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  • Unexpected Types of Home Damage after a Hurricane

    July 28, 2014

    Broken windows, torn-off siding, roofs lifted from homes—it’s no secret that hurricanes can do some pretty extensive damage, especially to homes along the Florida coast. With the potential property losses associated with tropical storms, it pays to have homeowner’s insurance that covers hurricane damage. Most lenders in Florida actually Florida homeowner’s insurance includes damage caused […]

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  • Why Summer Is the Most Dangerous Time for Teen Drivers

    July 23, 2014

    We’re well into summer, and if you are the parent of a teenager, your son or daughter has probably already had a month or more off of school. For many teens with driver’s licenses, summer means more time on the road—whether they’re driving to a summer job, going on a trip with friends, or even […]

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  • How Premises Liability Cases Differ for Adults and Children

    July 14, 2014

    As an adult injured on another person’s property, you have to look closely at the circumstances surrounding the accident. First of all, you need to determine if you had permission (explicit or implicit) to be on the property at the time of the accident. Next, you need to ask yourself honestly if a person exercising […]

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  • Thinking of Using a Ride-Sharing Service? Here’s What You Need to Know

    July 08, 2014

    Ride-sharing services such as Lyft and Uber have been popping up all over the country, offering an alternative to the traditional yellow cab. The general ease of use makes it obvious why these programs have become so popular: anyone in need of a ride has to do little more than press a button on their […]

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  • Hurricane Season Underway – How Are Floridians Getting Ready?

    June 30, 2014

    Ah, summer. The kids are out of school, nearby bodies of water are beckoning, and lots of people are finalizing their vacation plans (or already heading off on a summer trip). And then there’s the other hallmark of summer in Florida: the tropical weather. June marked the beginning of hurricane season in Florida, and while […]

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  • Dangers of Drowsy Driving Still Not Widely Recognized

    June 23, 2014

    A lot of us may recognize on some level that it’s not a good idea to drive when we’re sleep deprived. However, many drivers rationalize staying on the road when they shouldn’t because they’re trying to get home at night, have cargo to deliver, or want to cover as much ground on their road trip […]

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  • How to Gather Evidence in a Premises Liability Case

    June 16, 2014

    If you’ve suffered a serious injury after tripping and falling on someone else’s property, your priority should be getting the medical attention you need.  However, after you’re out of danger, you might start thinking about how you’re going to cover your medical expenses or make up for the lost income in case you missed work. […]

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  • How to Tell If Your Insurer Is Negotiating in Bad Faith

    June 09, 2014

    In theory, filing an insurance claim should be relatively straightforward: you submit a claim to your insurance company, an adjuster investigates the facts of the accident to determine the amount you’re entitled to under your policy, and the insurer makes the payment. But that’s just in theory. While filing a claim may go smoothly, many […]

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  • When Do I Have a Professional Malpractice Case in Florida?

    June 03, 2014

    There’s a reason professionals who work in fields such as medicine, law, and accounting have to complete years of specialized training: these are the people who can affect our health and finances based on how well they perform their job. They have a duty of care to their patients and clients, and they’re expected to […]

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  • If You Have to, Take Negligent Drivers to Civil Court

    May 29, 2014

    Criminal and civil law are two very different systems: civil law is designed to handle private disputes between organizations or individuals, while criminal law is set up to handle cases involving individuals who are deemed harmful to society. However, there are some cases where the line between criminal and civil law becomes less visible. One […]

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