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  • How Hiring a Plumber Could Put You at Risk of a Lawsuit
    How Hiring a Plumber Could Put You at Risk of a Lawsuit

    We depend on things like the roof over our head, our plumbing systems, our heating and cooling, and our electrical grid to make life comfortable and enjoyable. So when something goes wrong, it’s not ...

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  • Talcum Powder & the Risk of Ovarian Cancer
    Talcum Powder & the Risk of Ovarian Cancer

    Have you ever used talcum powder before? If you’re like most people, there’s a strong chance you have. Talcum powder is essentially the mineral talc ground up into an extraordinarily fine powder that ...

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  • What You Need to Know About Legionnaires' Disease
    What You Need to Know About Legionnaires' Disease

    There’s something immensely satisfying about taking a nice sip of water when you’re extremely thirsty or jumping into a swimming pool when it’s hot outside. However, while the water may seem ...

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  • What Is Restitution?
    What Is Restitution?

    Florida law states that you are responsible for your conduct at all times, and your actions that cause someone else to be injured may make you liable to compensate them for the damages they suffer. ...

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  • Five Important Hurricane Season Safety Tips
    Five Important Hurricane Season Safety Tips

    We’re approaching the end of hurricane season, but that also means we’re headed for the worst and traditionally strongest period of time. And of course, Mother Nature herself has made quite clear that ...

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  • Five Surprising Ways You Could Be Liable For Damages
    Five Surprising Ways You Could Be Liable For Damages

    When your actions or conduct are the cause of someone else’s injury, you could be held liable for the damages and thus be financially responsible for them. While most people think of liability in ...

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