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FEDERAL HOURS-OF-SERVICE RULES FOR TRUCK DRIVERS TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC

On Friday, March 13, 2020, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) announced that it would temporarily suspend hours-of-ser

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TIPS FOR STAYING WELL DURING THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

As of Monday, March 30, 2020, the Orlando Sentinel reported that there were nearly 5,500 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state

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TALKING WITH AN INSURANCE COMPANY AFTER AN ACCIDENT: WATCH YOUR WORDS

Being in a car accident practically guarantees two things: frustrations and insurance companies calling you to try to get more information.

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THE ROLE OF TOURISTS IN FLORIDA’S HIGH CAR ACCIDENT RATE

According to VISIT FLORIDA Research, approximately 101.119 million tourists visited Florida in 2019. In fact, Business Insider reports 

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WHEN SHOULD YOU STOP & HELP IF YOU SEE A CAR ACCIDENT?

Thousands of car accidents happen on roads across America every year. Unfortunately, with crash rates so high, it is not a question of if y

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TEXTING & DRIVING COMBINES THREE FORMS OF DRIVER DISTRACTION

Everyone knows that texting while driving is distracting, but most people don’t understand just how distracting and dangerous it really is. Fr

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OUR BIGGEST STORIES FROM 2019: A RETROSPECTIVE ON THE YEAR

2019 was certainly a big year for our team here at Todd Miner Law®️ in Orlando. It was a year of growth, learning, and encouragement. Perhaps most

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NEW HANDS-FREE DRIVING LAW GOES INTO FULL EFFECT JANUARY OF 2020

In October of 2019, a new traffic rule went into effect in Florida, forbidding drivers from holding wireless communication devices while driving thro

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ATTORNEY TODD MINER MAKES EXPERTISE’S LIST OF THE TOP 19 CAR ACCIDENT LAWYERS IN ORLANDO

Our Firm Makes Expertise’s List of the Top 19 Car Accident Lawyers in Orlando We are pleased to announce attorney Todd Miner appeared on Ex

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RESEARCHERS SAY SPEEDING IS BEST PREDICTOR OF CAR CRASHES

The risks of speeding are well known and backed by years of research and data. In fact, we recently discussed a study confirming the grave risks

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