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What To Know About Uninsured Motorists

Courtesy of http://www.insuringflorida.org/florida-drivers-need-protection-from-uninsured-motorists/ With driving come a number of responsibilities. Some people take these responsibilities seriously. They drive the speed limit (or relatively close to it). They do not text and drive, and they use a hands-free device if they talk on a cell phone. They follow the law by purchasing automobile insurance. And, then …

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Holiday Safety for Fireworks and Injury Prevention

FIRE LOSSES Great strides have been made in constructing fire-resistant buildings and improving fire-suppression techniques, both of which have reduced the incidence of fire. However, in terms of property losses, these advances have been somewhat offset by increases in the number of and value of buildings. In 2014, on average, a fire department responded to …

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Fight Identity Theft

Identity theft is the act of taking someone’s personal information and using it to impersonate a victim, steal from bank accounts, establish phony insurance policies, open unauthorized credit cards or obtain unauthorized bank loans. In some more elaborate schemes, criminals use the stolen personal information to get a job, rent a home or take out …

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Car Thefts on the Decline

MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT The FBI includes the theft or attempted theft of automobiles, trucks, buses, motorcycles, scooters, snowmobiles and other vehicles in its definition of motor vehicle theft. A motor vehicle is stolen on average every 46 seconds in the United States. Vehicle thefts have been trending downward in the 23 years since they peaked …

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