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  • It’s Florida Prom and Graduation Season – Watch Out for Teen Drivers

    May 14, 2018

    It’s prom and graduation season, which means more teens are out on the roads, and accidents are more likely to occur. In this post we’ll detail statistics for driving accidents that are common this time of year and tell you what to do to protect yourself. If you are in a car accident with a […]

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  • Know the Elements of a Florida Bad Faith Insurance Claim

    May 07, 2018

    As an insurance policyholder, you pay your premium with the understanding that should disaster strike, your insurance company will cover the damages. That they will act in good faith. However, it’s important to remember that it’s in your insurer’s best financial interest not to pay out your claim. Sometimes, insurance companies will push the envelope […]

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  • Just How Common Is Medical Malpractice in Florida?

    May 02, 2018

    Medical malpractice in Florida is much more common than you may realize. How common? Take a look at just a few stats: Nearly $4 billion is paid out in medical malpractice claims each year in the United States. Other than death, the top reasons for injury claims include significant or major permanent injury, brain damage, […]

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  • How’s Florida Doing with Distracted Driving? Not Well

    April 26, 2018

    April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month in Florida, and law enforcement officials work hard to educate the public about the number of deaths in Florida each year due to distracted driving. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem like their effort is doing much good. Below, we’re going to take a look at some alarming statistics, cover distracting […]

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  • Hurt in a Florida DUI Crash? Don’t Forget the Crimes Compensation Act

    April 22, 2018

    As many Florida citizens know all too well, spring breakers can be noisy. They can be annoying. Worst of all, though, they can be dangerous when they commit negligent acts such as driving while intoxicated. This isn’t behavior that’s limited to Florida, either. For example, two high school students were recently hit and killed by […]

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  • Reasons Insurers Deny Florida Homeowner Claims – and How to Fight Back

    April 11, 2018

    Has your homeowner’s insurance claim recently been denied? Here are common reasons that claims get denied, and what you can do to fight back. Common Reasons for Denied Claims Deductible not met If damage occurs and the repair or replacement is less than your deductible, you cannot file for compensation from your insurance company. Missed […]

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  • Easter Injuries Florida Parents Need to Know About

    April 06, 2018

    Most people don’t think of Easter as a time when people tend to get injured, but every year people get hurt in various accidents related to the holiday.  What kind of accidents?  Well, one mother in Oregon is seeking $112,000 in damages after she was allegedly injured in a 2016 egg hunt. Rachel Townsend took […]

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  • Why Do Single-Car Accidents Happen in Florida?

    March 29, 2018

    A Lake City woman recently died in a single car accident, while three others suffered serious injuries. What happened? In the early morning hours of Mar. 4, the four women were traveling in a Hyundai Sonata in eastern Suwannee County. At 12:25 a.m. the driver crossed over the road’s shoulder and hit a culvert. The […]

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  • Rehab Facility Death Raises Questions about Duty to Care in Florida

    March 22, 2018

    When checking into drug addiction treatment centers, patients and their family members trust that the facility will provide for the patient’s medical care, safety, and well-being while in treatment. Due to the nature of drug addiction and withdrawal, rehab facilities must supervise patients continuously to prevent self-harm or injury to other patients. All of which […]

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  • Florida Stores Can’t Just Refuse to Show Slip and Fall Videos

    March 15, 2018

    When shoppers walk through stores, browsing merchandise or hunting down a specific item can cause them to take their eyes off the floor, making a slip, trip, and fall injuries more likely. However, under Florida law, stores are obligated to maintain safe conditions that should prevent these injuries. A Florida woman recently fell in an […]

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