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The Dangers Of Getting Distracted While Driving

The Dangers Of Getting Distracted While DrivingTime and time again, people have been told not to do various things that take their attention away from the road. Yet, many drivers still partake in activities that do just that. The actions have been taking place for years, so it is not like this is a new dilemma. For instance, in the past, it was not uncommon to see drivers reading newspapers while stuck in traffic. Of course, there was the problem of eating and operating a vehicle too, which is still an issue today.

With so many drive-thru restaurants along routes, it is easy for folks to swing in and snag a quick bite to eat. After all, time is money, and there never seems to be enough of either in the modern world. Still, this act should be avoided whenever possible as it can be very dangerous. It is tough to keep the car under control with a drink in one hand, a burger in the other, and a knee controlling the steering wheel. In other words, distracted driving takes place in many forms. Curious individuals should read further to learn more.

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Florida Residents, Look No Further For A Reputable Motorcycle Accident Attorney

Florida Residents, Look No Further For A Reputable Motorcycle Accident AttorneyA lot of people enjoy riding motorcycles, especially here in Florida. The weather is usually great for the journey, and it gives them a chance to hit the open road while letting the wind whip through their hair. Plus, The Sunshine State has plenty of events scheduled where motorcycle enthusiasts can come together for good causes and enjoy the company of other cyclists. For example, on March 23, 2019, a Memorial Ride for the Fallen is scheduled to take place in Orange Park.

It is a police-escorted ride benefiting the Clay County Unit's trip to Washington D.C. They will be headed to the capital for Police Memorial Week May 13th through the 15th. Once there, Deputy Ben Zirbel’s name will be unveiled on The National Memorial Wall. The event is happening at Adamec Harley-Davidson starting at 8:30 am on the 23rd of March. This is only one activity, but there are loads of others to attend as well.

Riding A Motorcycle Can Prove To Be Dangerous

Motorcycles don't have all of the protective equipment that traditional cars, trucks, and SUVs have. For instance,... full post

Dog Bites Can Happen Anytime And Anywhere

Dog Bites Can Happen Anytime And AnywhereWhen people think about dog bites, they likely don't picture images of large animals doing a substantial amount of damage. Rather, many folks imagine a little ankle-biter nipping at the heels of a friend or family member. However, dog bites should be taken seriously as the situations can cause severe injuries and even lead to loss of life. The incidents often lead to damages such as...

• Punctures, Lacerations, Abrasions
• Muscle And Ligament Tears
• Eye, Nose, And Other Facial Injuries
• Fractured Or Broken Bones
• Post-Traumatic Stress Syndrome

A lot of people don't believe these events happen that regularly, but the truth is that they do. According to research from the Canine Journal, about 4.7-million dog bites happen in the United States each year. Not all of the episodes require medical attention, but the study states that around 800,000 people with bites need the care. It is possible for humans to contract certain diseases from the occurrences as well. Some of the more renowned ailments include...

• Rabies
• Tetanus
• Capnocytophaga Bacteria
• MRSA (Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus)
• Pasteurella

Several Things To Know About Dog Bites

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Could A Truck Accident Be In Your Future?

Could A Truck Accident Be In Your Future?Logistics is a thriving industry that is alive and kicking today. Many citizens decide to go into the business as it provides them with job security, lucrative pay, and a chance to see the country. Speaking of the money, the Bureau of Labor Statistics says that the median annual wage for truck drivers was $42,480 in May of 2017. Of course, the amount varies from place to place and depends on the types of loads that individuals carry.

Meanwhile, as for job security, there were 1,871,700 tractor-trailer driver jobs at the end of 2016. However, the BLS study reveals that the industry is expected to grow by 6-percent between 2016 and 2026. Therefore, it is estimated that another 108,400 openings will become available. In other words, there are going to be more and more of the big-rigs on the roadways in the coming years as America relies on them for just about everything.

