Negligent Prenatal Care

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Throughout the course of a pregnancy, frequent testing and supervision should be conducted. Many types of prenatal complications exhibit symptoms. In some cases, symptoms of complications or diseases are similar to typical pregnancy side effects. Neglect or failure to investigate symptoms can result in life-threatening complications for you and your child. Major complications include: Diagnosis Errors Misdiagnosis can […]

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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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Negligent Childbirth

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The birth of a child is typically one of the most joyful occasions in a parent’s life, but what happens when medical staff are negligent and celebration turns to tragedy? Birth-related medical malpractice occurs when a doctor, hospital, or medical staff acts negligently and causes injury to the mother or child during pregnancy. Some examples of […]

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Flood Precautions

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It is that time of the year here in Southwest Florida; Rainy season. Are you prepared in case of a major flooding? Floods are one of the most common hazards in the United States, and it is important to know how to react in this situation. It is also important to know the difference between […]

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Avoid Boating Accidents this Summer

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Southwest Florida is a beautiful place for outdoor recreation like boating and swimming, especially during the summertime when the weather starts to heat up. However, as more people take to the waters throughout the summer months, the risk of injuries or death from drowning and boating accidents increases significantly. It is all too easy for […]

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Hazardous Gym & Fitness Equipment

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Many people use fitness and gym equipment their entire lives and never sustain an injury. And then there are thousands of others that are injured by workout equipment every day; fitness and gym equipment is responsible for almost nine thousand injuries each year, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).   Injuries can […]

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Can you go without an attorney?

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Are there cases that happen where one would not need to hire a personal attorney and go it alone? Let’s find out. If you live in a no-fault state, like Florida, the rules do not allow you to sue unless your injuries hit a certain level in severity or cost. It may not be pertinent […]

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Battle Bad Faith

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What exactly is “Bad Faith”? No matter what, insurance companies that are paid a premium by you owe a duty of good faith and fair dealing to the people they insure. It is unfortunate that in your time of need, some insurance companies may become disingenuous and attempt to deny your claim or provide a […]

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Night Driving in SWFL

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  When nighttime rolls around in Southwest Florida, it’s easy for us to fall victim to fatigue, roaming animals and limited visibility, which can be fatal. Even though there are fewer drivers occupying the roads after dark, vehicle death rates at night are three times higher than during the day, according to the National Safety […]

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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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