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Physical Fitness in the Elderly: Is It Necessary?

posted on Friday, July 8th, 2016 and is filed under Uncategorized

The commercials are common now: an elderly person falls and can’t get up, and the product being touted allows him or her to call for help. With that demographic suffering an accidental fall about every 18 seconds, there’s no question that falls are a real danger to the elderly. However, as they reduce movement to...

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Florida Helmet Laws, Explained

posted on Friday, July 1st, 2016 and is filed under Uncategorized

It seems like a no-brainer—pun intended. To keep yourself safe on a motorcycle, wear a helmet. When faced with larger, more insulated vehicles like cars and trucks, a motorcyclist is vulnerable. But ever since 2000, Florida’s laws do not require a motorcyclist to wear a helmet. The only condition to this is that riders over...

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The Most Dangerous Dog Breeds

posted on Friday, June 24th, 2016 and is filed under Child Injuries, Personal injury

No matter how much you love dogs, there is always the possibility that one will become scared or aggressive and lash out. There are many behaviors you can demonstrate to prevent this, but it can also be helpful to know which breeds lead to the nearly five million occurrences that happen every year. Here are...

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“Every Accident Can Be Prevented”: True or False?

posted on Friday, June 17th, 2016 and is filed under Car Accidents, Personal injury

Your driver’s education teacher smirked down at you as she asked the question: “Can every accident be prevented?” Some say yes. Some say no. The room dissolves into chaos. The teacher continues to smirk. The truth is, over 95% of car accidents could be prevented by a different driver behavior. Some can argue a full...

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What to Do Right After an Accident

posted on Friday, June 10th, 2016 and is filed under Car Accidents, Personal injury

There are hundreds of thousands of car crashes each year, the majority of them fortunately not causing serious injuries. Even so, you are likely to feel shaken up, angry and confused immediately following a fender bender. What should you do after an accident to protect both your financial and your legal interests? What happens if...

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Can I Be Compensated for My Pain and Suffering?

posted on Friday, June 3rd, 2016 and is filed under Uncategorized

You might have heard about the term “pain and suffering” in a news article or report. What exactly is pain and suffering, and how does it relate to the original injuries you sustained in an accident? According to Florida law, pain and suffering consists of two different areas: physical and mental. Depending on the circumstances...

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What If I Can’t Work After My Accident?

posted on Friday, May 27th, 2016 and is filed under Car Accidents, Personal injury

Many car accidents, especially those resulting from a drunk, speeding, reckless or aggressive driver, result in serious injuries that may cause long-term impairments. Some injuries may be so severe that they are permanently disabling. It is possible that an injury like this could prevent you from returning to work for several months after the accident,...

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What to Look for in a Personal Injury Lawyer

posted on Friday, May 20th, 2016 and is filed under Personal injury

If you or a loved one has been injured, you are likely to have many questions about obtaining compensation through a personal injury case. One of the first steps you will take is contacting a personal injury attorney. This task may seem daunting, especially as you’re dealing with an injury and medical bills. The answers...

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Fatal Crash in Daytona Beach

posted on Monday, May 9th, 2016 and is filed under Car Accidents

An accident on Clyde Morris Blvd. on May 3, 2016, resulted in the death of Gary Miller and his wife Deborah White. According to investigators, Gary Miller was traveling east on Hancock at the time that George Hatzimouratides of Port Orange was traveling south on Clyde Morris. Gary Miller drove into the path of George...

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Crash In Deland Kills Woman and Three Children

posted on Wednesday, April 6th, 2016 and is filed under Car Accidents

On Tuesday, April 5, 2016, a car accident took the lives of a woman and three children. The Jeep Wrangler was traveling east on State Road 44 when Alan Seidel of DeLand traveling south on Grand drove into the path of the Jeep. Ms. Burch, a witness from Paisley was stopped at Grand Avenue and...

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