A personal injury can change your life from the moment it occurs. The trauma of the injury, combined with everything you have to go through to get medical help and care, can devastate you.
Even if you're a courteous driver, there's always a chance you could run into someone who is overly aggressive on the road. If this happens, you have one goal in mind: to remove yourself from the situation as quickly and as safely as possible
You never know when you'll drive your vehicle into a traffic jam. Even if you try to avoid this, there are times when you have no choice.
Driving on the highway is a way of life for many people, as it's often the fastest and most efficient way to get from point A to point B.
If you don't understand the risks of drowsy driving, there's a better chance that you'll fall asleep at the wheel. Not only does this put you at risk of an accident and subsequent injuries, but it does the same to other people on the road.
When it comes to distracted driving, most people think about one thing and one thing only: cellphone use. They know it's a bad idea to text and drive, so they put their phone away in an attempt to pay more attention to the road.
If you are part of a car crash, you may immediately feel like your life has been turned upside down. This is particularly true if you're dealing with injuries and/or major damage to your vehicle.
A 50-year-old Kissimmee man lost his life while riding his motorcycle in Osceola County during the afternoon on Wednesday, September 19. The two vehicle crash occurred just after 4:10 p.m. nearby the intersection of Broad Street and Old Tampa Highway.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has withdrawn a fine and citation it had levied against Walt Disney World after an employee was injured in June at its Yacht and Beach Club Resort in Orlando.
Even though moderate and severe traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are the most concerning, a mild traumatic brain injury can be accompanied by a variety of symptoms and side effects that impact your ability to live a normal life.