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Passing On 2-Lane Highways

By Robert W. Elton |

Who hasn’t been behind a vehicle that is plunking along much too slowly? On a major freeway with multiple lanes, passing that slow-moving automobile is no big deal. But when you’re on a two-lane country road, making a pass can be much more treacherous. If you’ve been injured in an accident resulting from a… Read More »

Drunk Driving: a Nefarious Problem

By Robert W. Elton |

If you or a loved one has been injured in a DUI-related accident, you are not alone. Consider these recent Florida tragedies: In Fernandina Beach, 33-year-old Tonya Naomi Capallia-Eason had alcohol in her system when she struck a utility pole and overturned her SUV, killing two young boys and injuring five others. In St…. Read More »


Comparative Negligence in an Auto Accident

By Robert W. Elton |

Imagine you are attempting to make a left hand turn out of a parking lot onto a busy roadway. Traffic is backed up, but luckily, a motorist stops before the driveway and waves you forward. You ease out, nodding your thanks, then creep past his car as you prepare to cross the road to… Read More »