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RED, HOT & BOOM 2020 VIRTUAL CELEBRATION: IN CASE YOU MISSED IT RECAP

Each year, Red, Hot & Boom  gives people throughout Florida a chance to celebrate Independence Day with an outdoor music festival and a

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6 SAFETY TIPS FOR YOUR NEXT ROAD TRIP

In response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, experts have advised Americans to avoid non-essential travel as much as possible. But now, as stay-a

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HOW TO ACCIDENT-PROOF YOUR HOME FOR SUMMER

Summer is here, which means it’s time to catch up with family and friends. Whether you plan on hosting a small barbecue, a game night, or a pool pa

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TIPS FOR AVOIDING INJURIES AT YOUR NEXT BACKYARD BARBECUE

Summer is the perfect time for backyard barbecues. Whether you’re planning on hosting a small gathering with family or you’re getting ready to gr

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TODD MINER LAW PRESENTS VIRTUAL RED HOT & BOOM 2020

Attorney Todd Miner and Todd Miner Law®️ are the Presenting Sponsors for the upcoming Virtual Red Hot & Boom Independence Day celebration orga

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WHAT CAN I DO IF MY FLORIDA WORKERS’ COMPENSATION CLAIM WAS DENIED?

If you are injured on the job or while carrying out work-related duties in Florida, you should be able to recover workers’ compensation benefi

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ARE TRUCKING COMPANIES RESPONSIBLE FOR THE NEGLIGENT HIRING OF TRUCK DRIVERS?

When you are involved in a typical car accident with a negligent driver, such as a motorist who was texting while driving or driving drunk,

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WHO CAN BE HELD LIABLE IF YOU ARE INJURED IN A STORE?

If you are injured in a retail or grocery store, shopping mall, or any similar outlet, you may be able to hold the owner of the property liable for y

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THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE IS CRACKING DOWN ON NURSING HOME ABUSE AMID THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

On March 3, 2020, the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced that it will be increasing its efforts to combat substandard nursing home care by la

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WILL FLORIDA GET RID OF ITS PIP DRIVER INSURANCE LAW?

Since 1972, Florida has required motorists to carry personal injury protection (PIP) insurance. After a car accident, a driver covered by PIP in

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