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Employee Social Media Rights

The biggest technological trend in recent years has been social media. Regardless of age, gender, and race, it seems almost everyone is posting to Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, or Instagram. With any new technology comes new headaches and problems. Recently, there have been some cases of employees getting into trouble after their postings on social media

Strict Enforcement for ‘Move-Over Law’

Strict Enforcement for ‘Move-Over Law’ The law requires that all drivers must move at least one lane away from any emergency vehicle that is parked on the roadside while its emergency lights are on. The law states: On a two-lane roadway, you are required to slow to a speed that is 20 miles per hour

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Florida Supreme Court to Determine if Medical Malpractice Caps Constitutional

In 2003, the Florida legislators and Governor Bush passed a law capping, or limiting, medical malpractice damages to $500,000 – $1,500,000, depending on the case.  These caps are found in Title XLV Torts Section 766.101 and limit the recovery for non-economic damages to $500,000 from providers and $750,000 from non-providers — except in cases of wrongful death

U.S. Department of Transportation Releases Results from NHTSA-NASA Study of Unintended Acceleration in Toyota Vehicles

The U.S. Department of Transportation released results from an unprecedented ten-month study of potential electronic causes of unintended acceleration in Toyota vehicles. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) launched the study last spring at the request of Congress and enlisted NASA engineers with expertise in areas such as computer-controlled electronic systems, electromagnetic interference, and

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Toyota recalls 2.2 million vehicles over pedal issues

Toyota Motor Corp issued three recalls affecting nearly 2.2 million vehicles on Thursday, citing accelerator pedal issues. In the biggest of the three, Toyota said it would recall nearly 1.4 million vehicles because of the potential that the floormat could get lodged under the accelerator pedal and trap it. This would widen its late 2009 recall of its

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Citizens Property Insurance won’t cover some homes damaged by Chinese drywall

The state’s insurer of last resort says it will not provide coverage for homes with extensive damage caused by tainted drywall from China. Already, Citizens Property Insurance has dropped coverage on two homes that are vacant because of defective drywall, which corrodes metals, produces a foul smell and causes electrical and other problems. Late Wednesday, the company reversed its

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Consumer Advisory: Britax Announces Child Safety Seat Recall

Faulty Harness Strap Chest Clips May Fracture; Posing a Laceration Risk and Choking Hazard to Children. Britax Child Safety, Inc., is announcing a recall of 17,251 Chaperon Infant Car Seats sold in the United States because the occupant harness chest clip may break as an infant is being secured into the car seat. Britax is