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Video: Sheriff clocked going over 100MPH before hitting SUV, injuring driver

(via Wausau Daily Herald) A Marathon County Sheriff’s Department deputy appeared to have been speeding at 122 mph on Highway 107 just before his squad car slammed into the back of an SUV and injured its driver on Tuesday night, investigators said Friday. AUTO ACCIDENT HELP 888-FL-LEGAL CALL US | GET IN TOUCH ONLINE Dash

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PIP 14-Day Rule, “Emergency Medical Condition” explained

This is for physicians who may have this question. Clients often contacting us about documentation for an “emergency medical condition” (“EMC”) and also ask about the 14 day rule in PIP. Q: Should an “emergency medical condition” (“EMC”) be documented in your patient’s records if the Patient went to the emergency room before coming to

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Call The Feds: Spring Hill Couple Pocketed $153K by keeping sinkhole a secret

(Tampa Bay Times)   A federal jury convicted a Spring Hill couple of wire fraud Thursday for keeping a sinkhole secret from buyers after first pocketing a $153,745 insurance settlement and making only cosmetic repairs. 888-FL-LEGAL Q&A | CALL US NOW FOR SINKHOLE HELP In 2009, Glenn and Kathryn Jasen discovered a sinkhole beneath their

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Are Poor People Really More Likely To Die While Driving Than Others?

(via Yahoo) We’re led to believe that traffic fatalities are on the decline, and indeed they are—but only for the well off. New research says that for lower income, less educated individuals, the chance of dying in a vehicular-related incident has actually risen significantly. The news arrives via the Washington Post, quoting research from the

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