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  • Once Bitten, Twice Shy: Teaching Kids to Prevent Dog Bites

    by Jovita Kravitz

    Most dogs are not bad; they are just misunderstood. Like humans, dogs use body language to show their feelings.  If a dog is insecure, scared, anxious, in pain, or easily startled, and a human ignores the warning signs and approaches the animal anyway, it can easily lead to a bite or attack.  When this happens, […]

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  • Moving? Make Sure You Have Moving Truck Insurance!

    by Jovita Kravitz

    With the start of the fall semester at colleges and universities throughout the country, millions of students and parents are traveling to unfamiliar areas in rented moving trucks – and in many cases, they have declined insurance on those trucks. Some of those making the trek to their new school may not know the truck’s […]

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  • Don’t Be a Victim of Road Rage in Florida!

    by Jovita Kravitz

      A recent CBS news story revealed a disturbing trend on our roads and highways:  road rage is on the rise.  The article notes, “Fatal road rage incidents are up more than 30 percent since 2010, and were the cause of more than 1,700 deaths between 2010 and 2014.” Residents of the Tampa Bay, Florida […]

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  • Auto Accidents are the #1 Cause Death for Teens

    by Jovita Kravitz

    According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), auto accidents are the leading cause of death for teens in the U.S.  The statistics are alarming:  a teenage child is killed once every hour on average on the weekends, and every two hours during weekdays.  Distracted driving (usually texting, talking on the phone, taking selfies, […]

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  • Florida Roads: Surviving the Snowbirds

    by Jovita Kravitz

    Driving Tips From a Florida Auto Accident Lawyer Staying Safe on Florida’s Roads and Highways Florida Roads: Surviving the Snowbirds It may still feel like summer here in Florida, but winter has already arrived for our northern neighbors, driving snowbirds down for the season. In this issue: Florida Roads, Surviving Snowbirds, we give you 3 […]

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  • Florida PIP May Not Require
    Statement Under Oath

    by BigSea

    PIP is also known as “no fault” insurance; Every driver in the State of Florida must carry such insurance coverage. The Florida Supreme Court ruled recently that auto insurance companies providing personal injury protection (PIP) coverage may not require an injured person to submit to a statement under oath or examination under oath in order to receive […]

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  • Cobb Movie Theater Potentially Liable in Recent Texting Shooting

    by BigSea

    A few recent media reports have raised the possibility of a lawsuit against the Cobb Grove movie theater in Wesley Chapel by the widow and estate of Chad Oulson.  Oulson was shot and killed by retired Tampa police officer Curtis Reeves, Jr. on January 13, 2014 over a text message Oulson was apparently sending to his 22-month-old […]

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  • Florida Supreme Court Declares Caps on Medical Malpractice Damages for Wrongful Death Unconstitutional

    by BigSea

    On March 13, 2014, the Florida Supreme Court handed down a landmark decision declaring unconstitutional the statutory limits on non-economic damages in wrongful death lawsuits based on medical malpractice.  This long-awaited decision marked a significant victory for victims of medical malpractice in the state. The case in question is McCall v. United States, No. SC11-1148 (Fla. […]

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