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More Can Be Done to Reduce Deadly Car Accidents

Every day in the news, you probably hear about a car accident that occurred in your city or you pass by a crash on your way to and from work. Unfortunately, auto accidents continue to occur because drivers fail to obey road rules and keep their eyes on the road, hands on the wheel, and mind on driving. Although traffic fatalities fell to a low in 2014, the numbers reveal that fatal traffic crashes rose to an alarming rate during… Read More

Understanding Elbow Injuries That Result in Slip and Fall Accidents in Florida

People often slip and fall down at grocery stores due to spilled liquid. Also, people fall down the stairs because there is poor lighting or due to broken or missing handrails. Whatever the reason, slip and fall accidents occur frequently and cause victims many injuries. One type of slip and fall injury that this article will focus on is an injury to the elbow. When people fall, they often try to brace themselves or catch themselves with their arms. As… Read More

Ways to Prevent Bedsores from Developing in Nursing Home Patients

Because the human body is designed to be moving, if we sit or lay down and don’t move positions – even for as little as 12 hours – our circulation is impeded. When this occurs, it can slow or stop the blood flow in the area that is being compressed. As a result, skin tissues are destroyed and bedsores (also known as decubitus ulcers) can form. With seniors living in nursing homes, bedsores often occur from sitting in a wheelchair… Read More

Beware: Children Suffer in School Bus Accidents

Big yellow school buses are frequent sites on the road in the early morning and afternoon hours, as they transport kids to and from school. Although school buses are actually the safest way for children to get to school, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), they are not completely safe as NHTSA estimates that four children die in school bus crashes annually and many more are injured. School bus related motor vehicle accidents can include rollovers, head-on… Read More

Sharing the Road with Bicyclists Even in the Winter

Residents and tourists in South Florida get to enjoy nice weather due to our pleasant climate here. This often causes many people to enjoy the outdoors even during the winter months when most of the rest of the country is trying to stay warm indoors. For example, in many states the weather is just too cold for people to be riding bikes, but in Florida, cyclists get to enjoy their bike rides year round. However, just because cyclists can ride… Read More

Reduce a Teen Crash With These Helpful Tips

It is only natural for teenagers to be excited about getting their driver’s license and getting the keys to a car. After all, teens know that driving is another way to exercise their freedom. Unfortunately, car accidents are still the leading killer of teens in the United States, but most teens aren’t aware or choose not to worry about this chilling reality. Some of the shocking statistics include: Teenagers between the ages of 16 and 19 are most at risk… Read More

Is Work-Related Hearing Damage Covered by Workers’ Comp in Florida?

Many people go to work and sit behind a desk in a relatively quiet office, but this scenario doesn’t describe every workers’ environment. There are many types of jobs where workers are exposed to constant noises that can affect hearing. For example, construction, factory and machinery workers are all vulnerable to hearing loss on the job due to loud noises in the work place. While not every loud noise may affect hearing, some noises that exceed 90 decibels could be… Read More

Slip and Fall Injuries Include Pinched Spinal Nerves

When someone falls from spilled liquid, falls over a hazardous obstacle, or falls due to dangerous premises, the person may endure trauma to their spinal discs. These discs are found on the spinal column, which runs down the back from the top of the neck to the tailbone. Because the spinal column is so long, it is broken up into three areas, known as: Lumbar, which is the lower back Thoracic, which is the mid back Cervical, which is the… Read More

7 Rights Nursing Home Residents and Their Families Should Know About

Is your elderly mother or father hesitant on living in a nursing home for fear their freedom will be over? Or maybe you are worried for them that they won’t have a voice or any rights, and that they will just be one of the many nursing home residents in Florida. While coming to live in a nursing home will be a huge change for your aging parent, it is important to know that their life isn’t over, their freedom… Read More

What Auto Accident Victims Should Know About Seat Back Failures

When you went shopping for a car, you may have looked at the safety ratings and did your homework – trying to find the best and safest car for your family in your price range. This is especially important when you have small children, as you want to protect them as best as possible in the event of a crash. However, it may shock you that even cars with five-star safety ratings aren’t as safe as you would probably imagine.… Read More