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Avoiding Road Hazards While Riding Your Motorcycle

Although being behind the wheel of a motorcycle can be fun and exhilarating, motorcycle accidents caused 4,976 deaths in 2016. Due to the fact that motorcycles are smaller, less sturdy, and less stable, they are more at risk for being affected by common road hazards....

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Why Are H-1B Visa Applications Down?

2018 marks the lowest number of applicants for the H-1B visa in some time. In fact, it seems there is a downward trend in the number of visa applicants for the last couple of years. Starting with 2017 there were only 199,000 applicants, which was the first year since...

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Your Guide To Cell Phone Driving Laws In Florida

When you’re driving, paying attention to the road is a serious matter. No one should ever let themselves get distracted. In some states, laws around cell phone use while driving can be steep, but relatively speaking, cell phone laws in Florida are pretty lax. Still,...

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What You Need To Know About Witnessing A Car Accident

There is no easy way to deal with car accidents. It does not matter if you are directly involved or just an idle bystander with a clear view of what happened, accidents cause severe trauma for all involved. If you witness a car accident in the middle of a busy road,...

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What You Need to Know about Florida Marijuana Laws

A recent poll conducted by the University of North Florida shows that 62% of Florida residents support recreational marijuana legalization. While that number is an all-time high for the Sunshine State, recreational marijuana is still illegal. That means there are...

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How Social Media Can Undercut Your Personal Injury Claim

According to a new study, 68 percent of adults use Facebook, 35 percent are on Instagram, and 24 percent are on Twitter. Social media has taken over our world. It’s how we communicate with friends and family, how we showcase our travel memories, and how we build our...

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What You Need to Know about Florida Workers’ Compensation

In 2016, workers were paid $1,483,947,765 in total benefits in Florida. If you are thinking about filing for workers’ compensation, you should know that you are not alone. Every single year, thousands and thousands of honest Florida workers file workers’ compensation...

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The Aftermath of the Parkland Shooting

On February 14, 2018, tragedy struck South Florida. A gunman, who will not be named so as to not give him the attention that he so desperately wants, shot 34 young people at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. 17 people were injured, and 17 people...

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