisions can easily occur.

Driver at Fault

Florida Firefighter Killed By Car While Changing TireLorenza Simmons was the driver who hit Lt. Johns. Johns got a flat tire on the way to work and stopped alongside the road to fix it. While he was doing so, Simmons plowed into him in an effort to avoid the car in front of her. It is not yet conclusive if she was determined at fault, but it was confirmed that she does have numerous traffic violations on her record.

Simmons frantically called immediately for help from 911, but to no avail. Lt. Johns was pronounced dead on the way to the hospital. Distracted driving is currently the possible cause of the accident although this has not yet officially been determined.

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Honor Paid at Fort Lauderdale Fire Expo

Lt. Johns worked with the Fort Lauderdale Fire and Rescue team for twenty-nine years with the intent of retiring in April 2015. Johns is survived by his wife and three children, and a host of friends and coworkers who considered him not only a great firefighter, but also a friend.

The honors paid regarding the life of Lt. Johns were not limited to a roadside event. The Fort Lauderdale Fire Expo paid their respects to the fallen hero as well, with the family of Lt. Johns seated in the first row at the expo. A video played during the event showing images of Lt. Johns with his family and fellow firefighters. A chaplain recited a prayer focusing on protection from line-of-duty firefighters everywhere, as well as peace for Johns’ family.

This year’s expo’s events were dedicated to Johns, particularly due to his dedication to meticulously planning the expo each year. Training was his main focus.

Contact the Law Offices of Cohn & Smith Now

The tragic loss of Lt. Johns was particularly devastating to his community in Florida because he did so much to help so many over nearly three decades. Unfortunately, traffic accidents that produce fatalities are all too common. The grieving process is vital, and justice can be a formidable component of that process.

To receive the justice your loved one deserves, as well as restitution for lost wages, pain, suffering and other trauma, please call the law offices of Cohn & Smith today at 954-320-6328 for a free consultation.

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car crash report

Lily QuintusA car careening through a daycare center is likely the definition of a worst nightmare for any parent or guardian. Unfortunately, that is exactly what happened at the Kindercare Learning Center located outside of Orlando, Florida. The life of 4-year-old Lily Quintus was tragically stolen and the lives of fourteen others were impacted.

The crash report indicated that the driver was first rear-ended just outside the daycare center, after which he, instead of braking, accelerated at a high rate of speed into the daycare center. One moment, children were happily enjoying snack time, and the next they were embroiled in chaos. Lives significantly changed in only 4.2 seconds.

The Florida Highway Patrol does consider someone at fault, but not the driver who slammed through the daycare center and into tables of children, inevitably the guilty party in their eyes is the man who hit them: Robert Corchado.

For fleeing the scene, Corchado is a hit-and-run suspect, and for possession of heroin, cocaine, and marijuana in his Dodge Durango, he faces a litany of drug charges. All of this criminal activity adds up to a rather high bond of $301,000. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, if Corchado had not hit the car of 61-year-old Arthur Campbell, the chain of events that led to the tragic accident would have never occurred.

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Charges For the Suspect

Car CrashesCharges against Corchado include possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of cannabis, possession of cocaine with intent to sell, and heroin trafficking. Due to the amounts of drugs on hand, as well as the possession of $5,000 cash, Corchado incurred selling charges. According to the judge, if Corchado posts bond, then he must prove the money is not sourced from illegal activities.

Furthermore, this case also appears to be linked to another case, which is still pending. In December 2013, an investigator found $6,000 in cash and the same drugs in question stuffed in a backpack in the car of Corchado in Seminole County.

Jailhouse Video

A jailhouse video was released depicting the suspect, Mr. Corchado, discussing his current situation with his mother. In the video, Corchado called the incident a “nightmare”. His mother explained how she believed he was innocent and in particular that everyone was seeing the alleged crime in the wrong light, including her son’s legal representation, the media, and local law enforcement. She also detailed how she disliked discussing the incident because it upset her son. She was also bothered that the Dodge Durango Corchado was driving belonged to her and she wanted it returned from evidence currently possessed by the police.

