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Asbestos Exposure: Rise and Fall

Asbestos Rise Asbestos diseases include mesothelioma, asbestosis, asbestos cancer and respiratory sicknesses. At one point in history asbestos was hailed as the miracle mineral for its tensile strength, durability and ability to withstand intense heat. The mineral dates back to the…

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Asbestos Litigation in Florida

Asbestos litigation in Florida In 2005 the Florida legislature passed the Asbestos and Silica Compensation Fairness Act (ASCFA). This act was intended on reducing the amount of litigation being brought into state courts. The Act set specific guidelines on several…

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Driver License Renewal Requirements, FL

Florida Driver License Renewal Requirement All drivers in Florida will need to renew their license at one point or another. Renewal is every four to six years (4-6yrs). You are applicable for a six (6) year renewal if you have…

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Mesothelioma: The case of Bartow, Florida

Bartow History Bartow is nicknamed the “City of Oaks and Azaleas”, it is the county seat of Polk County, Florida. The city was founded in 1851. It is located near the source of the Peace River and is some thirty…

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Mesothelioma: The case of Tallahassee, Florida

Tallahassee - History Tallahassee is located on the banks of Lake Jacksonville and Lake Lafayette. It serves as the capital city of Florida. The city is the one hundred and thirty third (133rd) largest city in the United States. Originally inhabited by the…

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Mesothelioma: Fernandina Beach, Florida

Fernandina Beach - History Fernandina Beach is a city in the Nassau County, Florida. It is located on Amelia Island about twenty five (25) miles northeast of downtown Jacksonville. The Amelia Islands can be found on the southernmost part of…

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Mesothelioma: The Case of Palatka, Florida

Palatka, Florida - History The city of Palatka is the county seat of Putnam County, Florida. The city is located on the banks of the St. Johns River. Initially the area was inhabited by the Muscogee and Seminole tribes who…

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