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One Dead After High-Speed Drunk Driving Crash

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Charges are pending against a man who killed one person and injured several others in an alcohol-related wreck in Tampa. The wreck happened on northbound Interstate 75 near the Fletcher Avenue exit. Florida Highway Patrol investigators say a 31-year-old man overtook a Chevrolet Cruz, causing that vehicle to spin out of control and smacked… Read More »

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Common Swimming Pool Injuries In Florida

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The Sunshine State is ground zero for fatal swimming pool drownings. More of these incidents occur in Florida than any other state. Nonfatal drownings are a serious problem as well. The swimming pool accident serious injury rate is five times higher than the serious injury rate for dog bites, falls, car crashes, and other… Read More »

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What You Should Know About Nursing Home Falls

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Falls, which usually cause serious physical and emotional injuries, are rampant at many nursing homes. Over half of long-term care residents fall every year. The rate is so high because the risk is so high. Most nursing home residents have pre-existing conditions that affect fall risk. Gait disorders are a good example. Many older… Read More »

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How Long Does the Personal Injury Claims Process Take in Florida?

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The length of time it takes from filing a personal injury claim to settling it depends on the circumstances surrounding your case. In some cases, the injured party may receive a settlement within four to six weeks of filing the claim. In other cases, it can take as long as a year or longer… Read More »

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COVID-19 and Personal Injury: Should You Stop or Postpone Your Medical Treatment?

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With Florida’s stay-at-home order in effect, many Floridians are afraid to go outside. Even though the order allows residents to leave their house for essential activities – and seeking medical treatment is considered an essential activity – many are reluctant to go to a hospital out of fear of contracting coronavirus. So, what should… Read More »

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