June 2018

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How Well Current Midsize SUVs Will Protect Front Passengers In A Crash

The insurance Institute for Highway Safety has been good about forcing auto manufacturers to improve their products. It appears that some of the companies, however, had been modifying their vehicles to meet the test, which had been a crash on the driver’s side up until now. The new passenger side test has some startling conclusions, […]

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Uber, Lyft, and Rules to TNC Operations in Florida

In Florida, where tourists and locals travel increasingly by rideshare app services, the Senate passed a bill nullifying all municipal regulation of such companies, establishing universal rules to transportation network company (“TNC”) operations throughout the state. Contrary to the ad hoc rule development trend surrounding rideshare companies, Florida has prohibited local jurisdictions to enact separate

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When the Ultimate Florida Cruise Vacation Ends in Disaster

The Sunshine State is one of the most popular vacation destinations in the world, and a major port for cruise ships unloading passengers. Recent news reportage on personal injury cases resulting from cruise vacations gone awry, reminds us that both crime and tortious negligence contribute to harm of passengers each year. Accidents leading to injury

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