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Kissimmee’s Most Common Wage Thieves

Over 800 hotel workers in the Central Florida area will be sharing roughly $133,000 in back wages after the Department of Labor discovered a Kissimmee-based...

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  • kissimmee
  • Sep 13, 2016

Brevard Priest Fraud Case Shines Light on Scammers Targeting the Elderly

A Brevard County priest accused of defrauding an elderly woman is accused of stealing nearly $90,000 from his victim in less than a year. This...

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  • melbourne
  • Sep 13, 2016

If Uber Leaves Tampa Over Tighter Regulations, Could Drunk Driving Accidents Rise?

Hillsborough County officials are set to discuss tighter regulations for rideshare services like Uber and Lyft on Sept. 14. The new regulations would likely require...

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  • tampa
  • Sep 12, 2016

Wells Fargo Consumer Fraud Scandal: Bank Pays Big Fine for Fake Accounts

Wells Fargo, one of the largest banks in the nation, is at the center of a massive scandal in which employees opened nearly two million...

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  • Sep 10, 2016

Hurricane Hermine's Aftermath: Ways to Help Make Your Insurance Claim Stronger

Hurricane Hermine has finally concluded her 20-day journey, forming off the coast of Cuba, traveling north through the Gulf of Mexico, making landfall in Florida...

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  • tallahassee
  • Sep 9, 2016

How NYC Gig Economy Workers Survive Without Workers' Comp

Today, an increasing amount of workers are being labeled independent contractors instead of employees, which typically disqualifies them from the benefits of workers’ compensation insurance...

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  • new-york
  • Sep 9, 2016

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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  • sarasota
  • 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

Palm Avenue's on a 'Road Diet': Could It Make Downtown Tampa Safer?

Have you ever heard of a “road diet”? It’s basically what it sounds like: Cutting down on roads. It’s happening here in Tampa as part...

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  • tampa
  • Sep 6, 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