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Could New Technology Help Prevent Construction Site Injuries?

By Friedland & Associates |

The construction industry has long led the nation in resulting in the highest number of workers dying on the job due to the presence of dangerous worksite conditions. Flash fires, crashes, falls, etc.; all cause devastating injuries and sometimes even death for many each year. However, new developments in artificial intelligence may now be… Read More »

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Florida’s Largest Nursing Home Chain under Scrutiny for Alleged Abuse & Poor Patient Care

By Friedland & Associates |

In June, Naples Daily News ran an important expose on the corruption and abuse unveiled at Florida’s largest nursing home chain, Consulate Health Care, including the Governors Creek Health and Rehabilitation facility. The story covered the conglomerate and its network of nursing homes being regularly paid by the state to provide patients with care;… Read More »

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Southwest Flight Engine Failure Leaves One Passenger Dead and Others Injured

By Friedland & Associates |

On April 17th, a passenger—a mother—aboard Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 from New York to Dallas was killed after the plane’s engine failed. Other passengers were injured, as a piece of the engine reportedly flew into a window mid-flight, depressurizing the plane, and causing one woman to be partially sucked out of the window. One… Read More »

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Florida Girl Hospitalized After “Dry Drowning”

By Friedland & Associates |

Many parents realize that they need to be diligent when it comes to monitoring kids in pools and signs of drowning, but many do not realize that certain incidents that take place in the pool, whereby the child appears to be completely fine afterward, could actually lead to death. Sadly, this has been the… Read More »

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New Study Indicates that Weapons Training Is Causing Traumatic Brain Injuries in U.S. Troops

By Friedland & Associates |

According to a new study, thousands of U.S. troops are likely suffering from traumatic brain injuries due to training with their own weapons. Researchers from the Center for a New American Security just released a report indicating that all service members—even those who have not been in combat—could have lasting brain damage from the… Read More »

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New Study Indicates Children Do Not Have to Get Injured in Youth Sports

By Friedland & Associates |

Many of us were injured from time to time while playing sports as kids, and may assume the same will happen to our children. It’s almost an expectation with certain sports, especially those that are high-impact sports, like football. And many see it as a healthy trade-off: although there’s the risk of getting injured,… Read More »

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Study Demonstrates that Nurse Practitioners Can Be Held Liable for Similar Medical Malpractice Claims as Physicians

By Friedland & Associates |

According to a new study released in March, medical malpractice allegations against nurse practitioners are not significantly different than those brought against primary care physicians, indicating that, as nurse practitioners see more and more patients each year, they are arguably making similar mistakes, which are just as significant in scope as those that doctors… Read More »

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Another Fatality in Autopilot Vehicle Accident Raises Concerns

By Friedland & Associates |

Unfortunately, self-driving vehicles are on the hook (once again) for causing serious injuries and fatalities in a series of auto accidents. A mere week after an Uber vehicle in self-driving mode killed a pedestrian in Arizona, Tesla’s Model X was involved a fatal crash at the end of March, raising some serious questions about… Read More »

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Florida Woman Finds out Epidural Needle Was Knowingly Left in Her Spine, Causing Complications

By Friedland & Associates |

In late March, news broke of one Florida mother’s nightmare discovery, 14 years after giving birth: Due to medical malpractice, as she was about to give birth at Naval Hospital in Jacksonville, the epidural needle broke off and been left in her spine for many years, causing massive pain and complications. Although it is… Read More »

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Deadly Bridge Collapse at Florida International University Kills Six and Injures 10

By Friedland & Associates |

The sad story of the bridge collapse at Florida International University (FIU)—and the individuals who were killed and injured—has been all over the news of late, particularly as officials with the National Transportation Safety Board open up an investigation into what exactly happened that caused so much devastation on Thursday, March 15th. Those who… Read More »

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