Which Cars Carry The Greatest Risk For Fatal Accidents?

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Clayton Flowers / 07-13-2018 / Auto Accidents

  If you said “smaller is more dangerous,” you may be on the right track. According to AutoGuide, cars like the Hyundai Accent and the Kia Rio, both small sedan style cars, are the most unsafe cars in the US for 2018. However, there is a safe zone in average sized cars and then the […]

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How To Protect Yourself From Transvaginal Mesh Complications

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Clayton Flowers / 07-06-2018 / Consumer Safety

  What is Transvaginal Mesh/Netting? The transvaginal mesh or netting is usually made of a plastic called polypropylene while other types of mesh can use other materials, even animal tissue. The term “transvaginal,” however, came from the surgical procedure rather than the materials used in the process. The surgery is meant to help support the […]

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Florida Car Accidents: Is Anyone at Fault or was it The Rain?

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Clayton Flowers / 06-04-2018 / Auto Accidents

  Florida Car Accidents: Is anyone at fault or was it the rain? The roads in Orlando get flooded in more ways than one during the summer months. According to the National Climatic Data Center, for the months of June to August, the average rainfall in Florida is more than seven inches per month, making […]

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5 Things We Learned About Theme Park Injuries

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Clayton Flowers / 06-04-2018 / Theme park accidents

  Looking over the quarterly injury reports from the Orlando area parks for the last year, there are about five to 10 injuries each quarter across all the parks, with injuries rising in the last quarter of the year due to holiday travel. The report defines an injury as any incident that occured on a […]

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Traveling this summer? Here’s how to avoid issues after a car accident

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Clayton Flowers / 06-04-2018 / Auto Accidents

  Summer is the most dangerous time to be out on the road. The automobile and educational group, AAA, calls the days of summer, starting from Memorial Day, the 100 deadliest days. From 2011 to 2016, over 1,000 people died at the hands of teenage drivers in the 100 days following Memorial Day. That’s about […]

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Restaurant Slip And Fall: 5 Ways to Protect Yourself

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Tom Dennis / 05-04-2018 / Slip And Fall

25,000 slip and fall accidents occur daily in the US.* Slips, trips and falls are the second leading cause of injury as reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Anytime you visit a restaurant, there are customers coming and going or in the process of enjoying their meal while the employees are running around to […]

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Orlando Theme Park Injury: 5 Actions to Take Now

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Tom Dennis / 05-04-2018 / Theme park accidents

When you plan to visit Orlando, you’re thinking fun in the sun and gallivanting through the many theme parks ride hopping. Over 250 million people attend theme parks each year. With this many people moving through the usually crowded parks, accidents are bound to happen. That fun can turn detrimental. Whether you are from Florida […]

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Accident on I-4? 6 Things to Do Immediately

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Tom Dennis / 05-04-2018 / Auto Accidents

According to the Florida DMV, there are more than 200,000 car crashes in Florida annually. That’s more than 500 accidents per day. While I-4 is the shortest of the major highways in Florida, the East Central Florida Planning Council found that the section from Daytona to Orlando has the highest percentage of accidents occurring and […]

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New NHL Concussion Suit Filed Before Stanley Cup Finals

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Will Perry / 09-05-2017 / In The News

On the eve of Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals between the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Chicago Blackhawks, a former player has filed a lawsuit against the National Hockey League (NHL) for failing to warn him of the significant risk of brain damage. Ex-Blackhawk player and former coach of Tampa Bay, Steve Ludzik, filed […]

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Start the New Year with a Safe Bang

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Doug / 12-31-2015 / Consumer Safety

New Year’s Eve is a time for renewal and celebration and, often, fireworks.  Whether you’re enjoying a local fireworks show, or lighting sparklers in your backyard, it is important to remember that safety is as important as fun, especially when handling explosives.  Firework are explosives and safety starts even before your celebration begins. The National […]

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