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    • 15 Safety Tips for National Traffic Awareness Month

      Last year, Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles released their annual “Traffic Crash Facts” report for 2017. According to their data, there were 402,385 traffic collisions in 2017, a 1.67% ...

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    • Was Your Child Hit At Or Near a School Bus Stop?

      It is important for both pedestrians and drivers to be careful when approaching school bus stops, especially if they are clearly marked or the individual has previous knowledge of the bus stop ...

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    • How Defensive Driving Can Prevent a Car Accident

      Defensive Driving Tips While you may consider yourself a good driver, how often do you practice defensive driving? Whether you are a novice or experienced behind the wheel, driving defensively at all ...

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    • Speeding Florida Drivers Are an Unexpected Pandemic Risk

      Excessive Speed Is Just One Factor Increasing the Danger of Serious, Even Fatal, Car Accidents At the urging of our leaders, Florida life has become centered around the home as late. Many companies ...

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    • I Was Hit by a Student Driver. Now What?

      Most of us have a tendency to avoid student drivers on the road because we’re unsure of their skill level. But what happens if one of these student drivers does hit your vehicle? Who would be ...

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    • The Secondary Conditions Related to Paralysis

      The Effects of Paralysis Paralysis results from severe spinal cord damage affecting the nerves that control movement and sensation throughout the body. Sustaining a spinal cord injury often poses ...

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    • Are OSHA Regulations Really Protecting Construction Workers?

      OSHA Requirements on Construction Sites The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has safety requirements that are in place to prevent hazards on construction sites. However, fatal ...

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    • Falls: The Number One Killer on Construction Sites

      Understanding Fall Hazards on Construction Sites Construction sites are one of the most hazardous places to work. They are so dangerous that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) ...

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    • How Common Are Crane Accidents?

      Understanding the Risks While Working With Cranes Since 2011, more than 40 crane-related deaths have occurred each year on job sites around the country. Regardless of safety measures being taken and ...

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    • Broward County Pit Bull Ban Placed on Backburner

      County Commissioner Withdraws Proposed Ban Broward County Commissioner Barbara Sharief agreed today to back down in her attempt to implement a ban on pit bulls in the local community. Pit bulls, a ...

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    • Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving

      That dreaded number, .08, has become known as the sole marker for DUI. But does DUI really only happen when your BAC reads .08 or more? Researchers have found that there is practically no difference ...

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    • Rosenberg & Rosenberg, P.A. Participates in Miami Rescue Mission’s Pack the Pantry Food Drive

      Our firm is committed to uplifting local Florida communities, especially those heavily impacted by the COVID-19 (or coronavirus) pandemic. That is why Rosenberg & Rosenberg, P.A. is participating in ...

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    • Rosenberg & Rosenberg, P.A. Holiday Cook-Off Challenge

      On December 11th, our firm held our 2019 Holiday Cook-Off Challenge! Our attorneys and staff were divided into four teams that each had to create a dish using the same ingredients: Pork loin, apples, ...

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    • Medical Malpractice Injuries: Vaccines

      The federal program known as the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) aims to compensate those injured by certain childhood vaccines. The program allows eligible individuals to bypass ...

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    • The Three Degrees of a Burn

      Understanding the Severity of Burn Injuries Most of us have sustained a burn injury at some point in our lifetime. Whether your experience was minor or severe, each burn is classified as first, ...

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    • Occupations With The Highest Risk of Burn Injuries

      Understanding Burn Risks On The Job When going to work, the last thing you'll probably think about is being at risk of a burn injury. For some occupations, it's something to be aware of at all times. ...

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    • Summer Swimming Safety Tips

      Staying Safe When Swimming From enjoying the beautiful Florida beaches to relaxing poolside, you’ll probably want to swim at least one time throughout the day. While swimming is a fun-filled ...

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    • Can I Sue if I Slipped & Fell in a Store?

      When you enter a store, you expect the space to be reasonably safe. As an owner of the property, the landlord is required to maintain a structurally safe building. Additionally, store owners are also ...

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    • The Secondary Conditions Related to Paralysis

      The Effects of Paralysis Paralysis results from severe spinal cord damage affecting the nerves that control movement and sensation throughout the body. Sustaining a spinal cord injury often poses ...

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    • The Four Types of Traumatic Brain Injuries

      Understanding Traumatic Brain Injuries Whether mild or severe, any brain injury is a cause for concern and should be addressed as soon as possible. While some brain injuries are lower-risk, such as a ...

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    • What’s the Difference Between a Concussion and a TBI?

      Traumatic Brain Injury Facts The Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) defines a traumatic brain injury as a disruption in the brain's normal function that can be caused by a bump, blow, or ...

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    • 15 Safety Tips for National Traffic Awareness Month

      Last year, Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles released their annual “Traffic Crash Facts” report for 2017. According to their data, there were 402,385 traffic collisions in 2017, a 1.67% ...

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    • Rosenberg & Rosenberg, P.A. Secures $550K Settlement for Motorcyclist Struck by Truck Driver

      Rosenberg & Rosenberg, P.A. and our attorneys in Fort Lauderdale have successfully concluded a motorcycle accident claim managed for our client who was struck by a negligent cement truck driver. While ...

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    • Dangerous Blind Spots of a Truck

      Trucks are incredibly intimidating on the road due to their size, weight, and abundance of blind spots. If you happen to be driving near or around a truck, the driver may not even realize you are ...

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    • The Most Dangerous Jobs in the Country

      Working in a Dangerous Industry While every job has its risks of danger, some of the most dangerous jobs in the country may surprise you. These three occupations often have many hazards that come with ...

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    • How Does Workers’ Compensation Work?

      Understanding Florida’s Workers’ Comp Laws The state of Florida requires most employers to carry workers’ compensation insurance. So, when an employee gets injured at work, he or she is entitled to ...

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    • What Injuries Are Covered Under Workers’ Compensation?

      Receiving Compensation for Covered Work Injuries When you think of the term “work injury” you probably relate it to some kind of physical accident like falling off of a ladder or being injured by ...

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    • Drowning Accidents & Legal Wrongful Death Claims

      If you have lost a loved one to a drowning accident, it may be possible for you to recover compensation in a wrongful death suit. If another person was legally liable for the accident, it could be ...

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