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Earlier this month, Dominque Thomas, who suffered a complex ankle fracture that required surgery, reached confi­dential settlements with Big Air inflatable amusement center and Ninja Jump, the manufacture of the Ninjasaur inflatable double slide. The settlements were the result of a lawsuit filed after Dominque’s left foot was caught in an uncovered opening at the […]

Physical abuse, neglect, unsanitary living conditions, improper hygiene, poor nutrition, substandard medical care, lack of security and improper hiring and staff super­vision. These are just a few of the complaints some children at the National Deaf Academy (NDA), doing business as NDA Behavioral Health System and NDA Behavioral Health, a residential psychiatric treatment facility for […]

In our Distracted Driving presen­tations, we talk about the risks of distracted driving and other serious conse­quences such as: civil liability for personal injury or wrongful death, criminal charges, property damage, loss of a license, insurance rate hikes and produc­tivity loss. The judge in this case held Mr. O’Guin responsible for injuring Ms. Carter. With […]

A federal jury awarded a 71 year-old semi-retired produce worker $450,000 for injuries and damages stemming from a wreck on I-95 in September 2010 that left the Vietnam veteran and father of four unable to work, with a torn right rotator cuff and neck injury. Attorney Albert Lechner tried the case in US District Court […]

Many teens use phones when they drive, but millions more adults are behind the wheel on America’s roadways, and a recent Harris poll found that high numbers of adults text and phone and drive despite knowing the danger. Dangers are known More than 90 percent of adults surveyed said they believed sending and reading texts while […]

670. That’s the number of kids who’ve died in the past 20 years after being left in hot cars, according to KidsandCars.org. Every summer we hear about the senseless tragedies. 17 kids have already died this year after being left in hot cars. And this week, local media reports a father is facing child neglect […]

An amendment to the 2002 Move Over Act will now help protect sanitation and utility workers. On July 1, 2014 the amendment to the Move Over Act went into effect. The Move Over law requires motorists to change lanes on a multilane road or slow down to 20 mph less than the posted speed limit; […]

This past March, researchers reported in the New England Journal of Medicine the results of a multistate survey of health care associated infections. The results of the research indicate that in 2011, the most recent year of data, approx­i­mately 648,000 patients became infected directly as a result of their health care. Of those, an estimated […]

This is about saving lives, a life lost because a child doesn’t know how to swim is a family and community tragedy.” Wayne Hogan said this when Waterproof Jacksonville was announced by Mayor Alvin Brown in May. Hogan saw Waterproof Jacksonville in action when he visited kids at Woodland Acres Elementary School who are learning […]

Number one cause of long term disability Stroke is the number one cause of long-term disability and the fourth leading cause of adult deaths in the United States, according the National Stroke Association. A stroke happens when brain cells do not get the blood they need. With strokes, time is brain and time lost is […]

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