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  • No-Fault Auto Insurance Could Be Ending in Florida
    No-Fault Auto Insurance Could Be Ending in Florida

    Florida State Representative Bill Hager – a Republican from Delray Beach, only a little ways south of Stuart – has proposed House Bill 997 in early December 2015. The bill calls for the dismantling of ...

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  • Safety Tips You Should Know Before Hosting a Holiday Party
    Safety Tips You Should Know Before Hosting a Holiday Party

    If you are planning on hosting a Christmas or New Year’s Eve party this year, preparation time is getting short. But remember: haste makes waste. Do not rush things, or you could risk making a serious ...

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  • Safety Tips for Highway Car Accidents
    Safety Tips for Highway Car Accidents

    A simple fender bender on a city street can be much simpler to deal with than a collision on a speedy highway. In the state of Florida, highways can have speed limits up to 70 miles per hour, making ...

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  • Injury Claims and DUI Accidents
    Injury Claims and DUI Accidents

    If you are a driver in Florida, you already know that driving under the influence (DUI) of drugs or alcohol is strictly illegal. And yet, thousands of motorists do this exact activity every year. ...

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  • Defective Tire Lawsuits Require Effective Trial Attorneys
    Defective Tire Lawsuits Require Effective Trial Attorneys

    In October of 2011, Arizona resident Kimberly Allen was in a devastating single-vehicle accident that caused her car to roll several times. The results were multiple painful and debilitating injuries. ...

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  • Defective Tires Could Be Unnoticed by Federal Recall System
    Defective Tires Could Be Unnoticed by Federal Recall System

    The National Transportation Safety Board’s (NTSB) Office of Highway Safety has recently reanalyzed its own system for catching and recalling defective tires . The results of their internal study was ...

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