December 2017

Amtrak train cars dangling over the freeway in Washington

A horrible derailing of an Amtrak train in Washington is still under investigation for the cause, but preliminary thoughts are that speed could have played a factor in the derailment. Trains, like motor vehicles, must operate at safe speeds to keep the occupants safe. Whether this train was running at unsafe speeds or there was

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Proper Insurance Coverage For Flood Damage: What You Need To Know!

It’s Raining, It’s Pouring—What Can I Do About Flood Damage? Hurricanes, tornados and other bad storms can wreak havoc on your home and property. Mother Nature sometimes makes her might known with devastating storms that can leave residences and businesses with major damage. What can you do in advance to prepare and protect your residence and your

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Ford has announced a recall for just over 200,000 2016 F-150s and Explorers

Ford has issued a safety recall for 2016 Explorers and F150s, for fear that a bolt securing a seat could cause the seat to shift and causing people to no longer be properly restrained. If you’re driving one of these vehicles, be sure to check when it was manufactured and if it is within the

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After the Storm: Tips for Managing Storm Damage Insurance Claims

When disasters like hurricanes hit, people are often left with a host of problems to deal with. Storms can be mentally and emotionally taxing on the people who are affected. Worrying about family members, pets, property and evacuation plans can take a huge toll on anyone. But if you’ve sustained storm damage, you will need

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PIP v. Mandatory BI: What’s Necessary on Florida’s Roads?

Since its enactment, Florida’s personal injury protection statute (PIP), Fla. Stat. § 627.737, has been the subject of controversy. It provides $10,000.00 for medical expenses and/or lost wages for injured parties arising from a motor vehicle crash that is purchased by the insured for his/her use, regardless of fault. The statute’s intent is to provide

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