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Victims Suffer More than Burn Injuries in a Truck Accident in Florida

One of the worst outcomes of being in a collision is a car fire. While any injury is traumatic, burn injuries are absolutely horrific. Unfortunately, those in smaller vehicles hit by commercial trucks are more likely to be injured in car fires due to the sheer force of impact caused by large trucks. Sometimes a car can erupt in flames due to the position of impact. For example, a truck may have smashed right into the fuel tank causing it… Read More

Distracted Driving Awareness Month: Pledge to Drive Distraction Free

Because distracted driving continues to be a problem in Florida and is really an epidemic affecting our nation, the National Safety Council wants to bring attention to this problem for the entire month, as April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Unfortunately, this national safety issue is threatening all drivers and passengers on the road. There are about 400,000 injuries and approximately 3,000 fatalities that occur every year in distracted driving accidents, according to the Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA). Sadly,… Read More

The Seriousness of a Mild Head Injury Following a Florida Slip and Fall Accident

Everywhere you go including the grocery store, mall, department store, work, or any location can present dangers that could lead to a slip and fall accident. When lighting is dim, walkways are cluttered, liquid pools on the floor, carpet is torn, premises are poorly maintained, or a hazardous environmental factor occurs, people can fall to the ground and hit their heads—suffering serious injuries such as head injuries. Even a mild head injury in a slip and fall accident can cause… Read More

Restraint Abuse in Florida Nursing Homes: A Major Problem

When people go into nursing homes to live, they are giving up some of their independence; however, they aren’t giving up all of their rights and freedoms. Just because elderly people in nursing homes might rely on the staff to take care of them and help them meet their basic needs, it doesn’t give nursing home workers the right to do whatever they want to their residents, such as physically restraining them. It’s shocking, but many nursing home workers overuse… Read More

What You Should Know About Workplace Eye Injuries in Florida

Employees across all different industries and work environments use their eyes to see what they are working on. Eyesight is critical to getting a job done and doing it right, which is why any eye injury that affects a person’s ability to do his or her job is serious. While some eye injuries are minor, other workplace eye injuries are major—even resulting in blindness. How Do Eye Injuries Occur at Work? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, men between… Read More

Are You Using Your Child’s Car Seat Correctly?

The worst thing a parent can face is the death of their own child. Sadly, auto accidents are still the primary cause of death for children in this nation. While you might consider yourself to be a safe driver and don’t foresee being in a traffic accident in Florida, collisions can happen in an instant—even involving safe drivers. For this reason, it is critical that you know how to use car seats properly. While you may have had your car… Read More

Signs You Might Have a Brain Injury After a Motorcycle Accident in Florida

Brain injuries caused in motorcycle crashes continue to be reviewed and discussed, as many studies reveal that motorcycle helmets help reduce the chance for suffering a brain injury in a motorcycle accident. However, some riders in Florida still choose not to wear their motorcycle helmets. Although the law in Florida allows motorcyclists who maintain health insurance and are 21 and older to ride without their helmets, motorcycle operators who do not wear motorcycle helmets need to be aware of their… Read More

How Safe Is the Bus You Plan to Ride On?

Although the price of gasoline is down, many people still opt to take a motorcoach when traveling out of state. Because many people plan their vacations during the winter and spring months, it is important that you know what to look for if you plan to take a bus trip this spring or summer. While many people like to take the bus when traveling many miles in order to reduce their chance of being in a car crash, bus passengers… Read More

Why Cyclists in Florida Need To Wear Helmets

When you hear about someone riding a bike, it may bring back fond memories of riding your bike as a kid. However, riding bicycles isn’t just an activity for kids. In fact, thousands of adults across Florida and nationwide ride bicycles to commute to work or for exercise. While riding a bike can be a fun way to exercise or an economical decision to save money at the pump, it can also be dangerous. According to a recent study by… Read More

The Many Types Of Hospital Workers Who Suffer Back Injuries

Any worker across any industry can suffer an injury on the job, and hospital workers are no exception. In fact, hospital workers often suffer back injuries due to the nature of their jobs. While some back injuries are minor strains, many hospital workers sustain disabling back injuries. One reason hospital workers and nursing home workers, especially nurses assistants, suffer back injuries is caused from manually lifting of patients. Unfortunately, hospitals and nursing homes don’t have enough mechanized patient lifting devices,… Read More