Author: Angela Zervos

police car lights

The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV) has deemed January as Move Over Month, to help educate all drivers in Florida about the importance of moving over or changing lanes when emergency or service vehicles are stopped on the side of the road. Records show that there…

18-wheeler rolled over

According to statistics published by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), approximately five percent of truck accidents involve rollovers. 18-wheelers are prone to rolling over owing to size and load distribution factors. Reports show that 18 wheeler rollover crashes often lead to catastrophic personal injuries and fatalities. The causes of these…

bottles of liquor

Safe driving depends on the driver’s ability to make sound judgments, react quickly to hazardous road conditions, and maintain high levels of concentration. Alcohol diminishes these skills, which compromises the safety of road users. Some of the effects of alcohol consumption that drastically reduce driving ability include: Poor judgment Slow…

drinking alcohol

This time of year is the most “let’s celebrate” season. There are parties, events, dinners, gatherings, etc., and many of these involve alcohol. The number of accidents involving alcohol consumption increases substantially this time of year. During the holiday season, the Department of Transportation reports: “Alcohol-impaired fatalities make up more than a…

rear-end car collision

Rear-end collisions are some of the most common types of automobile accidents. They can cause serious injuries that require significant medical expenses. If you find yourself in this situation, you should act fast. Enlisting the help of an experienced car accident lawyer from Zervos & Calta, PLLC allows you to defend…