Pedestrian Accidents Tend to Be the Most Fatal

April 17, 2018

For most of us, traveling on foot allows a pleasant way to relax or complete simple errands while also reaping the health benefits of being outside in the fresh air...

Older Pedestrians Are at Greater Risk in Traffic

March 14, 2018

Each day, most of us travel to multiple destinations by foot, bike, or car, without incident. Usually traversing familiar routes, some of us might be able to reach our destinations...

Tipping Hazards Result in Product Recalls

January 25, 2018

Approximately a year ago, IKEA was involved in a massive product recall as a result of millions of chests and dressers not having adequate “anchoring.” The anchoring is used to...

‘Arbitration Clause’ Controversy

January 23, 2018

Arbitration is a common procedure to resolve disputes between “parties” to a contract.  Most contracts existing today have an “arbitration clause” contained in the fine print of the document.  They...

Foot Traffic: Cell Phone Distractions Are Not Just a Problem with Drivers

January 11, 2018

Sometimes you may find it amusing to think back to the days of yore when we left home without smartphones in our pockets (or more likely today, in the palms...

Road Safety: Visibility is Key in Avoiding Pedestrian and Bicycle Accidents

January 4, 2018

From going to work to dropping kids at school, stopping at the grocery store afterward, attending business meetings and recreational events, moving through traffic is a constant part of our...

Florida Doctor’s “License to Kill”

October 26, 2017

According to an analysis by Diederich Healthcare, nearly $4 billion was paid out to victims of medical malpractice throughout the U.S. in 2016. This number is likely shocking to most,...

Steps to Take When Your Child is Injured at School

October 9, 2017

It is hard to imagine anything more alarming than receiving that much-dreaded call from the school saying your child has been injured, but it is important to know what steps...

Common Questions About Spinal Cord Injuries

October 4, 2017

Spinal cord injury research is optimistic and ongoing around the world. Today, some victims can utilize improved treatment and rehabilitation technique to lead highly productive and independent lives. In some...

Depositions in My Injury Case: Will I Have to Give One?

September 19, 2017

If you have been injured due to the negligence of another party, your attorney—as well as the defendant’s side--will be gathering all pertinent evidence for the case, to include calling...

National Safety Council Survey Examines Driver Concerns & Reported Behavior

September 7, 2017

Can you remember the last time you went an entire day—or more—without driving? Unless you live in a metropolis like New York City, it’s probably hard to think of a...

Modern Addictions: Are You Unable to Put the Phone Down?

September 6, 2017

You may remember a time not long ago when most of us were still suffering through the day using flip phones and landlines. The smartphone user was rather rare at...