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Monthly Archives: November 2023

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New York Snowbird Accident With a Florida Driver: What Insurance Do You Use?

By Hersh Kirtman |

The allure of Florida’s year-round sunshine and warm weather has long made it a haven for “snowbirds” – those who migrate south to escape the bitter cold of northern states during the winter months. The idea of soaking up the sun and enjoying the tropical climate is undoubtedly appealing. With more people in town,… Read More »

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Florida Car Insurance: What Snowbirds Need to Know

By Hersh Kirtman |

Florida is known for the warm weather that attracts groups of people from across the country throughout the year. One of the most prominent groups of travelers who make their way to the Sunshine State each year are the snowbirds. Often retired individuals, snowbirds tend to be people who have a home or condo… Read More »

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Who Can You Sue for a Jet Ski Accident in Florida?

By Hersh Kirtman |

Jet skis are a popular and fun way to enjoy Florida’s famous waterways. However, despite being a common attraction to tourists and locals visiting the beaches or large lakes in the Sunshine State, there are major risks associated with operating jet skis. Jet ski accidents can occur when least expected, even if you were… Read More »

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Do Liability Waivers Hold Up in Florida Court?

By Hersh Kirtman |

In many situations, you may be asked to sign a liability waiver. This could be a gym, play complex for children, kid’s sporting activities, or almost any other recreational activity, whether it be renting kayaks or going to a theme park. These waivers attempt to protect the party who asked you to sign, which… Read More »

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