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Hurricane Property Damage – What to Do

  In the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, our thoughts are with you, your families, and friends. And with more severe weather on the horizon, there are things you need to know. After a natural disaster, it can be stressful and completely overwhelming to try assessing your property damage. While you are doing so, we urge […]

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Safe Cycling in Unsafe Times

With school back in session, the number of bicycles sharing the road with automobiles dramatically increases, and we’re reminded to be extra careful. Soon, South Florida’s weather may actually grow cooler, and even more cyclists will be hitting the road. The United States Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports there were […]

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Put Down That Phone, Drivers

You already know texting and driving is dangerous. Beginning today, Florida drivers will be ticketed if caught, so it will be expensive, too. When Governor Ron DeSantis signed House Bill 107, it made texting and driving a primary offense. That means an officer who sees you doing it can pull you over and write you a […]

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Don’t Let the 4th of July Ruin Your Summer – or Your Life

They’re already on every available corner – those fireworks tents selling the biggest, best, most amazing explosives you can buy. But the Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC) says that, on average, 280 people go to the emergency room every day with fireworks-related injuries in the month surrounding the 4th of July holiday. If that’s not […]

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Helping Families get Back to School

At Hicks & Motto, we know that preparing to send children back to school is sometimes a financial challenge, so our associates got together and filled our conference room with supplies we’re donating to children and classrooms in need. We believe that even if you cannot give much, giving back is something you can always hold […]

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Car Insurance: Get the Right Coverage!

If you own a motor vehicle which is registered in the State of Florida, you are required to have certain types of coverage, namely Property Damage and Personal Injury Protection. If you have only these two types of coverage, you have what is mandated by the State. You do not have “full coverage.” Many people […]

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