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15 Interesting Facts About Football

15 Interesting Facts About Football

15 Interesting Football Facts Need some food for thought to go along with your turkey and mashed potatoes? Here are a few facts about football that are sure to gain you bonus points in the discourse department. While watching football may be one of your family’s holiday traditions, playing the... Read more
Holiday Shopping Safety Tips

Holiday Shopping Safety Tips

Holiday Shopping Safety Tips As the last dish is cleaned up from Thanksgiving dinner and leftovers are put away, shopping season begins. If you are one of the many Floridians who values a parking spot in the shade, you may want to rethink your strategy in order to stay safe and make it home with... Read more
Boca Helping Hands

Boca Helping Hands

Giving Back With Boca Helping Hands This Thanksgiving When the Department of Children and Families allowed those that normally do not qualify for food stamps to receive benefits due to the impact of Hurricane Irma, they were met with long lines, traffic jams, and frustration. That turnout, along... Read more
Thanksgiving Safety Tips

Thanksgiving Safety Tips

Staying Safe This Thanksgiving – Safety Tips Who could forget when Joey from Friends got his head stuck in the Turkey at Thanksgiving?! While everyone laughed at his antics, it is not uncommon for accidents to happen over the holidays. Whether you are going to brave the traffic or cook the... Read more
National Entrepreneurs’ Day

National Entrepreneurs’ Day

National Entrepreneurs’ Day – Spirit Of Innovation The economic history of the United States is defined by a spirit of innovation, one that drove New England’s colonial business centers to today’s Silicon Valley. With world-changing inventions such as the light emitting diode (LED), global... Read more
Child Safety Protection Month

Child Safety Protection Month

November – Child Safety And Protection Month In preparation for any major storm, homeowners will seek to mitigate potential damage by safeguarding their property, from securing windows and performing routine maintenance, to gathering equipment and purchasing food, liquids, and medical... Read more
Honoring All Who Served On Veterans Day

Honoring All Who Served On Veterans Day

Veteran’s Day – A Day Of Pride And Remembrance November 11 is the day that celebrates the bravery and sacrifice of all U.S. veterans. Formerly known as Armistice Day, it was originally set as a U.S. legal holiday to honor the end of World War I, which took place on November 11, 1918.... Read more
Accidents Involving Out-Of-State Drivers

Accidents Involving Out-Of-State Drivers

In A Car Accident With An Out-Of-State Driver For many families across the United States, Florida remains a beloved destination for rest and relaxation, with ~113 million people taking advantage of the state’s beautiful weather, world-class resorts, and major commercial hubs in 2016, according to... Read more
What Is The Florida No-Fault Law

What Is The Florida No-Fault Law

Explaining Florida’s No-Fault Law Perhaps more than any other industry, insurance companies lack transparency when it comes to informing their customers of the products they sell. For most Floridians, understanding the type, level, and extent of their coverage is often gleaned in the event... Read more