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  • Airbags Are Supposed to Save Lives – Not Endanger Them

    December 10, 2014

    When you think about airbags, you probably imagine someone being cushioned from a damaging collision. The airbag is an innovation that has saved countless lives over the years and protected even more people from catastrophic injury. But over the past year, more and more information has come out about malfunctioning airbags from Takata Corp in […]

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  • Florida Sees More Car-Crash Drownings than Any Other State

    December 02, 2014

    A car might be the last place you would expect to drown, but recent studies found car-crash drownings in Florida to be alarmingly common. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, an average of 57 riders drown in their vehicles each year, accounting for 2.1% of annual Florida auto accident fatalities overall. In fact, […]

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  • Floridians Should Take Care During Busy Thanksgiving Travel

    November 24, 2014

    When most people think about Thanksgiving, their brains immediately go to the three “Fs” – food, family, and football. It’s a day of gorging ourselves on hearty fare, surrounding ourselves with people we love (and, let’s be honest, sometimes a few that we just tolerate), and taking in the big games of the day. But […]

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  • Uber Almost Legal in Florida, But Issues Abound

    November 17, 2014

    Ask Florida locals if they believe ride-sharing company. But despite opposition from both local groups and the Public Transportation Commission, Uber is mere steps away from being able to legally operate in Florida, because the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation has just confirmed that Uber’s insurance policy meets the requirements of the state’s insurance code. […]

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  • Potential Accident Risks at a Child’s Birthday Party

    November 10, 2014

    The sun is shining, hot dogs are sizzling on the grill, and birthday guests frolic happily in the pool. A child’s birthday party is a blissful event, but you can’t let yourself forget the potential hazards that lay hidden within this seemingly harmless scene. Of course, birthday parties thrown by responsible parents are usually quite […]

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  • The Cost of Motorcycle Accidents

    November 03, 2014

    Motorcycles are typically less expensive and use less gas than cars, making them a more cost-effective form of transportation. What’s much more expensive, though, is the cost of a motorcycle injury. It shouldn’t come as a huge surprise that motorcycle accidents result in more serious injuries and have a higher average cost than car accidents; […]

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  • Identifying Brain Injuries in Children

    October 28, 2014

    Young children frequently experience falls, bumps, and bruises as they develop their motor skills. School-age children and teenagers may also experience injuries due to things like sports accidents or even car crashes. Sometimes children are lucky and avoid any kind of lasting injury, but in other cases, they may experience a traumatic brain injury (TBI). […]

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  • Does Your Home Insurance Have You Fully Covered?

    October 21, 2014

    You pay for your homeowner’s insurance because you believe it will prevent you from being financially devastated if disaster strikes—but how closely have you read your policy? Do you know exactly what’s covered and what requires supplemental insurance? That’s the kind of question that you want to answer before you file a claim and find […]

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  • What Happens When Your Injuries’ Costs Exceed PIP in Florida

    October 14, 2014

    In most other states, when you get into a car accident, one of the drivers is determined to be “at-fault.” Our state, however, is a “no-fault” state where the other driver cannot be held responsible for injuries that you incur from the accident unless those injuries are serious enough to meet Florida’s “injury threshold.” Before […]

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  • “Tort Reform” Does Not Actually Produce Savings

    October 07, 2014

    “Tort reform,” which places caps on medical malpractice payouts to plaintiffs, is often touted as a means of driving health care costs down and attracting more doctors to a state. But, as it turns out, placing a monetary cap on non-economic damages in medical malpractice cases does not actually have a significant impact on health […]

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