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Monthly Archives: January 2022


Texting While Driving: Knowing The Dangers

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith PLLC |

Since 2019, a law in Florida has allowed law enforcement officers to stop drivers for the offense of texting while driving. The law, which took effect in October 2019, made texting while driving a primary offense in the state and started fines at $30. Yet texting while driving continues to happen in Florida, and… Read More »

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5 Things To Know About Florida Motorcycle Accidents

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith PLLC |

Motorcycle accidents in South Florida can be devastating whether they occur in a high-speed collision on the highway or in ordinary traffic. Given that motorcyclists do not have the same physical protections as vehicle occupants—to be sure, motorcyclists are completely exposed in the event of a collision—motorcyclists frequently sustain catastrophic injuries like traumatic amputations,… Read More »

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Florida’s Move Over Law: What You Should Know

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith PLLC |

Bicycle accidents happen much too often in Florida given that residents and visitors can ride bicycles throughout the year. Indeed, while year-round warm weather can be a great benefit to many people, it can also mean that more bicyclist and pedestrian accidents occur in urban and suburban areas of the state. If you or… Read More »

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The Consolidated Appropriation Act of 2021 will be effective on January 1, 2022. Title I of the new law includes the “No Surprise Act”.


By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith PLLC |

A person is in involved in a bad crash that is the fault of an uninsured driver. She is rushed to the emergency room, undergoes blood work, a neurological consultation, orthopedic consultation and a battery of tests.  She is worried about her health but not the bills. Why should she worry, she has great… Read More »

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