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Florida could soon allow drivers to keep their licenses on cellphones
Posted: January 16, 2019
Photo by JESHOOTS Florida could soon allow drivers to keep digital licenses on their cellphones and present them as identification. The South Florida Sun Sentinel reports Rep. James Grant, R-Tampa, is planning to file a bill authorizing people to keep their driver's licenses or ID on smartphones. The measure would allow the electronic credential to be substituted for a required physical credential in a number of...
Does Home Insurance Cover If Tree Falls on House or Other Tree Damage?
Posted: January 14, 2019
Trees are a beautiful feature of many properties and homes, but what happens if a tree falls on your house, or you get damage to your property from trees? Does insurance cover fallen trees and related damage? It all depends on what the cause of the damage is. Home insurance will cover many forms of damage caused by trees, but may not cover everything. Here's...
Wildfires in California have destroyed thousands of homes, and the devastating pattern is making fire insurance more expensive and complicated than ever
Posted: November 13, 2018
More than 7,000 structures have been destroyed as three wildfires continue to burn their way through California, according to the Los Angeles Times. Thanks to heightened wildfire activity across the state, it's becoming harder than ever for California homeowners to obtain and keep fire insurance, reported the Associated Press. "As California wildfires grow larger and more intense, an increasing number of insurance companies are not...
Majority of small businesses lack cyber security plans, could leave consumer information vulnerable
Posted: November 7, 2018
A new survey released by a small business watchdog website shows nearly 80 percent of small businesses don't have a cyber security attack plan in place. "They're worrying about sales, marketing, operations. The cyber security side and making sure customer data and internal systems are protected is generally an afterthought," cyber security consultant David Schohl said. It's not just retailers. Schohl said any business that...
Taxpayers are paying more than ever for workplace injuries
Posted: October 22, 2018
Taxpayers are spending more than ever paying city employees injured on the job. Workers compensation claim payouts totaled $25.7 million in 2017, a 10-year high, and a 109-percent increase from 2008, according to city Law Department data. Last year, 18,604 injured employees were paid worker’s comp, 20 percent more than in 2008, and the average payout — which typically includes medical costs and lost wages...