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According to the 2012 National Survey on Bicyclist and Pedestrian Attitudes and Behaviors[1], 13% of bicycle injuries are caused by road hazards. Bikes are particularly susceptible to accidents caused by road hazards because of their relative instability and thin tires.  Unexpected and abrupt changes in the road surface can be…

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics[1] (BLS), over three million people were injured in nonfatal workplace accidents in 2013. In many instances, these injuries involved individuals’ legs, hips, or other lower extremities. When these injuries occur, workers are often unable to return to work. In addition to lost compensable time from work…

Construction sites are dangerous places with unstable ground, structures that are incomplete and unsteady and tools, materials and debris falling or scattering on the ground. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration[1] (OSHA), 18.5% of all workplace deaths in the United States occur in the construction industry which is…

Every year, about 12,000 people sustain a spinal cord injury[1]. That’s 30 new injuries every day. Most of these people are injured in auto and sports-related accidents, falls and industrial mishaps. An estimated 60 percent of these individuals are 30 years old or younger, and the majority of them are…

Pharmaceutical companies release dozens of new prescription medications every year, and every year more people suffer because of drug-related problems. Many product liability lawsuits involve dangerous or defective drugs, medicines or other pharmaceutical products which have caused serious life-long injuries and even death. Pharmaceutical companies are required to ensure, through…

St.Petersburg  Wrongful Death Damages Florida Statutes section 678.18[1] states that when a person’s death “is caused by the wrongful act, negligence, default, or breach of contract” of another person or some other entity, the estate of the deceased person may bring a civil lawsuit in Florida’s courts, seeking a legal remedy…