Monthly Archives: February 2017

Concussions   A concussion is the most frequent and least severe traumatic brain injury (TBI).  A concussion occurs when the brain is violently shaken against the skull.   According to WebMD, concussions are most commonly caused by a “direct blow or bump to the head.”  The CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) states that from 2001 […]

ATV Accidents In Florida we are fortunate enough to be able to enjoy our outdoors year-round. Many Floridians choose to spend their free time riding All-Terrain Vehicles (ATV) for pleasure. According to the Consumer Protection Safety Commission (CPSC), Florida had the 6th highest number of fatalities involving ATVs. We would like to help educate you […]

Dangerous Roads and Pedestrian Safety Pedestrian safety concerns have been a common topic in the news lately,  since the release of the new report  Dangerous by Design 2016 from Smart Growth America.  The Dangerous by Designs report looked at the largest metro areas and cities across the country and ranked them based on their PDI, […]

Boating Under the Influence (BUI) Florida’s subtropical climate in the north and tropical climate in the south make it home to many boat enthusiasts. With ideal boating weather and water located on 3 sides and throughout the state, boaters can enjoy the luxury of year round boating. Boating is oftentimes enjoyed with alcoholic beverages on […]

Uber Accidents Throughout the year many Americans depend on ride sharing or ride hailing companies to provide them a safe ride home. Since hailing a taxi cab has become a thing of the past, most people turn to their cellular devices and tap on apps like Uber and Lyft. Uber and Lyft are ride sharing […]

American Heart Month Each year thousands of people die of heart disease in the United States. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. The month of February is American Heart Month. During this month organizations such as […]