How to Avoid Common Construction Site Accidents

How to Avoid Common Construction Site Accidents

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. read more

What You Should Never Say After a Car Accident

Finding yourself involved in a car accident is scary. Even the most minor of accidents can leave you injured. You will likely go through a ton of emotions in the immediate moments after an accident and they won’t dissipate for quite a while. There are things that many read more

5 Tips for Preventing Injuries on the Job

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, read more

TBI and Youth Sports

Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) and youth sports are a dangerous combination. The most common type of TBI that affects youth sports is that of the concussion. There’s plenty of research out there that implicates the dangers of read more

Who is Liable in a Limo Accident?

Getting into a limo for prom, your wedding day, a bachelor or bachelorette party, for work or for any other reasons is exciting. You are being whisked away in style, with plenty of room to spread out in the back, and likely a lot of adult beverages (if you aren’t headed read more

How Do I Know if I’m the Victim of Medical Malpractice?

Medical malpractice is a scary situation that a lot of people will experience at some point in their lifetime. Since malpractice is not an everyday occurrence many patients might not know the signs to look for in a potential case. When you visit the doctor or spend time read more

Prescription Errors: Dangers You Should Know About

Prescription errors can lead to injury or even death in some circumstances. Holding accountable those who caused the prescription error is an essential part of both compensating the injured and discouraging careless, reckless, or negligent conduct in the pharmacy.

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