The construction site can be one of the most dangerous places to work in Tampa and really anywhere else in Florida. Even though there are laws, rules, and policies in place at the state and federal levels there are still accidents happening that lead to injured workers.
Any type of accident can lead to injuries. These are known as personal injury accidents. The injuries you suffer in a car accident, workplace accident, slip-and-fall accident or accident on someone else’s property can put you out of work for an extended time. The injuries
You get up every morning, go through the same routine, sit in traffic, and wind up at work. What you do while at work determines whether or not you will return home safely that night. Even if you don’t work in a profession that is known to be dangerous (construction,
Spinal cord injuries can range from minor to severe. Understanding the signs and symptoms of spinal cord injuries can go a long way towards diagnosis, which can lead to care and treatment of the injuries.
Common Causes of Spinal Cord Injuries
Spinal cord injuries can be attributed to a number of different but
Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are often caused by car accidents, firearm wounds, slip and fall accidents, hypoxia, and brain tumors. Regardless of their cause, most cases have one thing in common: treatment options are limited, and offer minimal relief to TBI sufferers
Everyone benefits when residents of a state can travel more easily between cities. The transit system gets the funding it needs to continue running, the local economy gets new visitors and more revenue, and residents get to explore new areas. Ridesharing has made it easy
According to brainline.com, as many as 2.8 million people sustain a traumatic brain injury (TBI) on an annual basis. Of these, some 50,000 will die and
Accident victims who sustain a serious spinal cord injury are often left with permanent disability and little hope of recovery. In recent years, however, advances in both research and treatment have shown great promise. In fact, a new study conducted by Tel Aviv University and published in the
The NCAA recently settled a lawsuit with the family of yet another former collegiate football player who suffered from Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, commonly known as CTE. Former defensive lineman Greg Ploetz played for the University of Texas Longhorns from 1968-1971,