There were several major collisions that took place on Feb. 9 in and around Miami. These collisions were likely preventable or could have been mitigated in many cases, potentially protecting those who were hurt or killed. Sadly, several people were killed and others were hurt in these crashes.
Not all car accidents happen because of major mistakes, like running a red light or driving while intoxicated. At highway speeds, the margin for error is just very small. Even a seemingly small mistake can put people in the hospital.
Have you ever seen a news story about a dog bite and read quotes of disbelief from the dog's owners? They probably insisted that the dog was always nice and kind around the house. They probably said that it came out of nowhere. They probably seemed just as confused as the person who got hurt.
You face some serious risks as a pedestrian in the United States. Every year, thousands of people lose their lives, and it's not getting any better. It's time to take a long hard look at this problem to determine what can be done.
You come home from work one night in the winter, and it's already dark at your apartment. On your way up the stairs, you trip and fall in the dark. You wind up catching your knee under yourself and tearing your ACL. It puts you in the hospital, where you need expensive surgery and then it takes months for you to heal. You can't work during that time.
You never want to use your smartphone while driving your car, but you can use it in the wake of an accident. With its built-in camera, it is an excellent way to document the scene.
One common issue after a serious brain injury is known as sensory flooding. It can make it all but impossible for the injured person to hold a job or go out in public.
If you are ever injured in a slip-and-fall accident, the moments immediately following are crucial to your care and your ability to file a claim against the property owner. Today, we will take a look at what you need to do following a slip-and-fall accident in Miami, Florida.
Have you ever felt so tired behind the wheel that you're about to fall asleep? Maybe you've even jerked your head up and your eyes open, suddenly terrified as you realized you nodded off for a split-second. It can be very frightening, and it shows you how problematic drowsy driving really is. What can you do to avoid it?
Even a previously kind and laid-back dog may become more aggressive when she has young puppies. This is often called maternal aggression. It happens right after the puppies are born.