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February 2015 Archives

Fatal accident with car claims life of man on scooter

People in Brevard County and throughout the state need to be on constant alert for vehicles on the road. This is especially true if they're pedestrians, bicyclists or riding a smaller vehicle like a scooter. While motor vehicle accidents are always dangerous, those who are more vulnerable stand a greater chance of being involved in a wrongful death incident. The unexpected loss of a loved one can have consequences that extend beyond the emotional devastation that results from an untimely death. There can be personal and financial considerations as well.

Legal help after a boating accident in Brevard County

With the Brevard County's mild temperatures and its proximity to water, boating is a popular leisure activity for people in Florida young and old. While the majority of boaters follow the rules of the water and don't perform dangerous actions or break the law, there is still the potential for a boat accident. Similar to a motor vehicle, a boat can become a dangerous thing when used improperly. If there is a reckless boater, an inexperienced boater or there is the simple and unfortunate instant of being in the wrong place at the wrong time, a boating accident can lead to injury and death.

Charity begins at...someplace other than Fort Lauderdale, Florida

     In the New Testament Jesus says to sell your possessions and give to charity.  In Proverbs it says, "He who has pity on the poor gives to the Lord."  In Buddhism charity is the first of the ten "perfections."  In the Koran it says, "Whatever wealth you give away, goes to your own benefit."  I think it's safe to say most if not all atheists believe in charity too.  Snake-handlers?  I don't know much about them, but the smart money is they believe in the virtues of charity as well. 

How do the police deal with reckless driving in Florida?

The roads in Florida can be dangerous for drivers, motorcyclists, bicyclists and pedestrians even in the best of times. Some drivers take the liberty of driving in a way that places others in jeopardy. Drivers who operate their vehicles recklessly are not just placing themselves at risk, but putting the lives of others in serious danger. The state has enacted laws to punish drivers who drive recklessly in order to dissuade drivers from committing the act. Although the law takes steps to stop reckless driving, many people are hurt by reckless drivers regularly.

Fatal workplace accident statistics in South Florida are up

One of the last things that a person who says goodbye to a loved one believes when he or she heads out to work is that it will be the last time they'll see that person. This is why it's such a shock when a fatal workplace accident occurs. These accidents can happen for a variety of reasons, and a concern for residents in Florida is that the number of wrongful death workplace incidents in 2013 increased in spite of the national numbers decreasing.