Category : General Blogs

Personal Injury Cases in Florida: Should You Fight Yours Alone?

6 Reasons It Pays To Hire A Personal Injury Attorney Home to endless beaches and entertainment, Hallandale Beach and major cities in Florida attract millions of visitors every year. Whether you find yourself dining and dancing in Fort Lauderdale, strolling the sands of West Palm Beach, braving the rides and water parks of Orlando, or seeing the cultural sites of… Read More →

Three Simple Steps That Can Devalue Your Personal Injury Claim

When someone files a personal injury claim in Florida, one of the first questions on their mind is this: how much is my case worth? Less common but more important is the question: what should I do (or not do) in order to increase the value of my case? As a personal injury plaintiff, there are three actions that are… Read More →

Here’s How Florida Will Distribute The 414,430 COVID-19 Vaccine Doses It Expects To Get This Week.

According to the Orlando Sentinel, on February 22, 2021 By Lisa J. Huriash, David Schultz and Aric Chokey South Florida Sun Sentinel! Florida will receive 414,430 doses of the COVID-19 vaccines from the federal government this week, with the largest share going to Publix stores, according to documents released by the state. The largest allocation in South Florida will go… Read More →

COVID-19 Vaccinations

COVID-19 UPDATES – Sixth Vaccination Site Opens. From: BROWARD COUNTY – COVID-19 UPDATE 1/11/21 KEY TAKEAWAYS According to Department of Health’s Florida Shots database, as of January 9: there are 39,717 individuals that have received a first dose of vaccine; 6,480 have received two (complete) dose series. That is up from 33,080 first doses and 4,061 two (complete) dose vaccinations… Read More →

Don’t Drink and Drive During the Holiday Season!

Throughout the United States, someone is hurt every two minutes – and someone dies every half hour – as a result of an alcohol-related accident. During the Holiday Season, the odds for drinking and driving accidents increase exponentially. The concept that just a couple of drinks are not a big deal is a myth: according to a University of California… Read More →

Avoid The Three C’s.

Update From The City Of Fort Lauderdale On The Coronavirus (COVID-19) The City of Fort Lauderdale and the Florida Department of Health remind everyone to protect themselves and others by avoiding the Three Cs: Closed Spaces, Crowded Places, and Close-Contact Settings and by wearing a facial covering in public: Closed Spaces: Avoid closed spaces with poor ventilation that could allow contagious… Read More →

The Three “Ds” Of The Insurance Industry: Delay, Deny, Defend

U.S. insurance companies rake in billions of dollars in profits every year. How does the insurance industry make so much money? Unfortunately, many insurance companies – even the most well known and well respected – engage in dirty tricks and unethical behavior to boost their profits. Some of the most common tactics can be referred to as the three Ds: Delay,… Read More →

Brake Failure Can Be Frightening

We all take our brakes for granted and the fact is that stopping a vehicle is much more important than starting it. To try and avoid brake failure you should have your brakes checked every time you have your car or truck serviced. Your mechanic will be able to recommend any brake maintenance necessary to keep your car’s brakes working… Read More →

Food Distribution Finder

From: Broward County, Together4Broward is a taskforce of Broward service organizations collaborating during these extraordinary times to ensure our Broward community has access to critical resources, of which our first priority is nutritious food. Use the map below to find a food distribution site near you.

Reopening Requires Facial Covering And Social Distancing

From: Broward County, Broward County’s Phase 1 reopening to include beaches, commercial gyms and fitness centers, hotels and other commercial lodging, with restrictions. Guidance for each type of establishment that is allowed to reopen is detailed in a series of 14 attachments. Businesses and residents continue to be responsible for adherence to social distancing, facial covering and sanitation requirements. More….… Read More →

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