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Super Speeder Fines Increase in Georgia

March 12, 2009

Super Speeder Fines Increase in Georgia

If you are in a major auto accident in a small Georgia city such as Valdosta, or Dalton, you have an increased risk of death. That’s because the state cannot afford to fully fund trauma centers that make every second count when they are treating a badly injured accident victim. But the state is coming…

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March 6, 2009

Flordia Drywall Lawsuits Also Occurring Across the Country

California is the latest state to notice wallboards that are emitting a noxious sulfur or rotten egg smell from this defective product. It’s a problem that originated in Florida, where high humidity is causing people to move out, their electronics and appliances to corrode, and people coughing and concerned about their health. There may be…

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March 4, 2009

Are Cigarettes Prettier In Pink?

The American Cancer Society is warning teen girls that they are being targeted with a new campaign dressed in pink.  But the message from Big Tobacco is the same — buy cigarettes. Tobacco companies must think that young women are stupid. They are making pretty pink “purse packs” of cigarettes to attract young women smokers. …

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February 27, 2009

Florida Cigarette Lawsuit Results in $8 Million Award For Family

According to an article from Bloomberg Press, Altria’s Philip Morris USA unit must pay $8 million in punitive and compensative damages to Stuart Hess’s family for the 55 year old man’s death in 1997. Hess was an avid smoker beginning at the age of 15, which resulted in lung cancer and ending his life far…

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February 4, 2009

Jacksonville Bus Driver Kicks Kids Off Bus

It happened in early February. Middle school students from Ribault in Jacksonville were misbehaving by setting off an alarm on the emergency exit. This made it unsafe to continue to drive the bus. Instead of pulling over and transferring students to another bus, or calling police, the school bus driver instructed them to get off…

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January 28, 2009

Florida Safe Teen Driving With A Little Help

You certainly have been passed by fast driving teens on the road. A teenage driver with less that one year experience can be the most reckless driver on the road. Speeding up to your tail, passing on the right side of your car, tailing you, aggressive driving and speeding are just some of the problems….

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January 20, 2009

Defective Chinese Drywall Damages Florida Buildings

Usually when you move into a new home, you hope to be free of home repairs for quite some time. But Florida residents are complaining about a foul smell coming from dry wall or plasterboard that is made in China. According to a report from Bradentonherald.com, the state health department has received 39 complaints many…

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January 5, 2009

Trucking Regulations Finalized by Bush Administration

It happened in early February. Middle school students from Ribault in Jacksonville were misbehaving by setting off an alarm on the emergency exit. This made it unsafe to continue to drive the bus. Instead of pulling over and transferring students to another bus, or calling police, the school bus driver instructed them to get off…

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