The Dori Slosberg Foundation is a champion of roadway and driver safety
throughout the state of Florida. Established in 2004, the foundation is
a non-profit, public service organization committed to educating the public
on traffic safety. Our firm is thrilled that such an organization exists
and proudly supports all that is promoted and accomplished by those involved.
Programs Dedicated to Roadway Safety
Dori Slosberg, the daughter of State Representative Irving “Irv”
Slosberg, was tragically killed in a car accident in which she was not
wearing a seatbelt. This accident prompted family members and others in
the community to establish the foundation in memory of Dori’s life.
Numerous programs are hosted each year by The Dori Slosberg Foundation,
with each one focusing on a different aspect of traffic safety. One of
the first, referred to as ‘Staying Alive on 95, 75 & Florida’s
Roadways,’ is held each June. Safety issues regarding I-95 are discussed
and numerous individuals address factors that could make Florida’s
The DUI 0 Tolerance program also takes place each year as a way to acknowledge
the DUI law enforcement officers who continually enforce safety on the
roads. DUI survivors and victims are also encouraged to share their stories
to promote a zero-tolerance policy for drunk drivers.
Other programs, including the Driver’s Education & Safe Teen
Driving programs and the Safe Senior Transportation program, are intended
to help these specific age groups traverse safely throughout Florida.
Proudly Supporting Such an Honorable Cause
As a personal injury firm in Miami, Stabinski Law is always
in support of anything that will make Florida’s roadways a safer
place for drivers and pedestrians. We’ve represented hundreds of
individuals victimized by negligent and inattentive drivers and could
not be happier that The Dori Slosberg Foundation is working to reduce
We anticipate much success from this organization in the coming years.
Our Fort Lauderdale car accident lawyers believe that positive change
can turn Florida into a much safer and educated state.
To learn more about The Dori Slosberg Foundation, please visit their website: