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What Happens After a Tailgating Car Accident in Florida?

January 28, 2019

One of the many causes of a vehicle collision is tailgating. When a tailgating car accident takes place, it is highly likely that the vehicle behind you has not been maintaining a safe distance from your vehicle. If someone rear ended your car in Middleburg, Florida, it is important to know which steps you should…

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20 car crash tips and things you should know after an accident.

January 28, 2019

More than 90 people die in car accidents each day in the U.S. Another three million are injured, with about two million of those experiencing long-term or permanent injuries. (Photo: ALM Media archives) Wearing a seat belt reduces your risk of death by 45% and your risk of serious injury by 50% yet among the…

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While traffic laws and penalties are the same for personal automobile accidents and commercial automobile accidents, there are some important differences to keep in mind if you are involved in an accident with a driver of a commercial vehicle

January 28, 2019

People often worry that if they are in a traffic accident with someone who is driving a commercial vehicle, they won’t stand a chance in court because the company has more money and assets. The law applies the same to a business as it does a “regular person.” Commercial vehicles raise several different challenges to…

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Drivers Slammed With Top-3 US Rates

January 21, 2019

Florida drivers now face the third-highest insurance bills in the nation, two new surveys show, as lawmakers consider again in 2019 whether to repeal a no-fault car insurance system widely criticized for high costs, fraud and inefficiency. Ending it, a state study found, could save drivers $81 per car or close to $1 billion a…

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Florida Workers’ Compensation Laws

January 2, 2019

While most people think of Florida as a place to vacation, you know full well that it takes a lot of workers to provide services to all of those tourists. Whether you spend your days dressed up as Cinderella or you’re a proud senior caretaker, if you are injured at work, you need to prepare…

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Florida Workers’ Compensation Laws

January 2, 2019

While most people think of Florida as a place to vacation, you know full well that it takes a lot of workers to provide services to all of those tourists. Whether you spend your days dressed up as Cinderella or you’re a proud senior caretaker, if you are injured at work, you need to prepare…

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9 Ways in Which Seniors Can Avoid Slip, Trip and Fall Accidents

January 2, 2019

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 25 percent of seniors age 65 and older suffer a fall every year. Annually, slip, trip and fall accidents among the elderly account for 2.8 million injuries and 27,000 deaths. Many suffer head trauma, hip fractures and lacerations due to falls. Since falls are the leading…

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New Year’s Eve Safety Tips

January 2, 2019

You may be out late celebrating the New Year. Welcome it in safely with these tips. Do: Plan a ride in advance On average, driving accidents rise during the holidays, so it’s crucial to have a safe ride on a night when so many people are out and about. Don’t assume you’ll be able to…

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Five Christmas Hazards Around The Home

December 17, 2018

It’s that time of year again: when we get out the tinsel and baubles, fire up the fairy lights, and bring a tree into the house. Christmas is certainly an enjoyable time of year, and we waste no time in making sure our houses are full of that Christmas feeling, both inside and out. But…

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