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The ads have started and the decora­tions are going up. It’s the beginning of the holiday season. Time to start holiday shopping. For the last decade our firm has repeated recalls of dangerous toys and done our best to help consumers make sure their holiday shopping contributes to sharing the joy of the season with […]

Four years ago, 15-year-old Haley Smith was killed by a hit-and-run driver while walking on the side of Kenton Morrison Road in St. Augustine. The hit-and-run driver, Tiffany Higgin­botham, is now serving 17 years in prison after being sentenced in September. She wasn’t arrested until almost three years after this tragedy because she fled the […]

The latest iPhone update iOS 11 is spotlighting a new feature, “Do Not Disturb While Driving.” For some time, smart­phone makers have been encouraged to add driving mode software as a standard feature on all smart­phones to help stop drivers from being distracted by texts and calls. The latest iOS 11 operating system blocks text […]

One text or call can wreck it all. For years, we’ve addressed the dangers of cell phone distrac­tions. Now there’s another concern, many new cars and trucks have technology such as text messaging and internet searches which have nothing to do with driving a car. The auto industry should focus on reducing distrac­tions not creating […]

Every year, World Against Toys Causing Harm (W.A.T.C.H.)  publishes its list of the most dangerous toys. This year’s report notes that 51% of holiday budgets will be spent online and urges consumers to be vigilent when buying toys. We’ve listed them below. Feel free to share.  W.A.T.C.H.’S 2017 Nominees for “10 WORST TOYS”   HALLMARKITTY BITTYSBABY STACKING TOY […]

The Chairman of Public Justice, Arthur Bryant, warns that, with hunting season starting, owners of defective Remington rifles needs to stop using them or get them fixed; class action stalled on appeal.  See the articles below (and earlier updates) for specifics on models and retro­fitting the rifles. Few Remington rifles have been fixed three years […]

It is getting to be that time of year whether because of the Holidays’ sentiment of giving or for end of the year tax deductible donations, but you need to be careful about your donations. Charity scammers use deception to steal money from unwary people who think they are donating to a real cause or […]

Aging is a natural transition in life. It is a process that does not happen overnight, yet many of us find ourselves in a crunch when it comes time to get help for an aged loved one. As one who is caring for a senior parent, it seems that much of the hesitation to begin the elder care conver­sation is […]

If you were/are unable to work or were/are prevented from working because of Hurricane Irma, you may be able to recover your lost wages. You may be able to recover wages under the Disaster Unemployment Assis­tance (“DUA”) — a program that provides “financial assis­tance to individuals whose employment or self-employment has been lost or inter­rupted as […]

In the aftermath of the damage caused by Hurricane Irma, consumers now must file insurance claims for damage.  Homeowners’ policies do not cover flood, earth­quake, tree removal (except when the tree damages the house) or food spoilage from power failures. The issue is how to get all you are entitled to from your homeowners’ insurance […]

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