Defective Toys of Tots

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Babies, toddlers and children play with toys every day, and as a parent, you trust that their toys are safe, properly tested and designed with kids in mind. We usually don’t think about potential dangers until a batch of defective toys injures our child.   Defective toys can result in a number of serious accidents. […]

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Bounce House Safety

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Bounce houses are a popular item at children’s birthday parties. They bring fun, excitement and entertainment on a very special day. While this “big toy” seems to present limitless opportunities for having fun and creating memories, it may not be as safe as you might think. Bounce houses can be rented or often are set […]

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Pharmacy Malpractice: Top 10 Drugs to Double Check

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Over 1.3 million people are injured each year due to something known as pharmacy errors. Out of these 1.3 million individuals, there are 10,000 that die each year as well.  A pharmacy error occurs when a patient receiving prescription drugs from a pharmacy suffers serious injury due to unintended effects of the medication they were […]

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Sharing the Road With Young Pedestrians-Back To School

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School is back in session! After a long nice summer, it’s now time for the kids to get back in the school spirit, where new opportunities will arise. In addition to getting them ready to go back, it’s important to take precautions measures on road for young pedestrians. School buses are now in route, picking up and dropping off […]

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No One Should Have To Deal With Wrongful Death

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One of the first questions family members ask is “Why?” Why did we lose our loved one so suddenly and so violently? This is a traumatic incident that we wish would never happen.  Sadly, things like this happen on a daily basis. Based on statistics from the National Safety Council, every five minutes, someone in America […]

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Wrongful Death: Pedestrian Accidents

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  Most pedestrian wrongful death cases are caused by motor vehicles traveling at higher than safe speeds. Another factor contributing to pedestrian wrongful death cases is the volume of traffic. Florida law requires that motorists yield to pedestrians in crosswalks. Yet there are many injuries and deaths caused by motor vehicles running over or hitting pedestrians […]

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Black Friday Safety 101

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Most people look forward to Black Friday as the ultimate shopping day of the year, when they get up early and rush to their favorite stores in order to knock out their holiday shopping. While there is a lot of fun to be had, there are also several risk factors that have to be accounted […]

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Unsafe Hotels/Apartments

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Premises Liability – Hotels/Motels When you’re traveling, there’s no doubt that your hotel room becomes your temporary home. You expect these temporary residences to be secure from intrusion by criminals. Often, parking garages, hallways, and other common areas are poorly lit or patrolled, inviting in a criminal who depends on darkness. Also, TV cameras aren’t monitored, […]

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Tattoo Infection & Other Injury Claims

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There are more than 20,000 tattoo parlors in the U.S., and their popularity continues to grow as there has been a dramatic increase in the past decade. With this popularity increase, also comes a rise in tattoo infections and injuries seen in medical centers, according to a U.S. News and World Report study. To slow the […]

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Pedestrian-Vehicular Accidents

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How often do pedestrian accidents occur?   According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an average of 445 people will be hospitalized for traffic-related pedestrian injuries in the next 24 hours. And every 2 hours, on average, one pedestrian life is lost due to vehicle injuries. Miscommunication between walkers and drivers causes […]

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