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Medical malpractice is defined very broadly in the State of Florida. Medical malpractice – or medical negligence – may be committed by many different types of healthcare providers, including doctors, nurses, nursing assistants, administrators, and other health providers who care for patients on a daily basis. Medical malpractice also encompasses…

The Fourth of July can be a fun summer holiday and is the perfect time for sparklers and fireworks displays. As such, July has been designated National Fireworks Safety Month. Sparklers and fireworks, however, can be dangerous when they fall into the wrong hands. It is important to be aware…

Operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol is extremely dangerous and often results in very serious motor vehicle accidents and personal injuries. Because alcohol is a depressant and slows down a person’s central nervous system activity, a driver who is under the influence of alcohol…

We love our children, and as such, when we shop for children’s products we expect kid-centered corporations to do the same or, at the very least, adhere to basic federal safety guidelines. So imagine your shock when you’re informed that the pajamas and bathrobe you purchased for your child were…

Spinal cord injuries can be one of the most devastating types of injuries a person can suffer. Car accidents, slip-and-falls, or work hazards create the perfect conditions for these injuries to occur; and we are all susceptible. When these injuries occur, the result can be severe pain, financial hardship, and…

A neck or back injury can be painful, debilitating, and even permanently disabling. Varying in severity and type from soft tissues injuries that will heal with time to permanent damage to the spinal cord, leading to paralysis, neck and back injuries are something that everyone wants to avoid. Unfortunately, these…

The federal government agency responsible for the safety and protection of American workers, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA),1 an agency housed in the federal Department of Labor, has estimated that just about 6.5 million people work on approximately 252,000 construction sites2 across the country on any given work…