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Insurance? Yes

Owns the damaged vehicle or property? No… Will a mother’s misbehaving teenager be covered for rental car damage? (Photo: iStock) Analysis brought to you by the experts at FC&S Online, the unquestioned authority on insurance coverage interpretation and analysis for … Continue reading

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After the flooding: 6 tips for vehicle owners and buyers

Attorney General Landry offers the following tips on how to recognize a flood-damaged vehicle. (Photo: Shutterstock) Early August saw major flooding in New Orleans, and other parts of the country, such as Missouri and Arkansas, are also dealing with flooding … Continue reading

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Sitting in the back seat? Don’t forget to buckle up

Unrestrained rear-seat occupants were nearly 8 times as likely to sustain a serious injury in a crash as restrained rear-seat occupants. (Photo: Shutterstock) Most drivers wouldn’t dare hit the road without putting their seatbelts on. Drivers who don’t buckle up … Continue reading

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HELP SAVE LIVES!

Today, more than 100,000 children and adults await life-saving organ transplants in the United States. More than 3,000 of them are in Florida. You can make a difference in their lives by becoming an organ and tissue donor. Not only … Continue reading

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Motorcycle Accidents: Overview

Motorcycle riders are in a unique position on the road. They enjoy the freedoms that come with their chosen form of transportation, but they are also exposed to dangers not met by automobile drivers and other motorists. For instance, the … Continue reading

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Who’s allowed to shoot at drones?

Currently, only Oklahoma will allow an individual who is unaffiliated with a government agency to shoot down a drone. (Photo: iStock) Analysis brought to you by the experts at FC&S Online, the unquestioned authority on insurance coverage interpretation and analysis … Continue reading

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9 solar eclipse safety tips & risk concerns you need to know for Aug

21 This March 9, 2016 file photo shows a total solar eclipse in Belitung, Indonesia. (AP Photo, File) The United States will experience its first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse since 1918, on Monday, August 21. An estimated 500 million people … Continue reading

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Most Car Makers in No Rush to Make Automatic Braking Standard Equipment

Big automakers are rushing to launch self-driving cars as early as 2021, but the industry’s major players are moving slowly when it comes to widespread deployment of a less expensive crash prevention technology that regulators say could prevent …and more … Continue reading

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A Pleasant Dog: How to train dogs around new babies

(Center for Disease Control and Prevention ); Severe injuries from dog bites is highest for children ages 5 to 9 years. Three quarters of dogs involved in bite incidents belong to the victim’s family or a friend. The majority of … Continue reading

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This is one way to cut opioid use by 30%

On Wednesday, it reported a 30% reduction in the use of opioids among 500,000-plus injured employees since 2015 by using its “Early Severity Predictor” model. It measures the likelihood that someone will develop chronic pain — a leading cause of … Continue reading

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