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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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  • High School Sports and Wrongful Death

    September 29, 2014

    Playing sports in high school can be a great way for students to get exercise, learn valuable skills, and build friendships. However, when coaches push their student athletes too hard or place them in risky situations, the results can be deadly. In one recent tragic case, a 16-year-old high school football player died after being […]

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  • New Apple Tech Creates Distractions for Drivers and Pedestrians

    September 22, 2014

    In early September, Apple unveiled its two newest products—the iPhone 6 and the Apple Watch. The spy gadget-like Apple Watch, which users can wear around their wrists like a traditional watch, will feature over 50 applications and allow users to do things like respond to text messages, make payments, and navigate with GPS. The new […]

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  • Surgery Errors That Can Lead to Medical Malpractice Suits

    September 15, 2014

    Surgeons can quite literally hold their patients’ lives in their hands, so it makes sense that they are required to go through years of higher education and rigorous training before earning their medical degree. Sadly, in spite of all this training, surgery errors are still all too common. Researchers at Johns Hopkins University School of […]

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  • Uber Comes to Ft Lauderdale, but Not without Controversy

    September 08, 2014

    Love or hate Uber, the ride-share service has been making significant in-roads in Florida. Most recently, UberX has begun operating in Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach. For those who are still unfamiliar with the brand, Uber has two basic services: Uber Black and UberX. Uber Black is the higher-end option and uses licensed chauffeurs […]

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  • How a Home Inventory Can Help Your Insurance Claim

    September 02, 2014

    Your homeowner’s and flood insurance is meant to protect you if any of your property or possessions are damaged or lost due to theft, a hurricane, or another natural disaster. Unfortunately, you may discover that your insurance company drags their feet when it comes time to process your claim—or outright denies the claim—if you can’t […]

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  • How Much are Slip and Fall Injuries Costing Us?

    August 25, 2014

    Anyone who has ever been seriously injured in a slip and fall mishap already understands the great personal cost this type of accident can have: you may have been faced with steep medical bills, forced to take time off of work, and experienced intense pain and suffering. But the high price (both literally and figuratively) […]

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  • Older Used Vehicles Put Teens at Greater Risk for Accidents

    August 18, 2014

     For many teens, getting a driver’s license and driving an old, beat-up (but affordable) car is a rite of passage. You may even have your own fond memories of driving around a used car that was practically falling apart when you were sixteen or seventeen. But while it may be commonplace for teens to drive […]

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  • Can Testosterone Therapy Harm Cancer Patients?

    August 11, 2014

    Prostate cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer, affecting roughly 1 in 7 men over the course of a lifetime. Fortunately, the majority of prostate cancer cases are caught early and are classified as low-risk. Less fortunately, a potentially harmful treatment called testosterone therapy is still commonly prescribed to early-stage prostate cancer […]

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