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What Do I Need To Do If I Want To File A Car Accident Lawsuit?

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If you own and drive a car or truck in South Florida, you probably already know that Florida is a no-fault state when it comes to motor vehicle insurance and car accidents. What this means for motorists in the state is that initial compensation for any injuries sustained in an accident will need to… Read More »

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NBC2 Video: Crash & Flee in DeSoto County

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Thank You Trauma Hawk!

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Many people believe air rescue started during the Korean War (think M*A*S*H*). It didn’t. An article in the November 2021 edition of Plane & Pilot points out that air medical services were first conceptualized in the late 1800s, by using hot air balloons to transport injured soldiers. The first official air ambulance flight was… Read More »

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Defensive Driving in Florida

Defensive Driving in Florida

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Now that the weather has changed, we can expect our annual influx of tourists to the sunshine state. Along with our increased population during the winter, we also see more people on the roadway. Unfortunately, this leads to more automobile collisions. Some tourists flocking to Florida are not familiar with our rules of the… Read More »

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Teen Driver Safety

Teen Driver Safety

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Teenage years are understandably the most challenging for both parents and teens.  This is the time when typical teenagers begin to show more independence from their parents and take on more responsibilities. In Florida, teenagers can obtain a driver’s license at just 16 years old. Although this may be exciting for your teenager, it’s… Read More »

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CYCLING SAFETY IN GROUP RIDES AND “PACE LINES”

Cycling Safety in Group Rides and “Pace Lines”

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Florida is fast becoming the place to go for year-round cycling. Our great weather and flat terrain have given rise to a new type of tourism call “Cycling Tourism”. Many of these rides are structured as “group rides”. Group rides can take the form of slow-paced rides at “conversational pace” which often lead from… Read More »

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Partner Mickey Smith Pays Tribute To the Pledge of Allegiance

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Firm partner Mickey Smith was honored to read a very moving message from the late Senator John McCain, before leading the Wellington Rotary Club in the Pledge of Allegiance.  If you wonder why many organizations begin their meetings by reciting the Pledge, you won’t after reading this: The Pledge Of Allegiance by Senator John… Read More »

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Be Careful where you Click…You just Might Give up your Rights

Be Careful where you Click…You just Might Give up your Rights

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In today’s ever increasing online world, people are looking to the internet for just about everything from research projects and headline news to banking and even grocery shopping. In fact, studies show that Americans spend, on average, more than 6 hours online, and visit close to 23 different websites every day.  With this level… Read More »

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How A Motorcyclist Can Avoid A Crash

How A Motorcyclist Can Avoid A Crash

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Have you ever heard that Harley Davidson makes their engines so loud so that cars are aware that the motorcycle is there?  That is not necessarily true.  According to Harley Davidson, it designs all its motorcycles to comply with the U.S. EPA Code, which mandates motorcycle engine volume to be 80 decibels or less. … Read More »

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Gov. DeSantis Vetoes Bill That Would Have Repealed Florida’s Longstanding No-Fault Law

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After a long wait, Gov. Ron DeSantis has vetoed Senate Bill 54 sponsored by Senator Danny Burgess that would have abolished Florida’s longstanding no-fault law.  Under this law that has been in effect since 1979 (with some modifications since then), Florida residents have been required to carry $10,000.00 in Personal Injury Protection coverage.  This… Read More »

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