Bicycle-Related Injuries and Death Prevention

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Riding a bike is great for many reasons. You can get your exercise on, hike through the wilderness, and even go site seeing. However, bicycle accidents do happen, and can result in serious and sometimes fatal injuries. Liability for bike accident injuries comes down to negligence, whether the driver caused the cyclist’s injuries, or negligence by […]

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Premises Liability For Black Friday Shopping

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The day that we’ve all been waiting for, where families and loved ones gather together to enjoy one of the most important meals of the year, is tomorrow! You guessed it, Thanksgiving! It also signifies the eve of one of the largest shopping days of the year, Black Friday. Black Friday has become notorious as […]

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Nursing Home Precautions

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Many Florida residents have loved ones either living in a nursing home or looking for a nursing home within which to place their loved one. Choosing a nursing home can be a formidable task unless one knows what to look for in a suitable facility. Although the convenience of the nursing home with regard to […]

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Motorcycle Accident Statistics and Possible Causes

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According to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration: Motorcyclists are 35 times more likely to experience a deadly accident on the road than those in passenger cars. In 2006, 88,000 motorcyclists were injured in highway accidents alone. In 2006, 4,810 motorcyclists were killed in road accidents. 11 percent of all roadway […]

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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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Is Your Hospital Sterile?

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Back in February, the Food and Drug Administration warned doctors and hospitals to use extra caution in disinfecting a hard-to-clean medical scope that had been linked to the spread of powerful “superbugs” in outbreaks across the country. Research has been conducted for future prevention, and the society had been looking to raise awareness among doctors and […]

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Simple Ways to Avoid Malpractice Claims

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Reduce your risk of a malpractice lawsuit every day with these simple tips. Approximately $5,000 a minute is spent on medical malpractice in the United States alone, with costs reaching nearly $3 Billion in 2012. Process this for a minute; by age 45, 36% of physicians in low-risk specialities and 88% in high-risk specialities are likely […]

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Wrongful Death Statistics

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Wrongful Death Statistics A wrongful death can occur in a number of circumstances. The statistics are unbelievable. Every year, over 90,000 deaths occur due to medical malpractice ALONE, not including the many other causes of wrongful death. The following statistics provide an overall look into the incidence and causes of wrongful death. Motor Vehicle Fatalities The CDC […]

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ADHD Awareness Month: Know Your Prescriptions

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It’s October which means it’s ADHD Awareness Month. A great many people suffer from ADHD and as such there are a great many medications that are meant to treat it. It’s highly important to know that you’re getting the right medications, and that you are aware of possible side-effects, which is ultimately the responsibility of […]

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Car Seat Safety

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Every year thousands of children are seriously injured or killed in car accidents. The sad part is that many of these incidences can be avoided if parents restrain their children in appropriate car seats. Choosing quality safety feature manufacturing, proper installation and taking into consideration your child’s height, weight and age is needed for a […]

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