Road Rage & Aggressive Driving

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How is road rage different from aggressive driving, and is one more dangerous than the other? Most of us have experienced both several times throughout our lives, but telling them apart can be difficult.   So how do we know what road rage looks like? And what qualifies as aggressive driving?   Road rage involves […]

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Traumatic Amputations

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One out of every 200 Americans , 1.7 million people overall have suffered some type of limb loss, with 50,000 new amputation cases reported across the U.S. annually, according to national statistics. A large number of these amputations occur as a result of traumatic accidents. However, diseases and other medical conditions, from diabetes, cancers, infections […]

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Check the Backseat Before You Leave

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Although Southwest Florida is beautiful year around, the temperature rises and we experience hot and humid weather during the spring and summer months. This excess heat and humidity creates health hazards, especially for kids. A child’s small body is unable to regulate internal body temperature, and increases in temperature 3-5 times faster than adults when […]

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Jet Ski Safety

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Jet skis are designed for fun in the sun and on the waves and allow you the freedom to explore places that boats can’t reach, but sometimes they can cause fatal injuries to their passengers if operated improperly. Excessive speeds, recklessness and alcohol consumption are all common causes of jet ski accidents and can cause […]

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Consultation Checklist: What Should I Bring?

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If you’ve endured a personal injury due to the carelessness of someone else, there may be information you need to collect and preserve to hold the other party accountable for their recklessness.   After scheduling a free consultation to meet with a Parvey & Frankel attorney, make sure you collect everything needed for your first […]

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Pain In The Rear!

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Every 17 seconds, a rear-end collision occurs in the U.S, and, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, these are the most common occurring types of motor vehicle accidents. Important facts about rear-end collisions: One in every three traffic accidents in the U.S. is a rear-end collision. One unreported rear-end collision occurs in the U.S. […]

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Impact of Elder Abuse

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Many families who are unable to house or give proper medical care to an aging parent will look for a place for their loved one to live that is safe and where they will receive the highest quality of attention and care. Unfortunately, not all nursing homes treat their residence with dignity and respect; elder […]

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What is “Bad Faith?”

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Car accidents are instantly traumatic for both the victim and the person responsible, but the aftermath of injuries and damages can be even more grisly. With an injured neck and a damaged car, you exchange numbers with the other driver and agree to get your insurance companies involved. Now this is the part where all […]

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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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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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