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Study Draws Connections Between Pot and Auto Accident Claims

A recent study claims that three states that recently legalized marijuana have had collision claims increase by 2.7 percent. Colorado, Washington, and Oregon have all passed laws that make it legal for pot to be used recreationally. However, the study

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Florida Got Soaked in June, Many Without Flood Coverage

We told you so. The run up to summer turned out to be a case of good news/bad news. First, the good news – heavy rains doused drought conditions that contributed to over 2500 wildfires across the state. The bad

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Is Your Florida Pool Safe?

In 2002, a little girl died before her mother’s eyes in a horrible and preventable accident. Virginia Graeme Baker died as a result of what is called “suction entrapment” in a family friend’s hot tub, held to the bottom by

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Is Mold Damage Covered by Homeowners Insurance?

Mold is a big problem wherever you have a humid climate, and since we Floridians are surrounded on all three sides by water, occasionally have massive amounts of rainfall, and even tidal flooding with regular high tides, we have the

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How CLUE is Affecting Auto Insurance Premium

You know that credit reports rule almost every aspect of our lives, from the ability to obtain a simple store credit card to buying a home. Insurance is no different, and insurance companies have a specialized report called CLUE that

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What Is an Undisclosed Driver?

An undisclosed driver is a person other than the driver specified on the policy who also has access to and drives the automobile listed on the policy. Whether this is just a one off – such as borrowing the car

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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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