Speeding May Not Get You There Faster; In Fact, It May Not Get You There At All!
Automobile accidents happen more frequently in Florida than anyone fully realizes – current statistics reveal that there’s a crash every 10 seconds, with close to 5 fatalities reported every hour as a result of those crashes. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that speeding is not only a major contributing factor in vehicle… Read More
Rights Of Construction Workers Regarding Workers’ Comp And Workplace Injuries
Construction sites are one of the most accident-prone workplaces in America, and some of the most frequently reported worker fatalities occur in the construction sector. Common causes for construction site accidents include falls, being struck by objects, electrocution, scaffolding accidents, and trench collapses. While many accidents are the result of worker distraction or failure to… Read More
Have You Been Injured In A Bicycle Accident?
Bicycle accidents can result in injuries, and these injuries can result in short- or long-term complications. Besides the common minor scrapes and bruising resulting from common spills, most serious injuries result from collisions with motor vehicles, which may include fractured or broken bones; internal injuries and bleeding; facial scarring and disfigurement; skull fractures and/or brain… Read More
The Effects Of A Serious Injury May Last Your Entire Life
Minor physical injuries can be managed with no interruption to your daily life such us working, self-care, well-being and happiness. Such injuries seldom set off psychological and emotional trauma. However, people who have pain and suffering from a serious personal injury related to vehicle, sports, accident, or accidental fall may develop feelings of stress and… Read More
Do You Really Need Legal Help For A Minor ‘Fender Bender’ Auto Accident?
While “minor fender benders” in South Florida often result in negligible property damages, it is never safe to assume that such simple accidents always result in logical outcomes. “Fender bender” is a low-speed minor accident that can turnout exceptionally costly when all is said and done. Vehicle occupants, for instance, could have suffered injuries that… Read More
Simple Guidelines To Keep In Mind In A Personal Injury Lawsuit
If you need to file a personal injury lawsuit in South Florida, there are a few basic steps to follow in order to help your claim progress as quickly and efficiently as possible. First and foremost, look after yourself and get the medical attention you need. But when all the confusion and stress pass, consult… Read More
Trick-Or-Treat, Make Sure A Fun Halloween Is A Safe Halloween!
It’s that magical and exiting time of the year once more for hungry goblins, elves and witches, and while just about everyone enjoys trick or treating, it’s important to remember that Halloween can be one of the most dangerous holidays for kids of all ages. Pedestrian injuries are the most common injuries to kids and… Read More
Skilled Nursing Facilities Often Fail To Provide Sufficient Care. Are You A Victim?
According to a study conducted by Medicare’s Inspector General, the rate of medical errors resulting in injuries and death in skilled nursing facilities was much higher than that reported for hospitals. Skilled nursing facilities, which include certified nursing homes, typically provide follow-up treatment for patients after they have been discharged from acute care or postoperative… Read More
Have You Been Injured In A Boating Accident In Florida?
Surrounded by water, and home to thousands of lakes, rivers, and canals, boating is one of the most common recreational activities in Florida. It is meant to be a safe and fun way to enjoy Florida’s warm weather. Unfortunately, with so many boats traversing our waterways on a daily basis, accidents are bound to happen.… Read More
Road Safety Tips For A New School Year
Officially schools are back in session for students and teachers. This means more congestion, distracted parent drivers and sharing the road with others. School buses are picking up their passengers, kids on bikes are trying to make it on time before the school bell, parents are trying to drop-off their kids to make it to… Read More