• Florida Texting While Driving Law in Effect

    Posted By Roman & Gaynor || 29-Oct-2013

    As of October 1, a new Florida texting law went into effect. This law makes it a secondary offense to text while driving. In other words, an officer cannot simply pull you over for texting, unless you have committed another infraction. When another infraction is committed, an officer can write you a $30 ticket. Many individuals believe this legislation is not aggressive enough. Research by the ...
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  • "Celebrate" Campaign for Safe Driving

    Posted By Roman & Gaynor || 24-Oct-2013

    State Farm Insurance recently implemented a campaign to promote safe driving among high school students called "Celebrate My Drive." According to State Farm, the campaign is meant to appreciate the coming of age achievement of driving, yet provide a sobering reminder about the responsibility such a rite of passage carries. Teen driving car accident statistics are staggering, so State ...
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  • "Celebrate" Campaign for Safe Driving

    Posted By Roman & Gaynor || 24-Oct-2013

    State Farm Insurance recently implemented a campaign to promote safe driving among high school students called "Celebrate My Drive." According to State Farm, the campaign is meant to appreciate the coming of age achievement of driving, yet provide a sobering reminder about the responsibility such a rite of passage carries. Teen driving car accident statistics are staggering, so State ...
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  • Insurance Companies Are Bringing Big Brother to Personal Injury Cases

    Posted By Roman & Gaynor || 4-Oct-2013

    Personal injury cases almost always involve questions about how badly people are injured, and the cause of their injuries. One of the key types of evidence used to prove or disprove injuries are medical records. While medical records are usually private, people have to give up their medical privacy when they make an injury claim. For that reason, both plaintiff and defense lawyers have always ...
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  • Insurance Companies Are Bringing Big Brother to Personal Injury Cases

    Posted By Roman & Gaynor || 4-Oct-2013

    Personal injury cases almost always involve questions about how badly people are injured, and the cause of their injuries. One of the key types of evidence used to prove or disprove injuries are medical records. While medical records are usually private, people have to give up their medical privacy when they make an injury claim. For that reason, both plaintiff and defense lawyers have always ...
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