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March through July is prime fishing season in Florida. “A combination of COVID-19 fears, boat ramp closures and confusing rules have many anglers getting a later start on fishing,” says Ellsworth Buck, Vice...
Florida has survived the first tropical storm (Arthur), before hurricane season has arrived. Hurricane season runs from June 1-November 30. “It’s difficult to wrap your head around the idea of storm potential, when coming...
We are now entering a new phase of the coronavirus as Florida eases public health restrictions. “Re-opening doesn’t mean we are completely out of the woods yet, so caution is advised when going in...
While the world is slowly opening back up, it will be sometime before we are out and about as we were pre-coronavirus. “Although most areas are reopening in Florida, many want to take a cautious approach in...
On Wednesday, Gov. Ron DeSanits will address the state and outline a plan for easing restrictions and re-opening businesses. “Floridians can expect a phasing in,” says Ellsworth Buck, Vice President of GreatFlorida Insurance, Florida’s...
Wednesday, April 22 is Earth Day. This annual 50th celebration was set to be a worldwide party and it will, but it is going virtual. By clinking on the link, you can find several ways to commemorate...
As of today, the Florida Department of Health is reporting 21, 367 confirmed cases of coronavirus across the state. “As the virus continues to spread, it is essential to know how to effectively handle...
Two auto insurance companies, Allstate and American Family Insurance plan to reimburse their customers millions of dollars because people are driving less during the coronavirus outbreak. “As circumstances change, the insurance industry is also required to make...
As cases of COVID-19 continue to rise in Florida daily, officials look to slow the spread of the virus. “New executive orders are coming weekly, changing our daily routines it is important to...
As of this morning, Florida is reporting over 1,400 COVID-19 cases with 18 deaths. Miami-Dade and Broward counties are the hardest hit areas so far in Florida. Over a dozen states across the US...