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Tips to Keeping Your South Florida Home Cool This Summer

Although having a reliable, strong central AC is a basic utility in most Florida homes, there are plenty of things you can do to prevent heat from building and making your air conditioning less effective. Here are a few tips

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Rideshare Companies Take Drivers for a Ride

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In the “gig economy’ freelancing, temping, and “sharing” are a part of financial reality for millions of people. The people offering their services to rideshare companies where they use their personal vehicle for business are mostly male, young, urban, and

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Posted in Auto Insurance, Commercial Insurance

How to Lose Your Car Insurance

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It takes a fair bit of effort to lose your car insurance, but the surest way is to be less than honest on your car insurance application. If you are in an accident, you could end up with your insurance

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Posted in Auto Insurance

What is Going On with Florida Motorcyclists?

If this keeps up, Florida motorcyclists could end up on the endangered species list. Motofire magazine reports on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s latest numbers. To say the least, they’re not looking good. Motorcycles account for three percent of

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Posted in Recreational Insurance

Florida PIP about to Drive into the Sunset?

The Legislature is at it again. You have to hand it to them, when they decided to mess with a buzz saw, they get right in there. No-Fault insurance and PIP (personal injury protection) were hailed as a breakthrough way

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Posted in Auto, Auto Insurance, Personal Insurance

Higher Insurance Rates and Taxes? Thank AOB

Looking at the Florida economy, you think everything looks sunshiny in the Sunshine State. However there are problems lurking in our economy that are going unaddressed. One of them is about to put a dent in your wallet. We have

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Posted in Homeowners Insurance, Personal Insurance

Miami Goes High as Flooding Increases

Flooding is not news to anyone who has lived in Miami for any length of time. Super moons, spring tides, storm tides, flooding from rainfall, and even just the odd high tide can push anywhere from a few inches to

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Posted in Flood Insurance, Personal Insurance