Orlando Rear-End Accident Attorney
In a development that James O. Cunningham and other Orlando personal injury lawyers are monitoring very closely, Orlando city officials have announced that they may ask the Florida Supreme Court to determine the legality of their red light camera ticket program. A recent ruling by the 5th District Court of Appeal ruled that when the city began the program, Orlando was preempted from launching it at the time because that decision should be made at the state level. Despite the Court of Appeal’s ruling, Florida laws governing red light camera ticket programs have changed, allowing local governments to begin such programs and making the court’s ruling moot.
A deadly series of collisions on Interstate 4 in Hillsborough County involving a Deltona man has left two people dead and others seriously injured. Florida Highway Patrol officers investigating the accidents say the series of collisions began when a 36-year-old Deltona man who was traveling eastbound on I-4 near Thonotosassa Road failed to notice that a car in front of his truck had slowed. A FHP spokesman said the man was driving a 2006 Ford pickup truck near mile marker 19 when he rear-ended a 2007 Toyota Camry that had slowed for unknown reasons.