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Florida Leads the Country in Boating Accidents Again in 2019

May 20, 2020
The State of Florida is Number One in the U.S. for the number of watercraft. In 2019, Florida registered nearly one million vessels with a total of 961,266. Unfortunately, there were 723 boating accidents reported last year. That number is up from 2018 when the Sunshine State had 607 boat accidents, which resulted in 57 deaths, 297 injuries, and more than $7 million in ...

Hair Cuttery Chain Florida Lawsuit

April 22, 2020
Hair Cuttery’s owners are intentionally refusing to pay many employees for their work, leading up to the chain’s coronavirus closures – even though salons profited from it. According to the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida lawsuit, the Hair Cuttery chain in Florida has at least 500 employees still waiting for their April 7th paychecks. Rat...

COVID-19 May Mean Increase in Nursing Home Abuse

April 15, 2020
Nursing home neglect, defined as the inadequate care of residents of a nursing home, has become a serious issue in recent years. It’s most likely been an issue for many years, but now we are becoming more aware and are watching for signs of abuse. Family visits to nursing homes can be a real deterrent to the neglect of their loved ones, which can result in harm from subs...

COVID-19 Fraud – The Coming Surge

March 24, 2020
The outbreak and spread of the COVID-19 virus have already presented and will continue to present enormous challenges to the United States government and to the country as a whole. Both as a public health issue and an economic issue, the situation is nearly unprecedented. The United States has already committed billions to the fight. And in the coming weeks, months, and...

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