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Framed by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Makes NY Times Best Seller List

We’d like to congratulate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., famed environmental activist and attorney of counsel at Morgan & Morgan, on the publication of his book...

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  • Sep 9, 2016

Traffic Deaths See Record-Breaking Rise: How to Stay Safe During a Dangerous Time

Traffic fatalities are up in a big way so far this year, following a treacherous 2015 that ended a five-decade trend of declining deaths. Although...

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  • Sep 8, 2016

Driving Around Tampa: How to Share the Road with Buses and Trucks

Nebraska Avenue was shut down for three hours on Wednesday after a pedestrian was struck by a van while exiting the back of a city...

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  • tampa
  • Sep 8, 2016

Siesta Promenade: More Car Accidents or Better Retail Options?

The controversial Siesta Promenade project, a mixed-use lifestyle center for living and shopping, will go forward. However, the planned construction of Siesta Promenade is sparking...

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  • Sep 7, 2016

Overtime and Underpaid: Bankers Feeling the Same Pain as Fast-Food Workers

Although it may seem unlikely, white-collar bank employees and fast food workers have something big in common. Lately, it seems like there are regular reports...

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  • Sep 7, 2016

Iron, Calcium Among Ways to Potentially Keep Kids Lead-Free

Parents in communities across the world know well the threat lead poisoning can cause to children’s health. Whether the lead is in the soil, the...

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  • Sep 3, 2016

Insurance Tips: What to Do Before and After Hurricane Hermine

Hurricane season poses unique challenges for homeowners and business-owners alike, both in preparation for landfall and, even more so, if a storm damages a home...

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  • Sep 2, 2016

A Grandmother's Story: How Amendment 2 Could Change Lives

The referendum on medical marijuana in Florida has been a white-hot issue for a while now, but what some may not realize is that the...

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  • Sep 2, 2016

Unintentional Injuries Abound in NYC: Here's How to Avoid Them

In a city as crowded and busy as New York, it is easy to get distracted. Even though this makes for a fun and interesting...

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  • new-york
  • Sep 1, 2016

St. Augustine Storm Safety Tips: How to Be Prepared for Tropical Depression 9

Tropical Depression 9 is making its way through the Gulf of Mexico, and could potentially turn into a tropical storm as it picks up wind...

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  • Aug 31, 2016

Leon County's Dangerous Intersections: How Can It Make Them Safer?

An intersection minutes outside of Tallahassee is causing concern among after a fatal crash occurred there last week. This is the 13th crash to happen...

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  • Aug 31, 2016

The 4 Most Worrying Facts About the Chipotle Wage Theft Case

Chipotle is under fire yet again, and this time it’s not about food-borne illnesses. Nearly 10,000 workers have sued the fast food chain for alleged...

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  • Aug 31, 2016

5 Flood Myths All Jackson Residents Should Know

The recent storm that ravaged through Louisiana has also caused damage in areas of southern Mississippi. Crosby, a town south of Jackson, suffered horrific floods...

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  • jackson
  • Aug 25, 2016

Too Tired to Drive: Preventing Drowsy Driving Accidents in Sarasota

This week, a driver in neighboring Manatee County caused a four-vehicle accident after she fell asleep at the wheel late at night. The motorist drifted...

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  • Aug 24, 2016

What the Disney Lawsuit Can Teach Restaurant Workers about Their Rights

“The Happiest Place on Earth” is under fire yet again for alleged labor violations. A former Walt Disney World employee in Orlando filed a lawsuit...

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  • orlando
  • Aug 23, 2016