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September 2017 Archives

Inexperience often leads to motor vehicle accidents

Florida parents watch their teenagers get drivers' licenses with a mixture of pride, joy and fear. Teens gain a sense of independence, but their inexperience behind the wheel can cause them to make mistakes that lead to motor vehicle accidents and injuries. Some of those injuries can be severe or even deadly.

When doing the same-old-same-old at work leads to injury

If you were to survey all employees in Florida regarding how many types of duties they regularly perform at work, many would likely say they basically do the same thing day in and day out, without much variation. Perhaps your own workplace duties pretty much stay the same from one day to the next. You might also be among those who prefer it that way since it's often easier to perfect a craft when one is able to practice it a lot.

Personal injury topics: Amputation

Some accidents result in such catastrophic injuries that Florida medical personnel may have to take extreme measures in order to save a patient's life. One such action may be to amputate a limb. If the accident was the result of another person's negligence, the victim may be able to seek restitution through a personal injury claim for what could be lifelong issues due to the amputation.

Some motor vehicle accidents are not discovered until hours later

Most Florida residents would like to believe that their passing would be noticed right away. Unfortunately, for some who die in motor vehicle accidents, the scene of their deaths is not discovered until hours after the event. This can sometimes make determining exactly what happened problematic, especially if only one vehicle was involved and all of the occupants were deceased when police arrived.

Workers' compensation news: Company fined for trench collapse

Florida residents who work in construction face numerous dangers on job sites. Whether they work at heights, underground or in trenches, they continue to report for work trusting that their employers will take all of the measures necessary to secure their safety. Even so, some would say that accidents are inevitable; otherwise, there would be no need for workers' compensation insurance programs.

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