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How Are Families Preventing Burn Injuries?

Within this article, Shaked Law Firm will explain the importance of adequate fire safety, education, and preventing burn injuries.

Preventing burn injuries is possible. Every year, fire takes thousands of lives. These deaths and injuries are needless, tragic, and preventable. Burn injuries force victims to endure endless surgeries, painful healing, and disfiguring scars. Whether these injuries occur as a result of explosion, house fire, or care fire, they have one thing in common. And, that is: burn injuries may be less likely with better knowledge of fire safety. Responsible parents always make time to teach children specifics of fire safety. Schools, as well, should be educating students of appropriate ages about the importance of fire safety. There are dozens of...

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Why Are Negligent Security Accidents Still on the Rise?

Floridians have come to expect businesses are taking necessary security measures. Shaked Law Firm explains Negligent Security, in-depth!

Negligent security accidents can be avoided! When we shop, work, or travel, we may not realize a property is under 24-hour surveillance. This discreet security measure isn't for us to see. And yet, we require the assurance it's there to protect us. As residents of some of the busiest cities in the United States, Floridians have come to expect businesses are taking necessary security measures. What happens after a negligent security accident? However, there are times when crime does occur and a person may sustain serious injuries in a shooting, or worse, they could lose their life. Who becomes liable when visitors to...

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Why Are Concussions So Dangerous?

Concussion injuries are invisible. Imaging is necessary to rule out permanent injury after a blow to the head. Shaked Law Firm explains concussions.

Time is always of the essence when dealing with any type of Traumatic Brain Injury, and no blow to the head should ever be left untreated simply because the victim isn't actively experiencing a "headache". Concussions are silent killers, and any blow to the head whether on the football field or from a car accident, requires transport to the hospital as soon as possible. Sometimes these injuries occur while playing football. Sometimes a victim sustains injuries in a car or motorcycle accident. No matter how the victim sustains injuries, the severity requires determination by a physician. People don't usually associate concussions...

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