Newsletter – Wooten Kimbrough

On the Importance of Taking Responsibility

Doug / 10-01-2013 / Newsletter

Many people are quick to look down on Personal Injury attorneys.  Often they are referred to negatively as “Ambulance Chasers” and it’s alluded that they prey on the weak to take advantage of Big Business and Big Insurance to enrich themselves and their clients at the cost of raised premiums for insurance carriers.  Given mainstream […]

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Take Care When Back to School Shopping

Doug / 08-27-2013 / Newsletter

It’s sadly true, but going back to school may be harmful to your child’s health? This year, when you’re shopping for school supplies remember that many may contain hidden hazards, especially in products containing vinyl. High levels of toxic phthalates, banned in toys and associated with birth defects, ADHD, obesity, behavioral problems and asthma, have been […]

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Orlando Injury Attorneys on Vacation Safety

Doug / 07-29-2013 / Newsletter

Florida is one of the largest family vacation destinations on the planet.  Between miles of coastline, dozens of theme parks, and hundreds of other travel destinations, the state of Florida is on the list of places that a family simply must visit.  As many begin to plan, pack, and head out onto the American roadways […]

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Keeping Your Family Safe Over the Holiday Weekend

Doug / 06-28-2013 / Newsletter

It was a balmy late spring evening in May of 2012 when a group of families gathered for a barbeque and a swim in the backyard.  The pork shoulder had been smoking all day on the grill, and one of the attendees decided it was time to throw on the crab rolls he and his […]

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Recent Drug and Medical Product Recalls

Doug / 06-04-2013 / Newsletter

In the recent past we have discussed at length what goes into a product recall, and why they are issued.  The fact that serious harm can come to a consumer who purchases or makes use of a hazardous product is a major reason behind most recalls.  Faulty or incorrectly manufactured drugs and medical related products […]

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Keeping Your Kids Safe at Florida Theme Parks

Doug / 04-23-2013 / Newsletter

Tips from our Orlando Injury Lawyers From the Magic Kingdom to Sea World to dozens of others, Orlando has near-infinite options for family summertime fun. As the summer is quickly approaching, it is important to learn how to keep you and your family safe at Orlando’s many theme parks. Water and Heat We call it […]

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Our Orlando Injury Lawyers Talk About Football-Related Brain Injuries

Doug / 02-25-2013 / Newsletter

More than 4,000 former pro football players are currently suing the NFL over football-related brain injuries. While falls and motor vehicle accidents continue to be the two leading causes of traumatic brain injury (TBI) in the United States, more and more research suggests that playing football significantly increases one’s risk for both chronic brain injury […]

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Our Orlando Injury Attorneys Discuss Keeping Your Child Safe Inside Your Vehicle

Doug / 01-25-2013 / Newsletter

Despite the implementation of car seat laws in all 50 states and Washington DC, as well as improvements in overall vehicle safety, the leading cause of death for children ages one to 12 in the United States continues to be motor vehicle accidents. In 2010 alone, auto accidents claimed the lives of 1,428 children ages […]

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Coping with a Spinal Cord Injury: Tips from Our Orlando Injury Lawyers

Doug / 12-26-2012 / Newsletter

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 200,000 people in the United States currently live with a spinal cord injury, and about 12,000 to 20,000 people sustain new spinal cord injuries each year. These injuries occur when there is damage to any part of the spinal cord, which can result in […]

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