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Qué es la Ley Move Over?

March 20, 2017 thecoveragelaw

La ley de “Move Over” en la Florida fue creada para prevenir lesiones de personal de emergencia y trabajadores durante sus labores de trabajo. La ley requiere que las personas que manejan se muevan un carril cuando noten que hay un oficial de policía, trabajador, o vehículo de emergencia estacionado en el borde de la Continue reading…

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What is the “Move Over Law”?

March 20, 2017 thecoveragelaw

The “Move Over Law” in Florida was created to prevent emergency personnel and workers from becoming injured while performing their job duties. The law requires drivers to safely move over a lane for stopped law enforcement, emergency vehicles, or when there are workers parked on the side of the road. If unable to move over Continue reading…

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A Que Medico Debo ir en Caso de Accidente de Transito?

March 13, 2017 thecoveragelaw

Cuando tenemos un accidente de auto, en normal sentirnos abrumados con la situación, no obstante, siempre recordemos mantener la calma, verificar que los involucrados en el accidente se encuentren bien, tomar los datos del otro vehículo implicado, Llamar a la policía y en caso de heridos llamar al 911. Ahora bien, luego de haber recibido Continue reading…

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Que es la Ley de Moverse a un Lado Move-Over Law?

March 13, 2017 thecoveragelaw

Es una ley que esta contemplada en el Manual de Conductores de la Florida, ésta protege a los policías, personal de emergencia y conductores de grúas que se encuentran estacionados a un lado de la carretera haciendo su trabajo. Es decir, que al ver este personal al lado de la carretera, debemos hacernos a un Continue reading…

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One Step Closer To Safer Children In Florida

March 17, 2014 thecoveragelaw

Earlier this week, the Florida Senate Transportation Committee unanimously passed SB 518, which would require children between the ages of four and seven to be restrained in a booster seat while in a car. This is a big step forward in keeping these children safer during an accident. Now, we all have to hope that Continue reading…

Emergency Medical Conditions Under The New Florida PIP Law

February 24, 2014 thecoveragelaw

An ‘Emergency Medical Condition’ under the new Florida PIP law that became effective on January 1, 2013 is a medical condition that demonstrates itself by severe acute symptoms including severe pain that in the lack of medical assistance could result in: Serious jeopardy to patient health, and or Serious impairment to bodily functions, and/or Serious Continue reading…

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