Brooksville Red Light Cams: News By Your Car Accident Lawyers
Driver negligence, whether willful or accidental, such as running red lights is a serious problem. Whether you believe that red light cameras were put up as a way to generate revenue or you believe that they are there to catch red light runners is up to you. However, according to a report by Bay News 9, red light cameras in Brooksville are back. Chances are, you've already noticed them.
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Lowman Car Accident Lawyers Look At The Report On Brooksville Red Light Cameras
According to the report, "Red-light cameras are up and snapping pictures at a Hernando County intersection, and other cameras are expected to come on line soon."
"If your travels take you through the intersection of U.S. 41 and Wiscon Road, you had better hit the brakes when the light turns red. Red-light cameras are now watching your every move."
"Brooksville police say 288 drivers were busted the first week the cameras were operational, and another 265 violations are pending."
"Motorist Marla Banta has mixed feeling about the cameras."
“It is good to deter people from running them, but it is a little scary because people know that they are there and they will slam on their brakes at the last minute and could cause another type of accident,” Banta said.
Red-light runners caught on camera will get a ticket for $158.
This is nothing new for a lot of drivers. A couple of years ago, red-light cameras went up in Brooksville, and then they were taken down. Now they are back up."
"Cameras are also up at the intersections of State Road 50 and U.S. 41 and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and U.S. 41. Officials say they should be operational soon."
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If you were hit or injured as the result of someone running a red light in Brooksville (or anywhere in Hernando County), contact and speak directly with car accident lawyers at Lowman Law Firm. As we said before, we pride ourselves on our one-on-one, individualized service. Our clients are our neighbors. We intend to and always strive to stand up for those who do not have a voice in court. Our consultations are always free and we don't collect unless we win your case.