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Your Daytona Beach Worksite Safety Checklist

A man working for a termite company in Daytona Beach suffered from third-degree burns after being shocked by a power line last week. He was...

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  • daytona-beach
  • Aug 26, 2016

The Biggest Child Safety Recalls of 2016 — So Far

This week, McDonald’s issued a mass recall of its Step It! fitness trackers and pulled the products from all U.S. and Canada stores. The recall...

  • Staff
  • Aug 25, 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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  • sarasota
  • Aug 24, 2016

How Tampa Motorists Can Avoid Collisions with Bicyclists

A car struck and killed a cyclist this week while attempting to cross the intersection of Bearss Avenue and N 16th Street, just north of...

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  • tampa
  • 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

A Continuous Flow Intersection: What Is It and Why Is Fort Myers the First To Get It?

Drivers of Lee County could be seeing some major improvements along the busy, and sometimes deadly, State Road 82. The 29-mile long roadway that cuts...

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  • fort-myers
  • Aug 23, 2016

Wahlburgers Lawsuit Highlights Common Ways Restaurants Violate Workers' Rights

Wahlburgers, the burger franchise owned by celebrity brothers Mark and Donnie Wahlberg, is under fire from five former employees for alleged overtime and minimum wage...

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  • Aug 22, 2016

Elder Abuse in New York: The Most Common Kinds of Financial Scams

Recently, a former home health aide was sentenced to prison after stealing several hundred thousand dollars from an elderly couple on the Upper East Side....

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  • new-york
  • Aug 22, 2016

What a Federal Appeals Court's Decision on Medical Marijuana Means for Florida

The laws that govern the use of medical marijuana are often in a constant state of contradiction, but the U.S. Court of Appeals for the...

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  • Aug 19, 2016

What NYC’s Plan for Improving Pedestrian Safety Means for You

After a rash of deadly left-turn crashes, the New York City Department of Transportation is listening in full-force to New Yorkers’ pleas for better pedestrian...

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  • new-york
  • Aug 18, 2016

Morgan & Morgan Employees' Efforts Help Save Orphaned Dogs

Every dog deserves a good home, and one Tampa woman is working paw-ticularly hard to make that happen. Jamie McKnight started Pawlicious Poochie Pet Rescue...

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  • tampa
  • Aug 18, 2016

How St. Johns County Cyclists Are Taking on A1A's Rumble Strips

Some St. Johns County bikers are concerned about a new safety feature along State Road A1A that they say will make biking more dangerous with...

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  • st-augustine
  • Aug 17, 2016

How To Keep Orlando Kids Safe When They Walk Near Schools

For parents of children attending the newly built Millenia Gardens Elementary in Orlando, back to school excitement is being met with some trepidation. The new...

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  • orlando
  • Aug 16, 2016

Nine Morgan & Morgan Attorneys Listed in Best Lawyers in America

We’re proud to announce that nine Morgan & Morgan lawyers received Best Lawyers® commendations for their work over the past year. The honor, published online...

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  • Aug 15, 2016