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Brain Injury Basics for Parents: Recognizing Signs of a Concussion in Their Children

As a parent, you probably have witnessed your child fall down and suffer a bump to the head. While the human head can typically take a minor bump to the noggin, sometimes falls, sports and motor vehicle accidents can cause the head more damage — even unseen damage — which can lead to a brain injury. For example, many children suffer brain injuries in bicycle and car accidents. Although not every brain injury is a life-altering injury, some minor injuries… Read More

Seven Safety Tips to Adhere to While Driving During Labor Day Weekend

Labor Day weekend has been viewed as the end of summer, which is why most people tend to celebrate this holiday outside with friends and family. And often beer and other alcoholic drinks are a staple for those hosting or attending a backyard barbeque or outdoor party. While many people know how to party responsibly and designate drivers, some people fail to be responsible and get behind the wheel buzzed or drunk. Sadly, an increase in drunk driving accidents tends… Read More

How Do You View Dangerous Driving Behaviors?

It’s a sad fact, but car crashes cause fatalities. Did you know that someone dies every 15 minutes on our nation’s roadways? In fact, 34,000 people died in traffic collisions in 2012, which was the first annual increase in seven years, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. While fatal crashes have gone up by about 5.3 percent, Americans’ perception about dangerous driving behaviors has gone down, even though most deadly car accidents occur due to recklessness and negligence.… Read More

Car Accident Injuries Could Be the Result of Carmakers Dragging Their Feet Over Recalls

Over the past year, we have heard about the many recalls in the automobile industry. Although the Takata airbag recall seems to have taken center stage, there are many other recalls that affect motorists’ safety. For example, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is being criticized for its handling of about 20 recalls. Some of the recalls include the following vehicle hazards: Ignition switch movement Alternator failures Loss of steering control Risk of fire in rear impact crash Air bag ruptures And… Read More

Types of Workplace Burn Injuries Deserving of Workers’ Comp Benefits

Many workers are injured or die as a result of burns that occur on the job. According to the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), over 5,000 workers are burned at work and hospitalized every year. Not only do workers with burns endure serious pain, but they also suffer long-lasting effects such as scarring, organ dysfunction, respiratory problems, and disfigurement. Burns in the workplace can be some of the most serious injuries and can occur in a variety of ways,… Read More

Was Your Child Injured in a School Bus Accident?

Many parents send their kids to school on a school bus because it has been known as the safest mode of transportation for getting to and from school. Although this is still the case, as hundreds of cars are removed from the roads when parents send their children to school on school buses instead of driving them; however, school bus accidents can and do still occur — causing innocent children to suffer harm. The truth of the matter is that… Read More

How to Deal With a Car Accident Claim Involving a Rental Car

Maybe you arrived in Florida yesterday or at some point in the last few days excited to soak up the rays, take in the beautiful sites of the ocean, or visit some of the best theme parks. Whatever your agenda while in Florida, one thing is for certain: you didn’t plan on being in a car accident. But that’s exactly what happened, and now you are left wondering how you should handle a car accident claim involving a rental car.… Read More

The Various Types of Shoulder Injuries Suffered in Slip and Fall Accidents

Our arms and shoulders are used every day, even in the simplest of ways including brushing our teeth, combing our hair, drinking, eating, and driving. In addition, most people use their arms and shoulders to get their jobs done. So when a shoulder injury occurs, it can be debilitating. Shoulder injuries are often the result of a traumatic accident, such as a slip and fall accident. When a person lands on his or her shoulder, it can cause trauma to… Read More

Florida Workers’ Comp Covers the Different Types of Injuries Professional Installers Suffer

If you have worked in construction and installation, it is probably safe to say that you have witnessed or heard about accidents on the job. Unfortunately, accidents are common occurrences at installation workplaces due to the hazards of the job. In fact, professional installers often use power tools, extension cords, ladders, and other tools on the job site that could be dangerous. Some of the types of traumatic accidents on the job include falls from heights, falls off ladders, items… Read More

Suing a Movie Theater for a Slip and Fall Injury

Maybe you have been waiting to see an action movie all week. While you may expect that someone might fall or get beat up on the movie screen, you probably never imagined that you would come out of the movie injured. Unfortunately, many people suffer slip and fall injuries in movie theaters. Why Are Movie Theaters Common Locations for Slip and Fall Accidents? Due to movie theaters’ poor lighting and spilled food such as greasy popcorn, slip and fall accidents… Read More