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As Daylight Savings Ends, Increased Road Dangers Begin Each November Daylight Savings comes to a close and people around the United States turn their clocks back one hour, thus resulting in shorter days and less sunlight. One common result that most people don’t think about, is that we often spend…

Distracted Driving Problem Addressed Through New Law During a time where interpersonal communications are inherently dependent upon cellular devices, the risk of distracted driving on Florida roadways have increased significantly. As a direct result of distracted driving, traffic accidents across the United States resulting in personal injury and passenger fatality…

The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles estimates that there were 8,706 motorcycle crashes across the state in 2018, leading to 497 fatalities. Florida’s pleasant climate makes biking a popular pastime for motorcycle enthusiasts, but riding a motorcycle carries risks. With little to no protection for bikers involved…

Back Injuries Suffered on the Job In 1908, the federal government became the first employer to provide workers’ compensation benefits to its employees. Since then, the program has grown and most employers are required to offer workers’ compensation benefits. In Florida, an employer with four or more employees (full- or…

Steps to Take in a Semi-Truck Aftermath If you or a loved one has been in a Florida truck accident, you may be injured, shaken, and/or distressed. These reactions are common, and how could they not be, when one considers the potential harm and danger of a truck accident? Truck…

Motorcycle accidents happen frequently, especially in Florida where the sunny weather begs motorcycle enthusiasts to head out for a joy ride. But, unfortunately, joy rides can be a dangerous pastime. The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles estimates more than 8,700 motorcycle crashes, resulting in almost 500 fatalities,…

Understanding How Elders Suffer Abuse Trusting an elderly loved one to the care of someone else is never easy. Caregivers for the elderly can lose your trust when your loved one begins to exhibit signs of possible abuse. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) defines elder abuse as an intentional…

Who’s at Fault for Your Car Accident? The sudden and traumatic impact of a car accident can leave you dazed and confused. Understanding what just occurred is one thing—understanding the how and the why of the accident is best left to law enforcement. The officers who arrive at the scene…