02 May

Is COVID-19 Considered a Compensable Workplace Accident in Florida?


The COVID-19 pandemic offers a unique challenge when it comes to workers’ compensation in Florida. With countless concerns and consequences from this virus, employers are scrambling to adjust to the ever-changing regulations and expectations, especially if an employee contracts the virus while on the job.

02 Mar

Florida Motorcycle Accident Claims & Road Safety


When it comes to motorcycle accidents, Florida continues to lead the country in the number of fatal accidents every year. The state has the second-highest number of registered motorcyclists in all of the United States. On average, nearly 5,000 motorcyclists are killed each year in accidents. Statistically, these fatalities often occur during the day, with clear conditions, and not at intersections.

22 Feb

Making a Pedestrian Running Accidents Claim


Every year, the number of pedestrians killed by cars increases. Data shows that each year, almost 129,000 pedestrians require emergency health care due to being hit by a vehicle. This statistic translates to an average of one pedestrian accident every four minutes. The number of pedestrian deaths is more than 6,000 per year.

02 Jan

How to Stay Safe as a Pedestrian


While we use many different types of vehicles for transportation, most people use their feet at some point. As pedestrians, people are vulnerable to collisions with vehicles. And in 2018, the numbers report a 3% increase in pedestrian deaths, totaling over 6,000 deaths. Meanwhile, data shows that in 2017, a pedestrian was killed every 88 minutes in traffic crashes.

These pedestrian fatalities remind us why it’s important to practice certain safety tips to increase protection when navigating around the community sidewalks and streets.

01 Dec

Warehouse Safety Tips


Warehouse work can be one of the most dangerous occupations, requiring a high level of safety protocol to ensure the wellbeing of workers. The U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics compiled data that revealed that the warehouse industry has the highest rate of occupational incidents in the country. While the United States has some of the highest standards for worker health, warehouse safety can still be improved.

01 Nov

How to Avoid Dog Bites


Each year, more than 4.5 million people are bitten by a dog, and more than 800,000 require medical treatment for dog bites in the United States alone according to the US Centers for Disease Control. Children are most likely to be bitten, and they are most vulnerable to severe injuries. Dog bites can cause injuries and infections as well.


No matter what size or type, any dog can bite. Every dog has its own history and behavior. Therefore, it’s important that humans know how to best interact with dogs to avoid any dog bites.

30 Aug

8 Forklift Safety Tips


Forklifts can be an extremely useful tool and make the task of moving heavy loads much more efficient. Though useful, forklifts are still heavy machinery and practicing safety when handling them is crucial to the wellbeing of workers and others. Forklifts can cause injuries for drivers and pedestrians. To help protect workers from workplace injuries caused by forklifts, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has outlined forklift safety measures that businesses and workers can take.

25 Jun

6 Tips for Bicycle Safety


Bicycle safety remains crucial for all bikers, especially those who use bicycles for any type of commute. While bike lanes are becoming more prevalent, most roads do not have designated space for bikers. This means that bicycles share the road with cars, and this can be very dangerous.

To prevent accidents, cyclists need to know how to protect themselves while riding. In many ways, bicycle riders deal with the short side of the stick because neither pedestrians nor cars really respect cyclists.