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Driving and Texting Is 300% More Dangerous Than Drunk Driving

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that in 2011, 3,300 people were killed and 416,000 people injured in traffic crashes involving distracted drivers. Texting accidents account for nearly 20% of all fatal crashes, making driving and texting 300% more dangerous than drunk driving. Florida’s no texting law will

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Ramifications of a Marijuana Conviction in Florida

Did you know that a conviction for any drug offense (including misdemeanor possession of marijuana) will result in an automatic and immediate two (2) year suspension of driver’s license regardless of whether the crime was driving-related? We understand that your arrest and prosecution for possession of marijuana is serious. If

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Evidence Jurors Never Hear

A trial is supposed to be where jurors find the truth.  Right?  Well, believe it or not, they don’t get to hear all relevant evidence.  Let’s just look at three examples. Florida law provides that whatever automobile drivers tell the investigating police officer at the accident scene is not admissible

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The Most Important Thing to Know when Buying Auto Insurance

Buying automobile insurance can be confusing and people tend to just follow the advice of a sales representative or insurance agent who is primary goal is to make a sale.  That’s a big mistake because this sales representative or insurance agent is not analyzing your needs and may not understand

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Right car seat for your child may save a life

Car crashes are the number one killer of children. According to the National Highway Traffic Administration a correctly used car seat reduces the risk of fatalities and serious injuries by 71%. The best way to protect them in the car is to put them in the right seat, at the

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Florida’s PIP Law Goes to Florida First District Court of Appeal

On Tuesday, September 17, 2013, the Florida First District Court of Appeal will hear oral argument on Florida’s “New PIP” statute in the case of McCarty v. Myers, Case No. 1D13-1355 (Fla. 1st DCA), on appeal from Myers v. McCarty, Case No. 2013-CA-0073 (Fla. 2nd Cir. Ct. March 15, 2013

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