Make sure you and your agency don’t miss out on this opportunity! Spikes in Medicare enrollment are expected to reach 55.7 mil in 2015 and 81 mil in 2030. Seniors can be very confused about Medicare and hungry for information.  They NEED an experienced agent to educate them and guide them through the medicare process. Today,... 
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An important change has taken place in Medicare payments for certain types of skilled care, such as physical therapy. Thanks to the terms of a settlement in a class-action lawsuit, no longer will Medicare payments be discontinued because a patient’s condition has stopped improving. This is a significant benefit... 
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I’m going to talk about statistics later in the week, but I wanted to start with the most important safety advice for boating: WEAR YOUR LIFE JACKET. U.S. Coast Guard statistics show that drowning was the reported cause of death in almost three-fourths of recreational boating fatalities in 2012 and that 85 percent... 
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Double Board Certified Attorney Richard LaGarde, shares tips that he often gives to his own witnesses before they are deposed or testify in court. Allow a few moments after clicking the play icon for video to load.  Read More →
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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration fined General Motors $35 million today for its failure to recall vehicles with faulty ignition switches.  The defect allows the key to unintentionally slip from the “run” to “off” or “accessory” position while the vehicle is being operated.  The ignition... 
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This year, May 17-23 is National Safe Boating Week.  Having represented those involved in boating and water based accidents, I know the importance of these safety measures. Over the course of the week, I’ll have a few posts detailing the dangers and safety measures related to safe boating.  For today, I’ll... 
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Adults 21 and over with learning disabilities may face discrimination or lack of access to services in college or the workplace. These individuals must understand their legal rights and responsibilities. In College: Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act protect adults... 
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The surveillance video of Jameis Winston allegedly shoplifting at Public has been released to the public.  You can view the video here: http://www.tallahassee.com/videos/news/local/2014/05/15/9124597/ Jameis is the quarterback for Florida State and also plays on the baseball team.  He was suspended from the baseball... 
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A federal court in Illinois has ordered Abbott Laboratories to produce documents it said were “long overdue” in lawsuits alleging birth injuries caused by the anti-seizure medication Depakote. The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Illinois ordered the company to “exercise all avenues available”... 
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The Tampa Tribune was reporting today that Judge Sheehan will be reprimanded for her DUI arrest last year.  This will probably be in the form of a written public reprimand.  I had blogged about the arrest when it first happened.  The judge did not fight the charge and pled guilty to DUI with a breath alcohol level... 
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