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Workers Compensation for Lifting Injuries Your body just wasn’t designed to perform some of the lifting and moving duties often required in a labor-driven workplace. Despite your physical strength, tasks such as moving heavy construction materials or loading and unloading large cargo items can strain critical body parts. Nonetheless, the…

Car accidents take more than 90 American lives every day; and with more than two million drivers sustaining permanent injuries during car accidents each year, it’s easy to see that motor vehicle crashes impact many of the people around us. You can’t prevent an accident caused by another driver’s misconduct…

Florida’s temperate climate and picturesque landscapes attract motorcyclists from around the country, and motorcycle enthusiasts who call Florida home are especially fortunate to take advantage of scenic views on a joyride whenever they would like. As much as bikers love the open road, motorcycle crashes do occur. In fact, The…

If you work in Florida, unless your employer falls into one of a very small number of exceptions, your employer is required to carry workers’ compensation insurance. This insurance is designed to give compensation to employees who sustain injuries on the job, without regard to fault. Under these policies, employees…

Every year, more than three million Americans receive injuries during car accidents on our roadways. These accidents can have lasting negative impacts on victims’ lives. Many individuals involved in motor vehicle collisions sustain serious physical and mental injuries as a result. Fortunately, federal and state laws allow accident victims to…

Immediate and Life-Long Motorcycle Accident Expenses Motorcycles are a common sight throughout Florida as they travel along the state’s highways and city streets. The freedom of the open road, along with the Florida sunshine, makes riding a truly enjoyable experience. But when another driver fails to share the road and…

Most of us think about Florida as a haven for snowbirds and retirees. While Florida’s population of those over the age of 65 is slightly higher than the average of the United States, the most recently available data from the U.S. Census Bureau indicates that just over five percent of…