Many families from across the country come to Florida to enjoy the year-round warm weather and water. Florida is one of the most popular destinations for aquatic sports and swimming, but unfortunately, it is also the most dangerous to young children and infants. According to data from the United States Swimming Foundation, Florida led the nation with the most child drowning deaths in 2017, with a total of 51 fatal child drowning incidents in pools or spas. In child drowning deaths, over eighty percent involve children under the age of 5. Nationwide, drowning is the leading cause of accidental death for children ages 1-4.
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Bicycles have increasingly become a primary mode of transportation. And with that an increase in the number of people injured in bicycle accidents has increased.
Soon your favorite football players–both amateur and pro–will be putting in some serious time on the field. This also means a fresh crop of articles about the dangers of football, and how the occasionally brutal hits sustained on the field add up to traumatic brain injury:
When we conjure up images of car accidents, we imagine immediate pain and trauma, followed by the wailing of ambulance sirens. A catastrophe, in other words. The truth is most of us will not have an accident, but if you see reports of the recent car accidents in Orlando, you might think it could happen to you.
Each year, there are approximately 10 million car accidents in the U.S. With so many accidents occurring on the roads, it is virtually impossible to name all the different types of collisions that may occur. However, there are specific types of accidents that occur more frequently than others. One sobering fact is that in 2016 there were 37,461 fatal car accidents, 3174 of those in Florida. As an experienced car accident lawyer in Orlando we know the ins and outs of car accidents based on our own cases as well as Orlando car accident reports.