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Help! I’ve Been Injured On The Job, What Do I Do Next?

Help! I’ve Been Injured On The Job, What Do I Do Next?No matter what industry you work in, workplace injuries can happen. Whether you sit behind a desk all day or are doing large-scale construction. When you’ve been injured as a result of the normal duties of your job, you are protected by workers compensation. However, in order to make sure that you get the compensation you need to get the medical attention and heal from your injuries, there are some steps you need to take following the accident. Here are the steps to take to help you protect your rights:

• Seek Emergency Medical Attention: If the accident has caused severe or catastrophic injury, you need to immediately call 911 for emergency medical care. No matter the circumstances behind your accident, if you need immediate medical attention, get it. Your health is the most important thing.

• Report The Injury To Your Employer: As soon as the accident occurs, you need to report it to your employer. Even if you seek emergency medical care, you need to tell them as soon as possible. Tell your director, supervisor, HR professional, or whoever you report to directly... full post

Florida Ranks Second For The Least Affordable States For Auto Insurance

Florida Ranks Second For The Least Affordable States For Auto InsuranceA new study published by the Insurance Research Council (IRC) found that Florida has the least affordable auto insurance next to Louisiana. The study assessed all 50 states in the US and used an affordability index to determine the rankings. The index was based on a comparison of the average cost of auto insurance and median household income. These costs are the result of a variety of factors and the impact is statewide.

Why Is Florida Auto Insurance So Expensive?

The IRC found there are a number of factors of why auto insurance is so expensive in Florida compared to other states including :

● The Number Of Accident Injuries: Florida is consistently ranked by the National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration (NTHSA) as having the most crashes across the country. Florida has the highest motorcycle accident rates, the second highest number of fatal accidents, and the third highest number of DUI accidents. More accidents, means more claims are being made for damages, injuries, and wrongful deaths. Those costs are then passed onto the consumers.

● Personal Injury Protection (PIP):... full post

Five Bad Driving Habits To Break This New Year

Five Bad Driving Habits To Break This New YearWith a New Year, comes the opportunity to make some positive changes to our habits. After helping South Florida auto accident injury victims for over 30 years now, we have seen how a small bad driving habit can have a devastating impact. It takes only one bad decision to lead to consequences that can last a lifetime. So this New Year, why not make some resolutions to break those bad driving habits we all do? Here are five bad driving habits to consider ditching:

• Distracted Driving: Whether you are sending a text on your phone, eating a lunch to go, or trying to get your children to stop fighting, distracted driving is very dangerous. In fact, distracted driving is the number one cause of accidents in Florida. So this year, rather than multi-task, stay safe and pull over.

• Speeding: Between getting to work on time, grabbing your kids after school, and running your daily errands, it sometimes feels like there is not enough time in the day to get everything done. Sometimes this rush can lead us to speed. Speeding is not only... full post

Can A Boat Owner Be Liable For My Injuries After An Accident?

Can A Boat Owner Be Liable For My Injuries After An Accident?One of the best things about living in Florida is the access to the beach. Many of us Floridians love to set sail and get out on the water for fishing, watersports, or just to relax. As fun as boating can be, there are risks of injury. Most of them are a result of being out on the open water. However, sometimes when an injury occurs, it is actually the fault of another person. In these cases, the boat owner may be liable for your injuries.

Understanding Negligence In Boating Accidents

Negligence is a legal term used for when you are hurt as the result of intentional or unintentional actions of another person. When someone is negligent it means that they didn’t act within reasonable care to prevent injuries. Being hurt on a boat doesn’t necessarily mean that anyone caused your injuries through negligence. However, there are times when someone could be negligent for your boating injuries.

The Four Most Common Boating Accidents

To understand how negligence works in these cases, we have to understand the most common types of boating accidents. These accidents typically... full post

The Most Common Workplace Injuries In Southwest Florida

The Most Common Workplace Injuries In Southwest FloridaSouthwest Florida workers find themselves injured on the job each year, whether they work in an office or they drive all around the country. Getting injured at work is never something looked forward to by anyone, and this rings true whether the injury suffered is minor, moderate, or severe. Getting fair compensation through worker’s comp claims can sometimes be an uphill battle, but one that can be won with the help of your worker’s compensation attorney.

What is considered common in Florida workplace injuries will vary by industry. A person working in an office may not need to worry about being injured by faulty machinery, while a person working construction may not consider developing carpal tunnel injuries a big concern. However, the 5 most common workplace injuries across all common industries in southwest Florida are:

• Repetitive stress injuries – When a job requires a person to repeat the same movements over and over again throughout each day, repetitive stress injuries can occur. These can take several years to develop and may be several small injuries worsening over the years to create a... full post

What You Need To Do After A Dog Bite Accident

What You Need To Do After A Dog Bite AccidentDogs may have been man’s best friend for thousands of years, but that doesn’t mean that dogs are always predictable. When nervous, scared, angry, or agitated, dogs are animals and behave like them, leading to dangerous and sometimes devastating dog bites. In southwest Florida, dog bite accidents occur to individuals of all ages, and they can happen quickly. When a dog bite accident occurs, it pays to know just what to do next to ensure you’re able to receive compensation for your injuries.

The Steps Of A Dog Bite Accident

There are several steps one should take after being involved in a dog bite accident. These steps are:

• Seek medical attention – Even if a dog bite seems minor, seeking medical attention should always be your first step. A dog bite may not bleed or require stitches, but any small break in the skin may lead to a dangerous infection. If the dog is a stray or not up to date on their vaccinations, a medical team may decide to administer rabies vaccinations to ensure this deadly virus is not... full post

Symptoms To Look Out For When You May Have Suffered A TBI

Symptoms To Look Out For When You May Have Suffered A TBITraumatic brain injuries, or TBIs, aren’t always obvious at first. Even if they are, not all symptoms come on quickly and may develop in the weeks to months after your accident has occurred. Traumatic brain injuries are one common type of injury suffered in both car accidents and slip and falls, and may even be experienced during a boating accident or accident at work as well.

Mild, Moderate, and Severe

Traumatic brain injuries are typically put into one of three categories – mild, moderate, and severe. A mild traumatic brain injury doesn’t require one to bump or hit their head at all and is often caused by the brain being jostled and bumped by the skull after experiencing an extreme force. Moderate and severe traumatic brain injuries typically involve a loss of consciousness and depending on the part of the brain affected, what may seem like a “run of the mill” concussion during a child’s sports match could result in a severe brain injury.

The severity of a traumatic brain injury cannot be accurately assessed until seeking the assistance... full post

Steps To Follow For A Successful Slip And Fall Case

Steps To Follow For A Successful Slip And Fall CaseThe steps taken immediately after suffering a slip and fall case will serve as the building blocks of your case. For this reason, it’s important to know what to do if you plan to seek compensation for the injuries you’ve suffered. Slip and fall cases can lead to painful, difficult, and sometimes life-altering injuries, and when caused by a property owner’s negligence, could lead to a settlement for the injured party. The steps to follow for a successful slip and fall case are:

• Seek medical assistance – Your number one priority should be your health, or the health of a loved one, after suffering a slip and fall. Even if one doesn’t believe they’re injured, soft tissue injuries, in particular, can be invisible immediately following a slip and fall accident. Without seeking immediate medical attention, any injuries suffered may not be considered when seeking compensation later on.

• Report your accident – As soon as possible, your slip and fall accident should be reported to the property or landowner responsible for the property your accident was on. The details... full post