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  • Glendale Memorial Hospital employees protest planned layoffs

     
    Nurses, technicians and other employees gathered outside Glendale Memorial Hospital Thursday morning to protest planned layoffs....
  • Car Insurance Canceled? Know Your Rights

     
    If you've only been dating someone casually for, say, a month or two, they don't really owe you much of an explanation if they decide to break it off. But beyond that, you at least expect a token it's-not-you-it's-me for......
  • Crashes Don't Have Monopoly on Car Damage

     
    If you think managing to avoid hitting or being hit by another moving vehicle is a foolproof way to maintain a spotless claims record with your insurance provider, beware of obstacles in the road ahead. According to a study by......
  • Thursday Morning Reads: Property insurance, Medicaid and school dollars

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Good morning and happy Thursday. Here are the top stories we're reading this morning. * Gov. Rick Scott is proposing $1.2 billion in new education spending, the Sentinel/Sun Sentinel reports. * Does the Seminole Casino in Hollywood...
  • New Medicaid alternative emerges

     
    By News Service of Florida TALLAHASSEEĀ  — In a possible alternative to expanding Medicaid, a Senate committee Tuesday is expected to take up a proposal aimed at helping low-income Floridians get health services — while turning down billions of...
  • Scott sends low blows at Weatherford and Citizens execs

     
    TALLHASSEE–Gov. Rick Scott took some harsh shots at Speaker Will Weatherford and Citizens Property Insurance executives today after his weekly Cabinet meeting. The House office released the budget Weatherford, R-Wesley Chapel, has planned that has a...
  • Rick Scott’s tax-cuts are nowhere to be found in Legislature’s budget

     
    TALLAHASSEE – The Florida legislative session is halfway over, both the House and Senate have drafted similar versions of their $74 billion-plus budgets, and so far Gov. Rick Scott’s corporate and manufacturing tax cuts are nowhere to be...
  • Honda Fit Wheel-Theft Trend Hits Home

     
    If Jennifer Newman had known her family's 2007 Honda Fit Sport was a target for thieves, she might not have traded her 2009 Nissan Versa hatchback with her father last summer. Newman ??? a senior editor for Kicking Tires ???......
  • Wrecked your car? There's an app for that

     
    There's an app for everything these days, even one you can turn to after you've turned over your car. The National Association of Insurance Commissioners recently released a free mobile app for Android and iPhone smartphones that can guide you......
  • Workforce Central Florida: How to fire your employees.

     
    Here is a sample “you're fired” letter on Workforce Central Florida's website. I'll also include links on handy pointers for canning workers. This is about the termination interview. Allow time for the employee to react and raise questions,...
  • 'Crash taxes' are growing in popularity among cash-strapped California cities

     
    At least 50 cities in the state have adopted so-called crash-tax laws allowing local governments to seek reimbursement from insurance companies for the costs of sending public emergency crews to accident scenes. The fees can amount to hundreds or even.......
  • Toyota sued by insurance companies over alleged acceleration-related crashes

     
    Insurance companies sue Toyota to recover payouts for crashes blamed on sudden acceleration...