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Chevrolet Volts recalled due to prolonged idle time of gas engines.

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General Motors were forced early in March to recall the 2011, 2012, and 2013 lines of their Chevrolet Volt. The recall was issued in attempts to fix the extended electric car’s on-board software, which, in some cases, has accidentally left the gasoline engine running for extended periods of time while parked. GM plans to reprogram the engine management unit seemingly affecting the car’s gas engine. Although no car accidents of …

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San Francisco 49ers player Chris Borland retires due to concerns over head trauma.

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Chris Borland, 24, was just coming off an impressive rookie season with the San Francisco 49ers, and looked to be making a name for himself in the NFL. Sadly, for the 49ers, Borland announced his retirement a few weeks ago, citing the harrowing concerns of repetitive head trauma as his reason for stepping away from the game. “I just honestly want to do what’s best for my health,” …

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Leto High School Student Athlete Honored with Swope, Rodante Vanguard Award

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(Tampa, FL) —The Swope, Rodante Vanguard Award Selection Board is proud to announce that Bryan Lacruz, a senior from Leto High School has received the “March Student Athlete of the Month” award. The mission of the Swope, Rodante Vanguard Award is to celebrate outstanding high school student athletes and coaches throughout Hillsborough County. Bryan was presented with the award as well as a $1,000 check to be donated …

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Tips for Reducing Distracted Driving Accidents

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In the US, distracted driving contributes to nearly 50% of all car accidents reported each year. It only takes a second for a distracted driver to take his/her eyes away from the road and collide with another vehicle, motorcycle, or even a pedestrian. Since some drivers are reluctant to admit fault, many traffic experts ascertain that this statistic is grossly underreported. Distracted driving accidents can often be serious …

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Avoiding Motorcycle Accidents – Safety Reminders for Seasonal Riders

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Motorcycle riders can greatly reduce the odds of being in involved in a motorcycle collision by obeying traffic laws and instilling good riding habits. Defensive, attentive riding habits should always be in practice out on the road. As the summer riding season approaches, more motorcycles will be seen on the nation’s roads. The following safety tips can help remind seasonal riders of a few simple “best practices”. Many motorcyclists store …

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Dog Bites & Dog Owner Liability

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In the state of Florida, dog owners are responsible for their dogs’ behavior and can be held liable if their dog injures another person. With respect to personal injury lawsuits, dog bite accidents sometimes occur within the home or on the owner’s property. However, owners can also be held responsible for dog bites that occur in public areas. Dog Bites and Dog Owner Liability – Florida Law In Florida, …

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Animal Attack – Dog Bite Statistics

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Last year, State Farm compiled a report ranking the top ten states in the US based on personal injury claims involving dog bite cases leading up to 2013. In the year prior, State Farm reported a total of 123 dog bite claims and payouts near $7.1 million in the state of Florida. These figures placed at number 8 out of all states in the US. California topped the dog bite claims list …

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