The holidays can be a busy time for families caught up in all the fun activities going on and all the shopping that needs to be done, but it’s also a time of year when giving back can be so meaningful and impactful.
People flock to Florida year after year for a variety of reasons. Some visit for our theme parks and beaches, others arrive for the year-round tropical weather, and some like the fact that Florida doesn’t have an income tax.
Driving on the highway at a modest 55 MPH is quite an average commute for many Floridians, as are brief glimpses at the phone to check sports scores, reading a text message or 100 other momentary distractions.
The fallout from a car accident manifests in many different ways. Some are obvious, like when an individual suffers from injuries, requiring medical attention and ongoing treatment that an insurance company will have to cover.
Ever since cell phones gave us the ability to send text messages, and phone service providers began offering unlimited texting as a primary service, the problem of motorists who are texting while driving has become an increasingly challenging issue.