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On March 25, 2007, U.S. Navy Sargent Larron White fractured his leg in a motorcycle accident on a public highway in Georgia while he was off-duty. Although he was initially taken by paramedics to a civilian hospital, he was trans­ferred to the Army hospital in Ft. Stewart, Georgia because he was in the U.S. military. […]

April is National End Distracted Driving Month. Results from a recent research study have been released illumi­nating drivers’ charac­ter­istics and their likelihood of using a cell phone while driving. First, is the age of the driver. People 25 and under are four times more likely to use a cell phone while driving than older drivers. There […]

Backed by safety advocates from around Jacksonville, Mayor Alvin Brown and Terrell Hogan President Wayne Hogan, a distracted driving prevention advocate, announced new actions on Friday to curb distracted driving in Jacksonville. “I commend Mayor Brown and the City of Jacksonville for adopting and imple­menting a new distracted driving policy to help keep city employees […]

Attorney and medical doctor Fadi M. Chakour is the newest member of the Terrell Hogan medical malpractice team.  As a practicing physician, Chakour treated many patients injured as a result of the negligence of others and observed the resulting harm to their loved ones. Combining his medical experience and legal abilities enables Chakour to be […]

Consumers have until April 27, 2015 to comment on a new rule for generic drug label changes proposed by the United States Food and Drug Admin­is­tration (FDA). The proposed rule would address the arbitrary inequality created four years ago by the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Pliva v. Mensing, a case in which the court […]

April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month and the latest numbers from the National Highway Trans­portation Admin­is­tration are in: in 2013, 3,154 people died and 424,000 were injured in car crashes nationwide involving distracted driving. This represents a 6.7% decrease in the fatalities from 2012. That’s good news, and a lot of people and organi­zations have […]

The latest in-dash technology makes it easy for drivers to make hands-free calls, dictate text messages, access the internet and many other functions. While some say that’s conve­nience, the National Safety Council (NSC) is very concerned. David Teater, senior director at NSC said “The auto industry and the consumer electronics industry are really in an […]

By: Christopher G. Burns There are certain types of bicycle crashes in Florida in which police officers misun­derstand or ignore the laws which apply. In some situations, police officers may be uninformed or unaware of a key law designed to promote safety in bicycling. In other instances, police have blamed their lack of enforcement by saying […]

By Christopher G. Burns People who ride bicycles are put in jeopardy when trying to ride across open metal grating bridges, sewer grates and storm drains. Metal grating bridges may have gaps between grating sections which can swallow bike tires. The grating itself can be slippery. This photo shows one partic­ularly dangerous gap – large enough […]

Most cyclists admit that they have been frequently fearful while riding their bicycles. In the 2012 National Survey of Bicyclist and Pedestrian Attitude and Behavior compiled by the National Highway Trans­portation Safety Admin­is­tration, it was reported that about 1 out of 8 cyclists felt their personal safety was threatened – on their very last bike ride. […]

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