Automobile and motorcycle accidents can be scary, even if the damage to your vehicle or motorcycle is minimal. A racing mind and the stress of the situation can cause you to overlook your injuries. Some injuries may not even present themselves until a few days – or even a few weeks – after the accident….

Slip, trip, and fall accidents are a common cause of injury in the United States. They may not seem like complicated matters – how often have you tripped without any injury? Yet, some slip, trip, and fall accidents can lead to serious injury including broken bones, torn ligaments, or head, neck or spine injuries that…

For children, there is nothing more magical than Halloween. It is one of the best nights of the year. But for parents, there can be a fine line between holiday fun and safety concerns. Trick-or-treating often takes place at night, and there are a lot of people and cars on the street. It also involves…

Millions of Americans undergo surgery every year. Some procedures are emergent, while others are elective. As with any procedure, there are risks and benefits to surgery. As a patient, it is your right and responsibility to be informed about the procedure being performed and ask questions regarding the procedure to your healthcare provider. Understanding the…

Across the country, traffic and accident statistics report an increase in car accidents during the holiday season. This can be attributed to drinking and driving, increased traffic, and dulled reactions/ distracted driving. The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles reported a total of 25,956 crashes and 4,101 DUI citations in 2015 with spikes…

As citizens of the United States, products we buy are supposed to be manufactured to pass specific health and safety standards as a way to protect us from physical harm. A defective product is a product that is faulty and dangerous to the consumer. There are many cases of defective products across all industries that…

“The real issue is that medicine is incapable of regulating itself. Doctors, like any other profession or business, will act in their own self-interest and protect their own self-interest. How far they go is an individual choice, depending on the stresses that are on the institution or the doctor. But everyone tries to not discuss…

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