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  • Teens with ADHD Have Higher Crash Risks, Study Says

    Posted By Todd Miner Law || Jun 4, 2019

    If you have raised children or are currently the proud parent of a thriving teenager, you likely understand a teen’s first foray into driving a motor vehicle can be a proud and meaningful moment. However, being able to drive gives adolescents and young adults as much freedom and independence as potential risks and responsibilities. While getting a child on the road is a defining moment for any ...
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  • Attorney Todd Miner Appears on WXXL Orlando Radio

    Posted By Todd Miner Law || May 29, 2019

    Attorney Todd Miner recently appeared on WXXL (XL 106.7 Orlando) as a featured guest on the popular morning show “Johnny’s House” to discuss his career as a former insurance defense attorney turned personal injury attorney. Recognized widely in Orlando and local communities across Central Florida, Attorney Todd Miner’s unique background as an insurance defense attorney for one of the largest ...
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  • It’s Official: Florida’s New Texting Ban Is Now The Law

    Posted By Todd Miner Law || May 24, 2019

    Over recent months, Todd Miner Law has covered Florida’s crackdown on texting while driving as it made its (at times rocky) journey through the state Legislature. Now, it’s official: Florida has a new and more robust texting ban on the books. About Florida's New Texting Law On Friday, May 17, 2019 at Sarasota High School, Governor Ron DeSantis signed a long-awaited bill to make texting while ...
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  • 10 Things to Know About Florida’s New Texting While Driving Law

    Posted By Todd Miner Law || May 15, 2019

    After a temporary postponement to better align a pair of proposed bills, Florida lawmakers have accomplished what legislators in both Congressional chambers have failed to do for years: compromise over a plan to crack down on distracted driving. On Monday, April 29, 2019, the Florida House of Representatives passed CS / HB 107 , setting the stage for Florida to join 43 other states in making ...
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  • FWC: Florida’s 2019 Boating Season is Off to a Bad Start

    Posted By Todd Miner Law || May 2, 2019

    Florida’s 2019 boating season is not starting out as hoped. By early April, the state has already seen more boating accidents in many of its most popular boating communities than seen during the entirety of 2018, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. That includes a number of serious accidents, numerous injuries, and alarmingly high rates of deaths. Some boating ...
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  • Florida Continues Tough Stance on Texting While Driving

    Posted By Todd Miner Law || Apr 17, 2019

    In Florida, a proposal will be heard by the House regarding texting and driving, which could potentially turn it into a primary offense. Today, texting while driving is still treated as a secondary offense and police officers cannot pull you over if they see you texting while driving. However, if an officer pulls you over for a primary offense, such as speeding, and sees that you were texting ...
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  • Opioid Epidemic Has an Impact on Roadway Safety, Researchers Say

    Posted By Todd Miner Law || Apr 9, 2019

    America’s opioid epidemic is one of massive proportions. Numbers from the National Safety Council make that clear: For the first time in history, Americans are more likely to die from accidental opioid overdoses than from fatal auto accidents; Opioids cause over 100 deaths each day, and tens of thousands of deaths each year. Statistics like these send a sobering reminder about how powerful and ...
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  • Staffing Shortages in Florida Highway Patrol, Trucking Industry Could Impact Motorists

    Posted By Todd Miner Law || Apr 2, 2019

    Across the nation, there are more jobs available than there are workers who can fill them. Though the U.S. unemployment rate has dropped to its lowest level in nearly two decades, many businesses are struggling to overcome the challenges of worker shortages. Consistently flat wages, less bargaining power, and increased productivity and market concentration (i.e. fewer companies own a greater share ...
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