These drivers transport goods, lumber, gasoline, oil, and numerous other products. They make sure cars have fuel, humans and animals have food, and even help patients receive medications. So, nobody is knocking... full post

Automotive Recalls Like This One Can Lead To Accidents

Automotive Recalls Like This One Can Lead To AccidentsIf everything always went according to plan, people's lives would be great. Unfortunately, stuff does go wrong from time to time, and folks get hurt in the process. For example, just about everyone has heard at least a little bit about the Takata airbag or GM ignition switch recalls. These incidents led to both injuries and deaths. In fact, research from the NHTSA states that the Takata issue has resulted in 23 deaths and over 300 injuries worldwide to date.

Meanwhile, according to an article from Fortune, the ignition switch dilemma has been linked to 124 deaths and 275 injuries. So, it is of the utmost importance for consumers to hear about recalls promptly and take the appropriate action to get the problem fixed. After all, the last thing people want is to be involved in a car crash. Aside from drivers and passengers losing their lives, common damages from wrecks include...

• Traumatic Brain Injuries
• Broken Bones
• Lacerations
• Burns
• Injuries To The Neck And Spine

Florida Residents Need To Know About This Recall

Ford Motor Company is expected to begin recalling particular 2011-2013 F-150 models on March 4, 2019. The vehicles... full post

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A Nightmare Scenario Can Arise From Not Being Able To Stop Your Vehicle

A Nightmare Scenario Can Arise From Not Being Able To Stop Your VehicleThere are certain things that people expect to happen when they get behind the wheel of a car. For instance, when a person pushes on the gas pedal, the engine should rev up, and the vehicle should scoot on down the road if the transmission is in the drive position. Meanwhile, if the operator gently steps on the brake pedal, the car needs to slow down correctly. Of course, if traffic stops in front of them abruptly, the auto must stop on a dime by mashing the pedal.

Should the automobile fail to slow down or stop appropriately, the driver may rear-end another car, bypass a stop sign or red light and go into a busy intersection, or possibly even hit a pedestrian. Nobody wants to be involved in any of these scenarios or another one that leads to a crash. However, sometimes things happen, and wrecks do occur. In fact, research from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, Highway Loss Data Institute, states that there were 34,247 fatal crashes in the United States in 2017 alone.... full post

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Traumatic Brain Injuries: The Silent Accident Injury

Traumatic Brain Injuries: The Silent Accident InjuryTraumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) are one of the most serious and deadly injuries sustained after an accident. However, because of the nature TBI, many people don’t realize they have developed an issue until it is too late. In personal injury law, that makes TBI claims extremely complicated. It is critical that anytime you injure your head after an accident you seek medical attention immediately.

Why TBI Symptoms May Not Appear Right Away

The brain is our most complex organ and even with the advances in medical science, we still don’t know everything about how it works. The brain controls everything in the body, so the symptoms and effects can impact areas all over the body. The damage can impact movement and mobility, the senses, as well as the ability to rationalize and memorize. When a TBI happens, the symptoms aren’t always apparent. That is because the damage may be progressive and take years to really impact the life of the victim. Even with a thorough diagnosis of TBI, because the brain is so complex, it is hard to see the full extent of the... full post

Can RMS Get Workers Comp?

Can RMS Get Workers Comp?We’re lucky enough as Americans to live in one of the most advanced nations in the world, and as a result, when things happen that are unfair, or unjust, the law is there to provide some measure of protection. This is even the case when it comes to things that aren’t criminal, like injuries sustained at the workplace.

Workers compensation, or workers comp, as it is more commonly known, is a legal and financial contingency set in place to protect workers who have become injured while on the job. In most cases, this type of workplace-related injury is pretty straightforward, and there’s not much debate about what happened. For example, if someone working with an arc welder warns the management that a welder is defective but is ordered to use it anyway, and the welder explodes, causing an accident and injury, this is not the fault of the worker. If the worker needs hospital treatment, and maybe even suffers a permanent injury as a result of this incident, he or she should not—and will not—be expected to bear the brunt of the financial burden for hospital treatment and recovery.

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