The heartbreaking story of the death of famed baseball player José Fernandez made front page news around the country. Investigators from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission found that Fernandez, a Cuban immigrant and hero in the South Florida community, was killed in a boat crash along with two other passengers when the boat […]
Electronic cigarettes (e-Cigarettes) are becoming more popular across the U.S., particularly with young people. Recent studies have shown a rise in the use of e-cigarettes by high school students. Additionally, the American Lung Association noted that the use of e-cigarettes is surpassing that of traditional cigarettes. On the surface, e-cigarettes appear to be safer than traditional […]
“Have you “Uber’d” it home from an evening out yet?” ” Did you check out Lyft yet?” Are you missing the ride sharing revolution? Ride sharing allows passengers to connect with drivers via mobile technology — anytime, anywhere. Consumers download an app to a smart phone, register with an account, request a ride, and pay […]
When you think of the month of May, you may think of Memorial Day, that special day set aside to commemorate our military who died during active duty. But this May, after you think about those who bravely served our country, we also urge you to take some time to think about motorcycle safety. May […]
Underground pipelines transport natural gas and account for nearly 25% of our nation’s energy use. We use this energy to heat and cool our homes, to cook and clean, as well as to power manufacturing plants throughout the country. Liquid and gas pipelines are buried underground throughout all 50 states. Over 2.5 million miles of […]
Air travel is one of the safest types of transportation. But, on board, airplanes are cramped — fitting dozens of passengers in relatively small areas. Because passengers and flight attendants need to move through very tight spaces, in-flight incidents occur from time to time, causing injuries. Injuries during flights may also stem from defective equipment, […]
National Burn Awareness Week 2016 In 2015, nearly 500,000 people in the United States received medical treatment for burn-related injuries. Of those, 40,000 required hospitalization for further treatment. In the same year, there were over 3,200 deaths from fire and smoke inhalation.  According to the ABA’s AmeriBurn website, over 70% of the injuries mentioned […]
A jury awarded the family of a 24-year-old deceased South Florida man $5.45 million for past and future pain and suffering plus $253,982 for loss of net accumulations, funeral expenses, loss of support and loss of services. He left behind a son, and his death was two months before the birth of his daughter. The […]
The appellate court in Naples, Florida found that valet companies must return vehicles in their possession to rightful owners, even if the vehicle owner is visibly intoxicated. Valet companies have this obligation because car owners place their cars in the possession of a valet parking attendant, but car owners do not give the parking attendant […]
28 year old Kathleen Miskell died recently after plummeting into the ocean from a parasail that was nearly 200 feet in the air. Mrs. Miskell, whose harness broke causing her to fall face-down into the water, was pronounced dead at Broward Health North. Kathleen’s husband Stephen Miskell was parasailing in tandem with her at the […]
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