Hurricanes can be devastating and life altering. One’s safety is the most important thing during one of these natural disasters. Once the winds have settled and the water has subsided, it’s time to file a Hurricane Claim with you Homeowner’s Insurance.
In 2014, Florida Health reported that 43 children died in Miami-Dade County as the result of unintentional drowning. Another 48 were hospitalized as a result of a non-fatal drowning, and an additional 53 were treated at an emergency department.
Every day, millions of Americans leave their child at a daycare so they can go to work, and believe their child is safe. Unfortunately, there are some daycare owners and staff members who fail these parents and their children.
Riding a bicycle in Florida can be extremely dangerous. In 2016, there were 6,667 traffic accidents involving a bicyclist. 140 of these bicyclists died as a result of their injuries from their accident.
In Florida, a “hit and run accident” is defined as the failure of a driver to remain at the site of a vehicle crash, and fulfill other statutory duties, when the crash at issue involves death, bodily injury, or property damage.
In Florida, moped drivers must have a valid Class E driver’s license and be at least 16 years old to drive a moped on a public road. There are also no insurance requirements in Florida for owning and/or operating a moped.
Florida requires all operators of scooters to have a valid Class E driver’s license and be at least 16 years of age. A motorized scooter cannot be driven on a sidewalk and must be driven on the road at all times.