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The guilt in the case above will likely be easy for a jury to determine, but nevertheless a strong defense is essential for any defendant. Likewise, the victims of hit-and-runs, fatal or otherwise, need a skilled and highly trained lawyer in order to seek justice and restitution. Call the law offices of Cohn & Smith today at 954-320-6328 for a free consultation and to learn more about how we can help you.

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Crash Injures

The Raiders, the women’s basketball team of Northwest Florida State, is dealing with the shock of its coach’s injuries sustained in a violent car accident on SR 75. The head-on crash affected all lanes of northbound traffic in Okaloosa County on State Road 85. Three people were injured, including the drivers of both cars. Patrick Harrington, the coach of the Raiders, was taken via helicopter to Baptist Hospital in Pensacola in critical condition. His legs were badly injured. Immediate surgery was performed in effort to repair them.

Crash InjuresThe accident occurred when Patrick Harrington and his wife, Lori were traveling down SR 85. Arthur Clyburn veered across a median and three southbound lanes before striking the couple head-on. Head-on crashes multiply the speeds of each traveling vehicle. Eyewitness accounts describe the crash as truly horrific both drivers were extracted from their vehicles via the Jaws of Life. Patrick Harrington was driving a Ford Fusion and Clyburn was driving a Nissan Versa—each was essentially totaled with over $20k in damage. While Mr. Harrington was listed as in critical condition, his wife, Lori was listed as in serious condition at Fort Walton Beach Medical Center, to which she was transported via ambulance with cracked vertebrae and ribs. After several hours she was released to join her husband.

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Team Stands Behind Coach

The Raiders team was shocked to learn about the horrific crash and injuries suffered by their beloved coach. Several members of the team turned to social media to offer get-well messages. Harrington is a popular coach with the Raiders, having led them to two consecutive quarterfinal appearances in the NJCAA Division, as well as a record of 100-25. According to Raiders team members, Mr. Harrington’s focus on treating the team like family was evident through their success on the court.

Contact the Law Offices of Cohn & Smith Now

For some, full recovery is not attainable and life is forever altered; for many, injuries, such as those to the neck and back, continue to cause physical pain and mobility issues throughout their lives. If a friend, loved one or family member has experienced trauma as a result of a car accident, it is vital they seek representation to help them receive restitution for pain, suffering, and financial costs. The goal, when battling the challenges that come with surviving a serious accident, is to mitigate those challenges as much as possible. Call the law offices of Cohn & Smith today at 954-320-6328 for a free consultation.

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Avoid Distractions on the Road

Distractions While DrivingDriving on the road is a privilege for anyone who chooses to acquire a driver’s license and use the roads. Therefore, it is important to follow all road rules at all times.

Unfortunately, many common distractions that can cause accidents are not illegal activities, so it is up to each individual driver to be responsible, make good decisions while riding and driving a vehicle, and ensure safe driving. While many are aware that texting or driving under the influence are some of the top causes of many accidents, there are other distractions that should also be avoided.

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Common Distractions that Can Cause Accidents

The Radio. Whether you’re a young teen or an adult, the radio can be a huge distraction while driving. Many people can be distracted from fidgeting with the radio, trying to find a station they like, or trying to change or find certain songs on an iPod.

A radio that is too loud can also be a distraction. The radio should remain at a volume that is tolerable and does not drone out other emergency noises such as sirens, ambulances or even other cars honking to get your attention.

Pick a CD or playlist you enjoy for the duration you are in a vehicle to avoid taking your hands off the wheel. If you have a passenger, ask him or her to change the station or find something you both enjoy and keep the radio at a level that allows you to hear all outside noises.

The Passengers. You may have all of your attention on the road but if your passengers are distracting, then this may causeyou to take your eyes off the road long enough to cause an accident.If any passengers, such as children are causing distractions, then it is the responsibility of the driver to pull over. Remind children to bring a handheld device or toy into the car prior to leaving home or school in order to ensure they stay entertained for the car ride and to avoid distractions.

Know Your Route. Technology has allowed drivers to use Smartphones and a GPSto help them find routes and maps. While these tools have proven to be incredibly useful and helpful, they can also be equally as distracting as looking at a paper map.

