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    • Driverless Cars: The Implications of this “Safer” Future

      Driverless Cars: The Implications of this “Safer” Future

      “What if it could be easier and safer for everyone to get around?” This is the tagline of Google’s Self-Driving Car Project. With statistics being released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) that human error is the cause […]

    • 10 Year Old’s Death Shows Need for Water Park Oversight

      10 Year Old’s Death Shows Need for Water Park Oversight

      Orlando is known as the theme park capital of the world.   It’s home to Disney and Universal Studios, along with many other theme parks such as SeaWorld,  Wet’n’Wild and FunSpot.  Many theme parks in Orlando have begun to incorporate water […]

    • Attorney Primrose Watches House Pass Bill To Investigate Prescribing Pain Medication

      Attorney Primrose Watches House Pass Bill To Investigate Prescribing Pain Medication

      Attorney Primrose travels to Washington, D.C. as part of a Central Florida community leaders trip to meet with Congressional leaders.

    • Wooten Kimbrough Sponsors Fundraiser for Veterans & Service K9s

      Wooten Kimbrough Sponsors Fundraiser for Veterans & Service K9s

      Wooten Kimbrough, P.A. becomes a sponsor for a fundraiser benefiting K9s for Warriors, a non-profit organization providing service canines to wounded veterans.

    • Tougher Texting & Driving Bills Introduced in Florida Legislature

      Tougher Texting & Driving Bills Introduced in Florida Legislature

      Six bills were introduced in the Florida House and Senate this legislative session to place tougher regulations on texting while driving. Two sets of bills double the fines for texting while in a school zone, while one set actually make the offense primary. Florida is in the minority of states that make it only a secondary offense, meaning you must also commit another traffic violation to be cited. Read about the introduced bills.

    • Uber/Lyft Update: House Bill 509 to regulate insurance coverage

      Uber/Lyft Update: House Bill 509 to regulate insurance coverage

      The Florida House Economic Affairs Committee passed a bill that will head to the Florida House floor for a vote on creating state-wide regulations on ride-share companies like Uber and Lyft. The bill provides minimum insurance coverage requirements and ends local regulation.

    • Do Playgrounds Really Have Rules?

      Do Playgrounds Really Have Rules?

      Approximately 200,000 injuries occur annually on public playgrounds. Many of them could be avoided if public schools made sure their playgrounds were safe and followed clear guidelines and recommendations. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Handbook on Public Playground Safety was adopted by Florida and should be followed by all public schools.

    • Ride-Share in Florida, are you protected in an accident?

      Ride-Share in Florida, are you protected in an accident?

      In Florida, what insurance coverage applies if you are injured in an automobile accident either as a passenger in an Uber/Lyft/ride-share vehicle or hit by one them?

    • Start the New Year with All your Fingers

      Start the New Year with All your Fingers

        New Year’s Eve is a time for renewal and celebration and, of course, fireworks.  Whether you’re enjoying a local fireworks show held be the city, or lighting sparklers in your backyard, it is important to remember that safety is […]

    • Dr. Denial and Dr. Decline

      Dr. Denial and Dr. Decline

      Recently, 60 minutes did a special on a topic that seems to get little attention—insurance company coverage denials. 60 minutes focused on patients with mental health issues who have the potential of hurt themselves or others and been admitted to […]