2015 Legislative Session- What Passed What Failed?

This year’s Florida legislative session was filled with hostility and drama. The standard 60-day session ended three days early due to contention between the House and Senate on Medicaid Expansion. …

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Car-Child Safety Tips

Recently, an 18-month-old girl died in Panama City when her mother forgot her in the car.  The child was found unresponsive eight hours later. A tragedy like this sparks a …

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Have you lost your Florida Driver’s License? Forgiveness awaits.

Each year many Florida drivers commit a transgression resulting in the loss of their driver’s license. Thankfully, forgiveness is extended by the state in the form of an SR22 or …

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Treadmill Safety

The recent death of Dave Goldberg, known Silicon Valley executive and husband of Facebook director Cheryl Sandburg is a tragic reminder of how average exercise equipment has the potential to …

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Florida Ranks High In Uninsured

The U.S. Census Bureau released data this week revealing Florida has the second-highest number of uninsured residents from across the nation. According to  the Small Area Health Insurance Estimates report, in 2013, …

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Your Tax Dollars at Work

The Florida 2015 Legislative Session is underway. During the next 60 days, officials will decide and debate, on close to the 1,100 bills filed according to Florida Politics.com. “This legislative …

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Updating Your Current Insurance Policy

As 2015 begins, it is natural to reflect on the vicissitudes over the past year. Did you know, reflecting over recent changes in regard to your insurance policies can save …

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Do Not Let Accidents Ruin Your Holidays

Decorating your home with Christmas trees, wreaths, lights and ornaments help make the season merry and bright.  “My family looks forward to getting out some of the same decorations we …

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Holiday Kitchen & Food Safety

Gastronomy is at the center of any legitimate holiday celebration. Spreading good cheer through cookie baking, family dinners and cooking a traditional holiday recipe spreads appetizing joy. With all the …

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What You Need to Know About the 2014-2015 Cold & Flu Season

The fall brings Floridians slightly cooler, less humid mornings, football, pumpkin spice lattes and the arrival of snowbirds. It is also the time of year when news about the importance …

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