Be sure to enter the address of a destination into the phone or GPS system before leaving. Turn the product’s volume up loud enough to ensure all of the directions are heard to avoid looking at the device every several seconds. If a wrong turn is made, then the driver should pull over to find the correct route. Drivers should avoid fidgeting with a device while driving at all costs.

Other Helpful Tips. Other distractions that can be avoided while on the road include:

  • Avoiding all cell phone use; use a hands-free device such as Bluetooth
  • Fidgeting or playing with hair or make-up while driving
  • Eating; stop to eat or eat before or after the trip

Involved in a Car Accident? Contact Cohn & Smith

If you’ve been involved in a car accident and where you felt distracted or where the other driver was distracted, contact Cohn & Smith today at (954)-431-8100 for a free consultation. We will take the time to see that you receive the justice and proper settlement you deserve for any injuries, pain or suffering. We stand firmly behind the belief that all drivers should have one priority: focusing on the road.

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Vehicle Technology Reduce Car Accidents in Florida

Someday your car will be so much more intelligent, thanks to connected vehicle technology promoted by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, otherwise known as Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communications Technology. In a recent press release, the NHTSA made its intentions clear: it will propose rule making for extensive research on V2V communication technology.

Preliminary Estimates

Will Connected Vehicle Technology Reduce Car Accidents in FloridaThe motivation behind the research into connected vehicle tech is safety, plain and simple. Of course the main question that comes to everyone’s mind when it comes to connected vehicle technology is whether or not it will reduce accidents. There are simply too many injuries, fatalities, and occurrences of property damage each day.

Fortunately, estimates state that 1,083 lives and 592,000 crashes could be prevented annually. Advance warning is a huge potential way to save people from half of the types of crashes that occur. This would be accomplished through warnings for conditions like turning in front of another vehicle and entering an intersection at an unsafe time. Eventually drivers will be warned about all types of imminent danger.

Connected Vehicle Technology Explained

Connected vehicle technology connects vehicles to each other while driving. The benefits of this innovation are not difficult to understand. That said, this technology is not just about drivers receiving traffic information and warnings about impending danger; they can also simply communicate with one another, as well as personal devices and traffic infrastructure.

Below is a list of the different ways this technology can be applied to the everyday life of the American driver:

Information: Real-time data on traffic congestion.

Mobile: Every vehicle using a traffic system will be connected to other vehicles.

Safety: Drivers have limited visibility, but technology can improve that visibility to ensure that no detail is out of sight, and create warnings when danger approaches.

Community Testing

Communities are already planning how to connect cars to achieve the myriad of benefits possible with V2V technology. In fact, IBM recently conducted an extensive test in Eindhoven, a Netherlands city. This test put into practice the sharing of information between cars, including location, acceleration, and braking data. This data will be used in the future for analysis by a central traffic authority, leading to the faster resolution of issues on the road.

Emissions Reduction

The reduction of emissions is a new benefit of connected car technology being explored by the U.S. government. The Intelligent Transportation Society of America recently released a report that stated a 2-4% reduction in the consumption of oil was possible. The timeline for this percentage was approximately a decade. Also, the study does not simply refer to the connected vehicle technology being currently pursued by the NHTSA, but all types of emerging transportation technology.

Contact Cohn & Smith Today for Help

Have you or a loved one been involved in an accident? The Law Offices of Cohn & Smith will evaluate your case and present you with options for justice. Negligence on the road is never acceptable, and our legal team is always available to fight for you. Call us now at 954-740-8331.

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New Florida Law Bans Texting While Driving

Texting While Driving Accident Lawyer AventuraFlorida Governor Rick Scott signed SB 52 on May 28, 2014, which bans the use of driving while using wireless communication devices. The bill does not refer to phoning another person on a wireless communication device, but rather instant messaging, emailing, and text messaging. The excessive amount of typing when communicating in these ways is seen as more prohibitive to safe driving than simply dialing a phone call, which requires fewer characters and keystrokes.

The governor cites his own personal concerns for his children and grandchildren while driving and operating wireless devices as part of his motivation for signing the bill into law. The timing was also intentional as the 100 days leading up to Labor Day from Memorial Day have resulted in the most teenage fatalities.

