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What to do immediately after a car crash

In the event you become involved in a Florida car wreck, the decisions you make immediately afterward can impact you, either positively or negatively, for many months to come. One of your most important decisions should be to stay where you are until law enforcement officers arrive and give you permission to leave. If you leave too early without talking with them, you could face charges of leaving the scene of an accident or even hit-and-run, both of which are crimes in Florida.

Personal injury suit can follow against deceased driver's estate

The slightest distraction or lapse of attention while driving on the busy Florida highways can lead to tragic accidents in the blink of an eye. This was underscored by a recent three-vehicle crash that claimed one life and caused personal injury to two others. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, the accident occurred in Pasco County on a recent Wednesday afternoon.

Can your car’s avoidance system prevent head-on collisions?

If you are thinking about purchasing a new car in Florida, you may wish to consider buying one with a collision avoidance system. Per the results of a study conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, such systems can reduce your risk of head-on, single-vehicle and sideswipe accidents by 11 percent

Workers' compensation claim might follow throat laceration

Based on the safety regulations prescribed by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, employees in Florida should be able to rely on their employers to provide work environments that are free of known hazards. Although accidents can certainly happen despite safety precautions, it is unacceptable for employers to put their employees' lives on the line willfully. Fortunately, the state's workers' compensation insurance program is there to protect injured workers and provide financial assistance to families who lose loved ones in work-related accidents.

Unqualified cosmetic surgeon might face wrongful death lawsuit

Before making the decision to go ahead with cosmetic surgery, it makes sense to do some research regarding the surgeon being considered for the procedure. An emergency order was recently issued to stop a Florida doctor from performing specific procedures. Reportedly, his resume indicates that his cosmetic surgery qualifications were earned by attending weekend courses. The order followed the death of a patient, which led to the medical malpractice accusations. The surviving family members of the deceased patient might also choose to take action by filing a wrongful death lawsuit in civil court.

Wrongful death claims that arise from boating accidents

For many people in Florida, summertime and water sports go hand in hand. However, safety authorities say boating is not always taken seriously, and rules are often disregarded. Every year, fatal water sports accidents lead to wrongful death lawsuits.

Workers' compensation: Worker critical after demolition accident

Demolitions of multi-story buildings are dangerous procedures that often leave construction workers injured. Although their workers' compensation insurance benefits typically cover medical expenses, these victims are sometimes left with long-term health problems or disabilities. An unplanned collapse of a building being demolished in Florida recently caused critical injuries to a construction worker.

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