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  • How to Prevent Accidents and Injuries on the Water

    February 15, 2014

    If you live in Florida, it’s almost a guarantee that you spend at least some time on the open water. With nearly 1,200 miles of coastline and comfortably warm temperatures year-round, it would be difficult to convince yourself not to. But it doesn’t matter if you’re swimming, boating, fishing, scuba diving, or engaging in some […]

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  • Road Block for Traffic Cameras in Florida

    February 09, 2014

    We’ve all seen them before: those little cameras perched on top of traffic lights and the signs that warn “Red Light Photo Enforced”. Do those cameras make a difference to your driving behavior? You might think that you’d be a safe and responsible driver regardless, and that the camera doesn’t make that big a difference, […]

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  • Vacation Accidents to Avoid (and What to Do If You Can’t)

    February 03, 2014

    It’s February, and that means that tourist season is in full swing in the Sunshine State. People from all over come to enjoy our comfortably warm weather, gorgeous beaches, relaxed atmosphere, innumerable theme parks, and other exciting destinations. Most of them are quite good at preparing for their trip (bathing suits, sunscreen, itineraries and the […]

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  • Vacation Injuries Are More Common Than You Might Think

    January 30, 2014

    It’s vacation season, and Floridians can expect to see plenty of tourists exploring our state’s cities, beaches, and amusement parks this winter. You and your family may be planning your own in-state vacation, or getting ready to visit another part of the world. If you are getting ready for a vacation, you’re probably thinking about […]

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  • Why Are Buses Missing Obvious Safety Features?

    January 27, 2014

    When you ride the bus, you’re probably not thinking much about whether or not it’s safe. You just want to get from point A to point B, and if you don’t have a car of your own, the local metro is the easiest – and cheapest – way to do that. Unfortunately, buses aren’t safe. […]

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  • Why Changes to PIP Have People in Florida Piqued

    January 22, 2014

    Okay, a quick show of hands. How many of you actually know what PIP means? Probably not very many – but you should. The acronym stands for Personal Injury Protection, and it’s a law that is a by-product of Florida being a no-fault state. It was put in place to make sure that Floridians injured […]

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  • People Go On Royal Caribbean Majesty of the Seas Cruise, get Norovirus

    January 21, 2014

    What do you think about when you imagine going on a cruise? Most people would probably say things like sitting by the pool, taking in amazing sights, sipping delicious cocktails, enjoying onboard entertainment, and – most of all – relaxing. One thing that you’re not likely to imagine is spending large portions of your vacation […]

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  • The “Affluenza” Defense: Right or Wrong?

    January 18, 2014

    The recent case of Texas teen Ethan Couch has left many in and outside the legal community scratching their heads in confusion. Couch, a wealthy white sixteen-year-old, killed the four people he plowed his truck into while driving drunk after stealing beer—but was only sentenced to 10 years’ probation, with no jail time. How did […]

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  • What to Do If You Fall and Hurt Yourself in a Store

    January 15, 2014

    If you slip and fall in a store, parking lot, or neighbor’s walkway, the first thing you’re probably going to feel (besides the pain!) is embarrassment. No one wants to be looked at as the clumsy person who ends up on their rear end all the time, and this might lead you to do some […]

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  • New Regulations Call for Truckers to Take a Break

    January 13, 2014

    Long haul truckers are well-known for their lengthy stints behind the wheels of big rigs. If ever there were a career where workers push themselves to the limit, this is it. Because they often get paid per mile and have to meet tight deadlines, many truckers will drive for days without taking a significant break. […]

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