Misdiagnosis is a major problem in Florida and other states across the country according to two new insurance industry studies. The studies find that misdiagnosis cases are the top source of all medical malpractice claims.
Most Florida drivers understand how serious driving while distracted can be. Simply turning their gaze away from the road or placing their attention elsewhere, be it on a text message, a passenger in the car or a telephone call, could lead to a major accident.
Losing a loved one unexpectedly can devastate your Florida family. Whether your loved one died in a car accident or as the result of a medical malpractice incident, it can leave you dealing with emotional duress and financial loss. You may be wondering how you will ever pick up the pieces and move forward from this point.
Losing one hour of sleep for daylight saving time can cause many drivers in Florida to become drowsy at the wheel. This means more car crash risks as drowsiness is known to impair judgment and slow down one's reaction time. The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety had a survey where three in 10 drivers admitted to driving in a severely fatigued state at least once in the prior month.
When Florida motorists get behind the wheel, they may have good reason to be concerned about the dangers posed by drunk drivers. Driving under the influence is linked to thousands of car crashes each year and a high number of fatalities. Therefore, people can benefit from tricks and strategies that can help them drive defensively and avoid an incident in case they encounter a drunk driver.