Typically when someone needs to seek medical treatment they either pay for the services directly or their health insurance policy pays. If you have been in a car accident you may be wondering how to handle your medical bills though. Neither of the normal options make sense. You shouldn’t have to use your own money… Read More
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Going back to school is a time of fresh beginnings and learning new things, as well as becoming reacquainted with old friends. As summer draws to a close and autumn begins, the thrill of playing the day away is soon replaced by the need to buckle back down for another year of studying. While stocking… Read More
Gap Insurance & If You Need It So the first question to answer is, what is “Gap Insurance”? Gap insurance, or gap protection, covers the difference between what you owe on your car and how much the car is worth. Do I need Gap insurance? Not everyone needs gap insurance. Gap coverage is mainly used on… Read More
Why do we always push getting uninsured motorist insurance? Because Florida has the lowest rate of insured drivers in the entire country at 73.3%. That is over a quarter of drivers on the road that aren’t insured at all. Besides that, Florida recently ranked fourth out of all 50 states for the worst drivers by… Read More
Insurance adjusters often waste no time calling the other party involved in an auto accident with the person the company insures. Unfortunately, they often count on that person to be so rattled from the accident that he or she is willing to answer any question. It is in your best interest not to give a… Read More
You Can EASILY AVOID Fourth Of July Drinking and Driving Fourth of July is one of the best holidays to celebrate with friends and family. Usually that includes drinking and eating, but sometimes people add in one more unnecessary activity, driving under the influence. The most recent statistics from the NHTSA showed that over the 2017… Read More
E-Scooter injury numbers are on the rise across the U.S. and it is just a matter of time they start in Tampa.
Hurricane Safety Guide Hurricane season officially starts on June 1 and ends on November 30. In the past two years, Florida had to endure both Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Michael. This hurricane season is expected to have an average level of activity, with approximately 13 named storms, only two of those possibly developing into major… Read More
Tampa is expected to be one of the top Memorial Day travel destinations in 2019.
Florida bans texting while driving by making it a primary offense. The law takes effect on July 1. 2019.