Safety Tips

Huge Bike Crash Verdict Shows Cars Aren’t The Only Issue

A South Florida man paralyzed in a bike crash received a multimillion-dollar verdict in Palm Beach County last week. James Schnurr, now 67, an accountant and former government official, received a damage award of $41 million after a jury trial in state court. Most bike crash cases involve motor vehicles. Schnurr’s case was different: he… read more

Daycares: An Unsafe Environment

Do you drop off your little ones to daycare each day you go to work? Parents over depend on daycare centers to provide a safe, secure, and supervised space while they are away. Caretakers and daycare staff members need to take their responsibility seriously and never act negligently when looking after children placed under their… read more

Preparing for Hurricane Irma in Florida

Natural disasters are often unpredictable and extremely damaging. With Texans still recovering from the recent damage from Hurricane Harvey, Florida residents are now preparing for the worst with Hurricane Irma just a few days away. According to recent estimations, the storm is projected to hit Southern Florida this coming weekend. With winds consistently set around… read more

4 Boating Accident Prevention Tips

Boating is a fun recreational pastime during hot Florida summers, but if certain precautions aren’t taken, a fun day out on the ocean or lake can become dangerous. At Roman & Gaynor, we care about your safety and the safety of your family. If you plan on boating this summer, consider the following tips to… read more

July is Wrong Way Driving Awareness Month

The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles has designated July asWrong Way Driving Awareness Month. Wrong way driving collisions occur when vehicles fail to observe pavement markings and posted traffic signs and proceed into a lane going the wrong direction. The majority of wrong way driving collisions are head-on, resulting in three-quarters of… read more

Learn the Signs of Swimmers in Distress as Summer Beach Season Approaches

It’s nearly beach season! While enjoying the beach and water is one of summer’s greatest pleasures, we should all take a moment to think about water safety. This is especially important for young children –drowning is the number two cause of accidental death for kids 15 and younger (vehicle accidents are number one). About 750… read more

4 Ways to Avoid Drunk Driving Accidents This Spring Break

With spring break right around the corner, many people are getting ready to visit new places, hang out by the pool, and relax in good company. Of course, many people who take advantage of this vacation time will want to enjoy a few alcoholic beverages to unwind. As a result, the roads can become a… read more

5 Tips to Keep Your Family Safe While Traveling During Spring Break

With spring break just around the corner, many young individuals and families will be traveling to different cities to enjoy new views, the outdoors, and friends. Of course, time on the road means higher risks for seriouscar accidents. To keep yourself, your friends, and your family safe when traveling this spring, consider the following 5… read more