Dangers of Texting & Driving

The roads are much more dangerous with texting and driving. Hands-free and handheld devices both pose threats. Although hands-free devices are being touted for their increased safety, this is not necessarily true. Mobile devices are now manufactured into cars by both Apple and Google. They claim that keeping eyes on the road due to hands-free operation prevents accidents, but data collected from Bluetooth studies indicate otherwise. It is not so much the physical action of typing, which is targeted by SB 52, but rather the cognitive act of engaging in a conversation that causes increased accidents.

Critics of the Law

Some criticize the new law as being too lenient, given the dangers posed by texting and driving. Drivers are allowed too much freedom, and thereby the law does not go far enough, some say. The evidence for this point of criticism is the lack of penalty for using wireless communication devices while not moving, including traffic jams, stop lights, and when a vehicle is in park. Also, the punishment when breaking this law is seen as lenient. Texting while driving is a secondary offense in Florida, which requires you to commit another offense and be stopped for it before you can be ticketed for texting. The first offense costs $30.00 and the second costs $60.00. In fact, a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 2007-2010 study indicated that complete bans of texting resulted in the best reductions in related automobile accidents.

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Supporters of the Law

Lawmakers, police officers, medical professionals, and countless parents and guardians throughout the state of Florida stand behind SB 52. In fact, most Floridians support the ban, according to consistent results from polls. Establishing the law has taken five years, failing each time due a lack of Republican support from the House. However, Will Weatherford, the House Speaker, finally supported the measure and it passed. $1 million was spent on a marketing campaign to explain to the public the ban on texting and driving with the slogan, “texting and driving … it can wait”.

Contact an Aventura Car Accident Lawyer Now

Texting and driving causes too many accidents, resulting in property damage, injury, and, unfortunately, fatalities in the state of Florida every year. If you have been the victim of an accident, whether or not it is related to texting and driving, please call The Law Offices of Cohn & Smith now at 954-740-8331.

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Older Driver and Car Accident Injury Pembroke Pines

It is well known that the elderly find it difficult to receive safe transportation because their driving abilities decline. Infirmity results in walking becoming a difficult task as well. As a result most elderly persons can only use public transportation. 15.5 million persons over the age of 65 live in communities that have no public transportation, however. Unfortunately this leads to seniors being unable to regain their mobility, then exposing themselves to danger because they have to accomplish certain tasks.

In 2008 alone over 5,500 older adults died as a result of motor vehicle crashes, according to the CDC. Another 183,000 were injured. These numbers equate to 15 seniors dying each day and 500 becoming injured on average. It’s also important to note that the number of older drivers is increasing, up 23% from 1999 to 2009, numbering 33 million five years ago alone. Do you need the services of an Aventura car accident lawyer? Please contact us today.

The Risk of Fatality

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), between 2001 and 2010 the study of crash data revealed many important facts, such as the two below. Overall these facts uncovered that when people drive over the age of 75 are in danger of getting hurt or killed, in addition to the same risk if these persons travel somewhere on foot.

● Persons above the age of 75 were twice as likely to die when compared to those below the age of 34 in pedestrian accidents related to traffic. This statistic applies to older men and women when compared to younger women and men.

● 4,000 traffic-related deaths in the U.S. each year can be attributed to pedestrians, out of 34,000 deaths total.

The Reason For Increased Risk

Older adults in the United States involved in a car wreck on foot are more likely to die — the death rate in fact twice that of younger persons — because, for one, they are more likely to be involved in a wreck in the first place. This is due to mental and age-related physical disabilities. When the wreck occurs, infirmities increase the severity of injuries. The elderly continue to risk their lives because they have no other mode of transportation. If you have a relative who is a senior and is at risk for this type of tragedy, it’s important to remain aware and prevent it at all costs. Provide safe transportation for these loved ones over the age of 75 and protect them from injury or an early demise.

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The elderly can reduce their risk of being in an accident by planning out their routes, exercising regularly for increased flexibility, finding alternatives to driving, avoiding distractions in the car, leaving a substantial following distance in front of the next car, driving during good weather and daylight and maintaining their visits to their ophthalmologist.

