The Evolving Landscape of Scooter Rental Liability in FL

In recent years, the streets of Florida’s cities have seen a surge in the popularity of electric scooters as a convenient and eco-friendly mode of transportation. While these scooters offer a quick and easy way to navigate urban areas, they also bring about complex legal issues, particularly in terms of liability.


The Rise of Electric Scooter Rentals


Electric scooter rental services, such as Bird,

FL Rideshare Liability: What To Do After an Accident

Rideshares are convenient and cost-effective, which is why they are so popular – especially in areas with heavy tourism like Florida. However, they’ve created some legal questions, particularly surrounding what happens if you’re in an accident while using one.


Any type of car accident can be an emotional and frightening experience. When it happens in a rideshare, it can become a very complex matter, which

Injured in a Ride-share Car Accident in Florida? They May Not Pay

Ridesharing platforms like Lyft and Uber have changed the way people get where they’re going. Rideshares popularity only continues to increase in Florida and around the country.


For this reason, you should educate yourself on the process if you’re injured in a rideshare accident in Florida. The financial responsibility in these cases may land in complicated ways.


Here’s what you need to know to

Can’t Drive or Don’t Want To? Seniors Still Have Options In FL

For many seniors, transportation is one aspect of staying healthy and independent. If they don’t have a reliable way to get to appointments or the store, then it makes it more difficult for them to stay in their homes as they get older.


Social isolation is a big problem for a lot of seniors, too, which is why even if you don’t drive, finding a

Floridians Using Rideshare Apps Must Now Wear Masks

If you’re planning to take an Uber or other rideshare in Florida anytime soon, then you better make sure you have a face mask handy.


Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Tampa Bay Times reports that rideshares such as Uber are requiring drivers to wear masks when driving now. In fact, drivers must prove they’re wearing a mask before they can accept any rider through

Understanding Liability in Florida Rideshare Accidents


In South Florida, it often feels like you can’t get anywhere unless you have a car. Even if you do have a car, you still have to deal with traffic and parking.


Luckily, we live in a day and age where technology has allowed us to get around easier than ever by using on-demand ridesharing services like Uber and Lyft. On top of that,