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  • Cruise Ships Target Elderly Passengers

    August 10, 2015

    A number of cruise lines have recently unveiled extra-long cruise itineraries, hoping to target Baby Boomers with three-to-six month cruises visiting multiple tourist destinations all over the world. Companies like Oceania (owned by the Norwegian Cruise Line) and Princess Cruises are booking cruises lasting well over 100 nights. The characteristically adventurous and often wealthier Baby […]

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  • 3 Worst Insurance Companies for Bad Faith

    August 03, 2015

    When you take out an insurance policy with a company, they have a duty to act in good faith and deal fairly with you. To act in good faith, your insurance company must handle your claim promptly, cooperating and communicating with you in a timely manner. Your insurance company should try to find a basis […]

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  • I-95 Is the Most Dangerous Highway in the U.S.

    July 29, 2015

    Florida drivers, beware: by many accounts, the Florida portion of I-95 is the most dangerous highway in the United States. Interstate 95 runs through 15 states on the Eastern coast, but the Florida stretch between Jacksonville and Miami is the most dangerous roadway in the United States, according to the auto accidents Between April 2014 […]

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  • Do I Need a Lawyer for My Personal Injury Case?

    July 22, 2015

    In the aftermath of an accident, you may be juggling a range of emotions and difficult questions.  “Why did this happen? How will this injury affect me? Can I afford these medical bills? What if I’m too hurt to work?” As you struggle with the pain, stress, and confusion, hiring a personal injury lawyer may […]

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  • The Effects of Blood Alcohol Concentration on a Driver

    July 21, 2015

    Even a small amount of alcohol can impact driving ability in a big way. Too often, drivers get behind the wheel immediately after having a couple of drinks, dismissively insisting that they are “all right to drive.” But while their speech might not be slurred and their movements seemingly fine, such individuals may be experiencing […]

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  • Dealing with the Emotional Problems of Traumatic Brain Injury

    July 04, 2015

    Long after medical bills are paid and any other scrapes, bumps, and bruises have healed, a traumatic brain injury (TBI) can continue to affect your life in profound ways. Even “mild” traumatic brain injury can affect the way your brain functions, causing headaches, difficulty thinking, and memory problems. In moderate to severe cases, TBIs can […]

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  • Has Your Vehicle Been Affected in the Takata Airbag Recall?

    June 29, 2015

    Last month, nearly 34 million vehicles in the US were recalled by Takata, one of the world’s leading airbag suppliers. The decision affects vehicles by 10 different car manufacturers, generally made between the years 2002 to 2014. It is estimated that one in seven of the more than 250 automotive vehicles in the US will […]

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  • Do I Have a Traumatic Brain Injury?

    June 22, 2015

    Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is as serious as it sounds. TBI occurs when a blow to the head disrupts the normal brain function, often affecting a victim’s cognitive abilities. This type of injury can cause immediate, long-lasting effects, including confusion, difficulty learning, trouble speaking coherently, and problems with vision and hearing. A TBI may also […]

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  • How Seatbelts Save Lives

    June 15, 2015

    As an American adult living in 2015, you probably don’t need to be sold on seat-belts. From a young age, most Americans have been surrounded with television ads, radio commercials, and billboards that broadcast the importance of buckling up. And it worked—nationwide campaigns such as “Click it or Ticket” have managed to make a difference […]

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  • Bounce House Accidents on the Rise

    June 09, 2015

    It was a sunny Monday in Fort Lauderdale when a bounce house disaster brought a Memorial Day holiday event to an abrupt halt. According to reporters from CNN, the bounce house was lifted high in the air by a whirling column of air and mist. Three children were ejected from the inflatable house into the […]

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