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Should I Settle or Go to Court Over a Slip and Fall Injury?

After suffering an injury in a slip and fall accident, you know you need money to pay your medical bills and recover damages such as lost wages and other losses. While trying to focus on your physical recovery, you are also trying to take care of your financial recovery. Unfortunately, handling both aspects of your slip and fall accident claim aren’t easy. Many accident victims want to know if they should settle or go to court in order to collect… Read More

Sexual Abuse Can Occur at the Hands of Other Nursing Home Residents

If you have a loved one in a nursing home, or if you are a patient in a nursing home yourself, you may have done your homework to ensure you or a family member was placed in a facility that has good reviews and rankings. When doing your research, you might have come across facilities that received poor ratings due to neglect, bad medical care, or incidents of physical and sexual abuse. When you hear about these acts of abuse,… Read More

Why All Drivers Need to Put an End to Distracted Driving in Florida

Although driving is an activity to get from Point A to Point B, driving can also be the most dangerous thing you do every day. Because a car accident can occur without warning, it is critical that all drivers are focused on the road and task at hand in order to reduce their chances of crashing. While many drivers are driving defensively and paying attention to the road, many drivers are, unfortunately, texting at the wheel. Although all drivers —… Read More

What the Latest Statistics Reveal About Fatal Motorcycle Crashes

In 2004, 3,713 motorcyclists were killed on the nation’s roadways. Sadly, this statistic has increased to 4,399 motorcycle fatalities in 2013 (the latest reported year). According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 1,232 of these deaths were alcohol related, involving a motorcyclist with a blood alcohol content over .08 percent. While alcohol has sadly always been a factor in traffic collisions, another factor that contributed to fatal motorcycle crashes is speeding. NHTSA data shows that 34 percent of… Read More

What Florida Motorists Need to Know About Palcohol This Summer

There are many people who have a few alcoholic drinks with their dinner or consume some drinks at a party and don’t realize they are buzzed or drunk. As a result, they get into their cars and drive home. While some may make it to their destinations, others end up getting involved in car crashes and hurting themselves and other innocent motorists. Now, there is something on the market that may cause more even drunk driving accidents in Florida and… Read More

Spotlight on Bereaved Parents Awareness Month

Although no one likes to think about death, most parents assume they will die first — before their kids. Because of this, a parent is typically not prepared for losing a child early in life. Unfortunately, many horrific scenarios often claim innocent children, such as defective car seats, other dangerous and defective products, and intoxicated drivers. Although life may never be the same again, parents who have suffered the wrongful death of a child need to know how to weather… Read More

Signs and Symptoms of PTSD Following a Bicycle Accident

Any type of traffic collision is traumatizing, especially when one vehicle involved is a small bicycle and the other is a larger and heavier car or truck. This is why many victims of bicycle accidents have suffered from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Unfortunately, most people who suffer from PTSD in a collision aren’t aware of it. This is why it is important to bring attention to National Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Awareness Day this June 27th, in order to make more… Read More

Ride Your Motorcycle to Work Day Promotes Motorcycle Awareness in Florida

More people than ever before own and ride motorcycles in Florida. With the Sunshine State taking second to California for the most motorcycle registrations among U.S. states, it’s no wonder why people want to ride their motorcycles in a climate such as we have here. Although the weather makes it a wonderful place to ride, Florida’s traffic and driver distractions still makes our state a dangerous place for motorcyclists. Even though motorcycle operators have the same legal rights to the… Read More

How Can I Tell if I’m at Risk for Driving Drowsy?

Many people don’t think twice about the lack of sleep they got the night before. They down a cup or two of coffee in the morning, grab their car keys, and head down the road. While some tired drivers make it to their destinations without a close call or a traffic accident, others aren’t so fortunate. Lack of sleep plays a huge part in causing auto accidents in Florida and throughout this country. Unfortunately, drowsy driving is prevalent in this… Read More

The Reality of Medication Mistakes in Florida Nursing Homes

While there are many different reasons why elderly people live in nursing homes, such as dementia, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, and other medical issues, they all generally have one thing in common. Medication. Seniors tend to take at least one daily medication, and most elderly nursing home residents take multiple medications on a daily basis. Because some medications need to be taken with food, and others need to be given to patients with water and at different times of the day, caregivers… Read More

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