An assisted living home for seniors in New York City is closing and five residents who had refused to move will accept a $3.35 million settlement. In March 2014, the management of a home for seniors in Brooklyn announced that the facility was closing and the residents would have to move within 90 days. Many […]  Read More →
Continue Comments Off on Settlement Reached for Seniors Who Must Leave Assisted Living Home
Have a Happy and Safe 4th  Read More →
Continue Comments Off on Have a Happy and Safe 4th
In Florida, the statute of limitations for medical malpractice cases is two years. However, there are a number of exceptions, and birth injury cases in particular get a fair amount of leeway. The general idea is that discovery of the injury itself or of the cause is not always possible within the normal two-year time... 
Continue Comments Off on Coffey-Garcia v. South Miami Hospital – Florida Birth Injury Lawsuit
Nursing home arbitration agreements are commonly pushed on new residents of nursing homes and long-term care facilities in Florida. These are binding contracts in which the resident and/or the resident’s representative agrees to sign over their legal rights to pursue action against the nursing home in civil court... 
Continue Comments Off on Tarvin v. CLC of Jackson – Nursing Home Arbitration Agreement Nixed
Two occupants of a Dodge Challenger have died after a collision with a high school charter bus in Fort Lauderdale recently.  There were nearly three dozen students from McArthur, South Broward and Stranahan high schools aboard during the evening crash, which happened at 11:47 p.m. as students returned from a four-day... 
Continue Comments Off on Fort Lauderdale Bus Accident Kills Two Car Occupants
You may have heard this already, but it never hurts to hear it again. Social media and content marketing are still big. It’s just the way you use them that changes. Do you keep up with the changes? It’s no secret that if you want to grow an insurance agency you need the tools and the ability to achieve success.... 
Continue Comments Off on Content Marketing and Social Media Are Insurance Agents’ Best Friends
Kiwanis Club of Greater Brandon Project Smile   Childhood hunger is a great challenge facing the United States.  One in six children does not receive proper daily nutrition.  The need is even greater in the Tampa Bay area.  In West Central Florida, an estimated 250,000 children go hungry every day.  The problem... 
Continue Comments Off on Kiwanis Club of Greater Brandon Project Smile
Kristina Derro Veteran Advocate The University of Michigan and the VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System teamed up to study the effects of mindfulness training among veterans suffering from PTSD; the positive results of the study came as a surprise even to the researchers. Mindfulness training can be thought of as a form... 
Continue Comments Off on Veterans Find Inner Peace, Alter Brain Function following University of Michigan Study
If you’re in the business of selling insurance, go slow. That may sound counterintuitive in a competitive market, but it makes sense if you’re new to the business. By going slow you’ll avoid costly mistakes. When new insurance agents get out on their own and have a chance to prove to themselves and the world... 
Continue Comments Off on New to Calling Insurance Leads? Go Slow
Minimum auto insurance levels in Florida require all drivers are $10,000 in personal injury protection, $20,000 in bodily injury liability coverage and $10,000 for property damage. We all know that barely scratches the surface of losses incurred in a serious Miami car accident. That’s why a lot of motorists... 
Continue Comments Off on Cincinnati Ins. Co. v. Estate of Chee – Seventh Circuit Requires Excess Insurer to Indemnify in Wrongful Death Lawsuit
Copyright © 1995 - 2010 Kazor.com World Community News. All rights reserved.