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How Personal Injury Fraud Hurts Everyone

  • April 24, 2019

Last year, a New Jersey man filed an insurance claim for injuries he sustained when he slipped on some spilled ice in his workplace’s cafeteria. But there was just one small problem: the whole incident was staged! In a video captured by his workplace’s security cameras, the man tosses ice onto the floor before positioning himself on the ground to look like he slipped and fe...

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After Notre-Dame: Fire Safety and Liability

  • April 18, 2019

Earlier this week, people in Paris and around the world watched with horror and heartbreak as Notre-Dame cathedral, a beloved French and Catholic landmark, suffered extensive damage during a sudden fire. The cathedral, which has towered over Paris since the 12th century, lost most of its roof during the blaze, as well as its iconic spire. Luckily, hardworking firefighters were ...

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Uber and Lyft: Are They Safe?

  • April 3, 2019

When you’re too tired, too tipsy, or just not in the mood to drive, ride sharing services like Uber and Lyft are real lifesavers. Emerging in recent years as an alternative to taxis, ridesharing services allow users to download an app, request a ride, and then wait for a driver. Ubers and Lyfts make for a more personable experience than taking a taxi, which is likely what att...

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Detours Ahead: McMullen Booth Road Closure Brings Temporary Changes

  • March 29, 2019

Listen up, Clearwater drivers! If McMullen Booth Road is part of your commute, you might want to factor in some extra time. A segment on the road will be closed for construction on the CSXT railroad crossing, leading to potential delays. The construction will take place on McMullen Booth Road between Drew Street and State Road 590 near Ruth Eckerd Hall. It will close traffic in...

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Recall Roundup: March 2019

  • March 29, 2019

As the saying goes, March comes in like a lion and out like a lamb. But for people who found themselves faced with a defective or dangerous product, this month might have been anything but gentle and sweet. Is a recalled product lurking in your home? Find out with the March 2019 edition of Recall Roundup! Food Recalls As we moved away from sudden cold snaps and toward summer su...

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Qualifying for Workers’ Compensation

  • March 27, 2019

From falls from high warehouse ladders to slips in the copy room to violent altercations with angry customers, there are hundreds of ways that employees can be injured while at work. When this happens, the injured employee may be entitled to Workers’ Compensation, a type of insurance that provides wage replacement and medical benefits to employees who are injured while on the...

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