Hire An Aventura Car Accident Lawyer

Has an elderly person you know been involved in a car accident which caused injury or death? The Law Offices of Cohn & Smith are standing by to evaluate your case and let you know whether or not you should pursue litigation. Don’t accept the fallout from the accident as something for which you can not seek restitution. Contact us now.

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Car Accident Injuries

The different types of car accident injuries include traumatic brain injuries, closed head injuries and face and jaw injuries, as well as psychological injuries and injuries to the back, spinal cord and neck. Unfortunately, car accidents potentially leave no part of the body spared depending on the severity of the crash. These injuries can result in lifelong pain and suffering, lost wages and other untold hardships. Read about the types of potential injuries car accidents can inflict below and then contact the Law Offices of Cohn and Smith for a consultation about your accident today. Our team of

Fort Lauderdale car accident lawyers is happy to help.


While physical injuries are most commonly associated with car accidents, the psychological injuries can take an even greater toll on an accident victim. These types of injuries occur most commonly when a loved one or friend is lost as a result of an accident. How psychological injuries manifest themselves depend on the person; short-term or long-term issues may result, such as after effects like PTSD and emotional distress.

Face & Jaw

Injuries to the face and jaw can result after contact with shattered glass, car seats, a windshield, airbags, the dashboard or the steering wheel. Cosmetic and dental surgery required to restore your face or jaw easily costs thousands of dollars and you deserve a defense that holds those responsible for these costs. This is why you need the consultation of our Fort Lauderdale car accident lawyers today.

Back, Spinal Cord & Neck Injuries

These injuries range from moderate to severe. Moderate cases include whiplash, while severe cases include disc injuries that need surgery and rehabilitation or cervical radiculopathy. Fully recovering from these injuries is very difficult and takes a long amount of time. Damage to the back, spinal cord and neck does not necessarily present itself at the time of the accident, either. It can take a while for these injuries to become apparent, leading to a risk that they are worsened in the intervening period.

Closed Head & Traumatic Brain Injuries

These are some of the most prevalent car accident injuries and unfortunately some of the worst as far as the fallout of their ramifications. The scope of these injuries ranges from brain problems that influence your day-to-day life and your ability to care for yourself and work, to mild concussions you can overcome in a relatively short amount of time. When these injuries occur it can easily seem like nothing is wrong, leading to a greater chance for further complications as a result of problems like internal bleeding.

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Hire The Best in Fort Lauderdale Car Accident Lawyers Now

If you or a loved one has experienced injuries as a result of a reckless or negligent driver, you deserve to be compensated. We have obtained proper compensation for many clients and we can make your situation as right as it possibly can be as well.

The physical and mental injuries you have suffered are not the end of your potential pain. Rehabilitation and medical bills come with their own mounting pressure, and if you are unable to work your entire household can be at risk. Please contact the law offices of Cohn and Smith now.

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Safety Idea before Child Birth

Pregnancy can be a long and stressful process for most women. When it comes delivery time, men and women included can become overwhelmed with both excitement and concern. Bringing a new life into the world is a wonderful miracle and is often one of the most beautiful, natural occurrences known to humanity.

However, giving birth certainly doesn’t come without its concerns and worry for expectant parents. Sometimes a safe delivery can sometimes bring more stress than happiness, especially if malpractice exists during delivery. Paying attention to several important details can help ensure a safe delivery for the child and fewer concerns for parents.

Prepare a Birth Plan

Having a birth plan is a great way to ensure that parents take the time to go through the details, potential hazards, and steps to ensure a healthy and safe delivery. While some situations do arise that can cause a change in a birth plan, such as an emergency c-section, having a birth plan to stick to can help guide parents and their doctor through a safe delivery process.

Furthermore, discussing a plan with your partner or whoever is with you for support can help assist you. This can include personal, cultural, and religious beliefs concerning medicine, procedures, and birth preferences. Having extra support can provide you with a strict following to your plan.

Know Your Doctor

Getting to know your doctor and his or her team can not only ensure that delivery goes as smooth as possible but it can put many of your worries and concerns at ease.

