As you undoubtedly know, a personal injury can disrupt your life at any moment. Motor vehicle accidents, in particular, cause a great amount of harm to the human body from broken bones to brain damage to catastrophic spinal cord injuries.
What was supposed to be a pleasant trip to a nail salon for a Florida woman turned into a nightmare of epic proportions. During her pedicure, she was cut by a mishandled pair of scissors.
When a child strikes their head in a car crash, playing sports, in a fall or other accident, parents may be concerned about them undergoing a CT scan because of the exposure to ionizing radiation. However, doctors often order CT scans in emergency rooms to help diagnose traumatic brain injuries (TBI).
When a severe personal injury leaves you struggling with pain, recovery efforts and mounting debt, you need real information, not legal rhetoric. You have probably already unearthed a vast amount of data -- some of it useful, much of it not -- in your quest to find a solution. Now you are likely ready for simple words packed with actual information.
One of the most traumatic injuries a person can suffer is that of a crush injury. Crush injuries can occur in just about any situation. Crush injuries are caused by motor vehicle accidents, construction accidents, slip and falls, work accidents and more. So long as a part of your body is overcome with pressure or force, a crush injury has occurred. Let's explore the damages to the body caused by a crush injury in today's post.
It only took a Florida jury 90 minutes to return with a $30.84 million verdict against the bar that over-served one of its employees. That employee, a 20-year-old security guard, struck an 18-year-old cheerleader who was crossing the street with his car.
You might assume that most traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) in children result from athletic activities like football and soccer or maybe from car accidents. However, many of them occur around the house and are caused by faulty furniture or other dangers in the home that may not be readily apparent.
Mobility scooters are great for those who need help getting around their home, stores, restaurants and other areas. But, if not used properly, a ride on a mobility scooter can turn tragic. Many people use mobility scooters on the roads of Orlando, Florida, which is not a safe or smart thing to do. Today, we will explore the dangers of riding your mobility scooter in the street.
The human brain needs adequate oxygen to function and survive. When oxygen levels in the brain fall below normal, it's called hypoxia -- and it can lead to permanent, life-altering injuries.
Early this year, the League of American Bicyclists released a report that looked at bicycling deaths for several decades. According to data from the United States Department of Transportation, 2016 saw more fatalities than any other year since 1991.