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6 Tips to Keep Your Teens from Texting & Driving

Our Fort Lauderdale car accident lawyer offers 6 tips to help keep teens from texting and driving.

John Uustal writes for Sun Sentinel: “Some ‘accidents’ are avoidable”

Fort Lauderdale personal injury lawyer John Uustal recently wrote an article on avoidable accidents for the Sun Sentinel.

Man vs. Machine: The New Era of Self-Driven Cars

Involved in a car accident? Speak with a Fort Lauderdale car accident lawyer at Kelley | Uustal about your injuries and options for legal recourse.

NHTSA Investigates Possible Defect in Nissan Versa Coil Springs

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will be investigating possible defects associated with coil springs in Nissan Versa cars.

Millions of Vehicles Recalled Due to Defective Takata Airbags

Find information about defective Takata airbags, vehicle recalls,and the rights of consumers injured by dangerous products!

Do You Have a Ford Explorer Carbon Monoxide Lawsuit?

Kelley | Uustal is reviewing cases from consumers who believe their Ford Explorers may have dangerous carbon monoxide leaks. Call today to learn if you have a claim.

New Study Records Distracted Teen Drivers

A new traffic safety study is shining light on distracted driving among teenagers. Read more about the study on Kelley | Uustal’s blog!

Tire Failure Causes Fatal Crash on I-75

A tire failure accident led to two deaths in Weston, Florida. To learn more about this story and tire defect lawsuits, visit our blog today.

How Do I Find the Right Lawyer After a Car Accident?

If you have been injured in a car accident in South Florida, you may have many questions running through your mind. One of the biggest, however, may be how to find a lawyer?

Stay Awake, Stay Alert, Stay Alive: Tips for Safe Driving

Not many Americans actually get the recommended hours of sleep each night. As a result most drivers on the road are sleep deprived, drowsy, and ready to take a nap.