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May16

Junior Mints are NOT the only thing left in patients after surgery

Categories // Personal Injury, 2013

Junior Mints are NOT the only thing left in patients after surgery

In 1993, the Jerry Seinfeld TV show aired an episode in which a patient had a Junior Mint sewed up inside of him by inadvertent mistake. That TV parody is one of many historic episodes that propelled the show into tv lore. Today with the advances in modern medicine, how often does something get sewn [...]

May03

Pedestrians Crossing Roadway, Should Be Safe But Is Often Dangerous

Categories // Personal Injury, 2013

Pedestrians Crossing Roadway, Should Be Safe But Is Often Dangerous

This last Sunday, February 3, 2013, an eight year old child was struck and killed as she attempted to cross Busch Boulevard in Tampa, Fl. The Honda Pilot that struck the child was unable to see the small child crossing the road according to Tampa Bay Online. The child died Sunday night after surgery. [...]

Apr30

X Games Star Injuries Similar to Injury from Auto Acidents

Categories // Personal Injury, 2013

X Games Star Injuries Similar to Injury from Auto Acidents

X Games Star Injury similar to Brain Injury from Automobile Accidents At the recent 2013 ESPN X Games star, Caleb Moore was severely injured and died on January 31, 2012 as a result of injuries he suffered in a crash in the freestyle snowmobile event at the X games one week ago. One of Caleb’s [...]

Apr06

More Bad News for BP

Categories // Personal Injury, 2013

A brand new study found the dispersant used to break up the 200 million gallons of crude oil from the BP oil in the Gulf of Mexico is deadlier to some coral species than the oil itself. A new Laboratory study by Mote Marine, located at 1600 Ken Thompson Parkway Sarasota, FL 34236, examined how coral larvae reacted to the mixture of oil and Corexit, that is the chemical used to break up the oil.

Mar31

New Year, Same Story. Redlights, Distracted Driving, and more

Categories // Personal Injury, 2013

The Herald Tribune reported that an 80 year old Ellenton Man was killed Monday morning when his pickup truck was hit by a semi-truck at U.S. 41 at Haben Boulevard.  Police indicated that the semi-truck driver ran a red light and crashed into the pickup, causing this horrific auto accident.  The driver of the pickup [...]

Mar26

Whiplash at low speeds? Now Proven Science

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A recent article published by Technology Associates discusses the true possibility of injury in low speed rear-end automobile accidents. The scenario that many people injured in an automobile accident encounter involves a rear impact collision at a red light where a driver’s vehicle is struck unexpectedly. Often times, there may be little or no [...]

Mar07

Dangers of Texting and Driving

Categories // Personal Injury, 2013

On November 27, 2012, Manuel Belisario Bonet Jr. of Tampa, Florida lost his life due to a texting and driving accident near the Gandy Bridge in Saint Petersburg, Florida. His vehicle was moving at a high rate of speed when it veered left onto the grass median. The Driver over-corrected his steering wheel and [...]