Murray Guari Blog

Staying Safe Around Water

Whether using a backyard pool, community pool, hotel pool and even a portable kiddie pool – it’s essential to take precautions to prevent drownings, injuries and slip-and-fall accidents.

Hands-Free Technology — How Safe Are You?

New studies have shown that today’s proliferation of voice-controlled technology in our vehicles can be of concern. According to researchers from the University of Utah, hands-free technology may not be as safe as we think.

Stacked or Unstacked?

What UM Coverage you should have…

Summer Vacation Driving Tips

Many of us are now planning our summer vacations, and for a lot of us, this means we’ll be driving to our vacation destinations. Prevention is key to avoiding accidents. Here are a few tips to help make your road trip a little safer:

No Child Left Behind

It is never okay to leave kids or pets in a car – even with a window open. There is no safe amount of time to leave children alone in the car. Even just a few minutes can prove fatal.

Protect yourself from Uninsured / Underinsured Motorists

If you are a victim of an uninsured driver’s negligence, Uninsured Motorist (UM) / Underinsured Motorist (UIM) Coverage is an optional addition to your liability coverage and the basic Personal Injury Protection (PIP) legally required on all Florida policies.

Learn Some Cycling Tips to Keep You Safe on Florida’s Roadways

iking is a great way to have fun, stay healthy and help the environment. Florida is a great place to ride a bicycle, but it can also be a dangerous one. In 2007, there were almost 5,000 reported cycling accidents in Florida, and those accidents resulted in 119 fatalities.

NTSB Recommends Lowering Legal Limit

Murray & Guari informs consumer about the NTBS’s recent recommendation to lower the legal limit for ones blood-alcohol lever in and effort to reduce needless deaths.

Rain Safety And Flashing Lights – Do You Know The Law?

Did you know in Florida it is illegal to operate your car while in motion with your hazard lights on unless your car is disabled

Boating & Personal Watercraft Safety

According to the U.S. Forestry Service, in 2000 there we more than 82 million Americans participating in recreational boating, and there are more than 12.7 million boats registered in the United States.