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November 2019 Archives

Technology can help alleviate distracted driving

Technological advancements have improved life for people globally, but in many cases, there has been a lag time, disconnect or outright contradiction between what the technologies can effectively do and what is a higher and better end use. For instance, many Florida drivers find the increased capabilities of 'smart" cars enticing but also distracting from the task of driving. However, recent applications are focusing on making smart cars safer cars.

What are your next steps after an accident in the workplace?

An accident at work can leave you in pain and facing medical bills you may not be certain you can handle on your own. It's both overwhelming and confusing to deal with these types of incidents, especially when you are not sure what to do next. If your accident happened at work or you became ill because of your job, you may have grounds to pursue benefits through a workers' compensation claim.

How to stay safe on the winter roads

Florida roads can still become icy and snowy in the winter, so drivers will want to know how they can stay safe during this season. It all starts with knowing a few basic facts. For example, the faster a person drives, the less traction there is on the road. Since icy and wet roads already cause tires to lose some of their traction, speeding is out of the question in winter.

What counts as medical negligence, and are you a victim?

When you go to the hospital in Florida, you expect to receive medical care that meets a certain standard. It can be devastating and confusing when you receive poor treatment or lack of care that actually leaves you in worse condition. If this happened to you, it is possible you are a victim of medical negligence.

Report identifies ambulatory care safety risks for patients

Florida patients who visit an ambulatory care center for treatment may be at risk for diagnostic errors, medication mistakes, falls, or security incidents. These were identified as the top risks to patients in this environment by the watchdog group the ECRI Institute. Ambulatory care centers are where patients are most likely to be seen for medical care and include outpatient clinics and doctors' offices.

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