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NEW STUDY: SPEEDING IS LEADING CAUSE OF FATAL CAR ACCIDENTS

For years, researchers have scrutinized car crash statistics to find insight about the most pressing dangers on U.S. roads, as well as where and when

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DRAM SHOP LAWS & DRUNK DRIVING: BAR & HOST LIABILITY IN FLORIDA

Most people are familiar with civil and criminal laws regarding drunk driving: Drive intoxicated and you can be charged with a crime; hurt someone wh

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FLORIDA PERSONAL INJURY LAWSUITS: STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS & EXCEPTIONS

Personal injury lawsuits are civil claims (known in legalese as “torts”) which allow victims injured by others to seek financial compensation for

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TEENS WITH ADHD HAVE HIGHER CRASH RISKS, STUDY SAYS

If you have raised children or are currently the proud parent of a thriving teenager, you likely understand a teen’s first foray into driving a mot

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TODD MINER LAW PRESENTS RED HOT & BOOM 2019

Attorney Todd Miner is this year’s Presenting Sponsor for the upcoming Red Hot & Boom Independence Day celebration! Organized by the City of A

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ATTORNEY TODD MINER APPEARS ON WXXL ORLANDO RADIO

Attorney Todd Miner recently appeared on WXXL (XL 106.7 Orlando) as a featured guest on the popular morning show “Johnny’s House” to discuss hi

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IT’S OFFICIAL: FLORIDA’S NEW TEXTING BAN IS NOW THE LAW

Florida’s legislature has officially decided to make texting while driving an unlawful act. At the start of 2020, any Florida driver who

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10 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT FLORIDA’S NEW TEXTING WHILE DRIVING LAW

After a temporary postponement to better align a pair of proposed bills, Florida lawmakers have accomplished what legislators in both Congressional c

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FWC: FLORIDA’S 2019 BOATING SEASON IS OFF TO A BAD START

Florida’s 2019 boating season is not starting out as hoped. By early April, the state has already seen more boating accidents in many of its most p

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FLORIDA CONTINUES TOUGH STANCE ON TEXTING WHILE DRIVING

In Florida, a proposal will be heard by the House regarding texting and driving, which could potentially turn it into a primary offense. Today, texti

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