Researching and finding the perfect doctor is something that can take time during a pregnancy, especially as a mother or parents go through the process and stages, but it’s important to meet with your doctor as many times as necessary before the big day. If your doctor has a team they work with, get to know them as well. In case an emergency occurs and your doctor is unavailable, knowing who is next in line can be a big help in alleviating additional worry and stress.

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Once you choose a doctor, discuss your birth plan with him or her before and during the delivery to remind them of your preferences. Remember, if a nurse or doctor is not answering your questions, be persistent. You have a right to know what’s going on with your body and the baby.

Find a True Support Team

Regardless of whether you have a partner, a trusted friend or a family member, having extra support in the room can be beneficial. Having support can help you make immediate decisions and even help you in choosing medications or if other issues arise.

A trusted person can also help a mother understand what a doctor or nurse might be telling you. Make sure the doctor knows that whoever is in the room with you should be aware of what is going on. Having a family member around can also ensure that you know what medications you’re being given and how much.

If everyone involved is privy to the information and details regarding the delivery process, then this will ensure it will go as smoothly as possible.

Contact a Compassionate Lawyer

As stressful and exciting as the delivery room can be, worrying about a healthy and safe delivery for your baby can be the most stressful thing. If you or your baby has suffered injuries because of the negligence of a medical provider, don’t hesitate to contact a Fort Lauderdale medical malpractice attorney. Contact Cohn & Smith online or call (954)-431-8100 for a free consultation.

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Motorcycle Accident Attorney Fort Lauderdale FL

Veteran riders of motorcycles probably have had at least one near miss when it comes to motorcycle accidents. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, part of the U.S. Department of Transportation, indicates motorcyclists multiply their risk of a fatal accident by 35 times compared to automobiles.

Motorcycles are a lot of fun to operate — nobody who has driven one or ridden on one can deny this — so the risk-taking is understandable. After all, some of us simply need to take more risks to get that zest out of life we call crave. Unfortunately this often results in accidents which cause serious injuries or, all too commonly, death. Below are situations in which you, as a motorcycle rider, have probably found yourself at one time or another. Understand them better and learn how to avoid accidents in the future. If you have already been in an accident, please contact an Aventura car accident lawyer now. The Law Offices of Cohn & Smith are standing by to take your call.

Blind Turns

Blind turns plague motorcyclists in densely populated cities across the United States every single day. Cars line up in traffic along sidewalks while others pull out into the road without being able to see vehicles or motorcycles coming their way. Some people edge out slowly, looking in the direction of oncoming traffic, while others simply pull right out into whatever danger may or may not be lurking around the corner. If you are approaching one of these vehicles on your motorcycle, you will either hit the other vehicle or swerve and hit another object. Sometimes you can avoid this situation and other times you can not; when you can not be extremely cautious in order to avoid an accident.

Crossing Intersections

Don’t cross an intersection right when the light turns green; you are simply opening yourself up to too much risk and it only takes a moment longer to look both ways and proceed with caution. Don’t rely on drivers to adhere to the color of the traffic lights. If you have already fallen victim in this scenario due to the negligence of another driver you need to contact an Aventura car accident lawyer today.

Stopped Traffic

Do not remain in the center lane of traffic when traffic is stopped. Why? Because you have nowhere to go if another vehicle rear ends you, which leads to being crushed between the approaching car and the one stopped in front of you. Choose either side lane and stay in one of those lanes at all times, then point your front tire towards the gap between the two cars in front of you or towards the emergency lane on either side of the highway, if there is one. In theory this will cause you to be knocked into a clear space instead of against the car directly in front of you, thus greatly limiting potential injuries.

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Blind Spots

Everyone should avoid blind spots whether you drive a motorcycle or a car. However as a motorcyclist you need to understand that it’s difficult for vehicles to see you because you are of a much smaller size relatively. Get out of blind spots immediately because they are one of the most common causes of motorcycle accidents on the road.

Hire an Aventura Car Accident Lawyer Now

If you have been in an accident as a result of colliding with a car while riding your motorcycle, you need the help of a car accident lawyer now. Please contact the Law Offices of Cohn & Smith immediately. We are ready to fight for your interests and attain  any due restitution to cover your pain and suffering.

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