Car Accidents

Personal Injury & Car Accident Attorneys Serving Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Naples & Nearby Southwest Florida

Posted: August 23, 2021
As Labor Day approaches, many people will be making the most of what’s remaining of summer vacation, heading to the beach or visiting nearby attractions to squeeze as much fun as possible out of these final days of summer. As traffic increases, it is important to remember your role in creating it… Read Full Post
Posted: October 16, 2020
Neck injury is a common consequence of accidents. Motor vehicle accidents, slip and fall accidents, and any other type of accident in which impact to the head, neck, or back is possible can result in damage, but identifying a neck injury can be very difficult if you’re not certain what to look for… Read Full Post
Posted: April 20, 2020
In this podcast, Jim Kelleher, managing partner of the Kelleher Law in Naples and Fort Myers, Florida, discusses why you don't need to pay a lawyer the extra fees involved with retaining an attorney for representation after an auto accident. This short and informative podcast will provide you with… Read Full Post
Posted: May 28, 2019
You know that distracted driving is a problem. You may even think you’re a superstar at avoiding phone calls and texting while you drive, but research from several apps and companies that monitor phone use and driving, suggests otherwise. One company, Zendrive, took data from millions of cellphones… Read Full Post
Posted: November 21, 2018
Thanksgiving is the most traveled holiday of the year. An estimated 51 million people will travel this year, and around 90 percent will do so by motor vehicle, which means you’re sharing the road with 45.5 million travelers. More cars on the roads mean you’re more likely to be in an auto accident… Read Full Post
Posted: June 19, 2018
Here in Florida, the rainy season is upon us. It’s that time of year when heavy rains and winds occur more frequently as strong storms shower the state on a weekly basis. This year, the National Weather Service (NWS) announced that May 15 was the start of the rainy season in Florida, an earlier… Read Full Post