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4 Ways To Protect Yourself From UV Rays
From promoting SPF products to sharing their beauty routines, anyone with a social media account has seen the wave of influencers and skin care experts alike using their platforms to highlight the benefits of protecting our skin from the sun. Though the current trendiness of wearing sunscreen may make it tempting to brush off as […]
How to Drive Safely in the Rain
Floridians know better than most how quickly the weather can change. One moment it can be clear and a moment later it can be storming. Along with these seemingly constant weather fluctuations being incredibly inconvenient, they also put drivers at the risk of experiencing a sudden weather shift while on the road. Whether we see […]
Distracted Driving Awareness Month
Did you know that April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month? As a law firm that handles car accident-related cases, we have witnessed the irreversible suffering that can result from being distracted while behind the wheel. These tragedies serve as a constant reminder to our firm that practicing safe driving habits is paramount. This month […]
3 Tips To Warm Your Home Safely
As the Florida heat begins to subside the time to layer up and maybe even started warming up our homes has begun. Whether you choose to use a fireplace, space heater, or candles to make your home more comfortable we encourage you to exercise caution. According to the National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA) home heating equipment is one of the leading causes of house fires in the US. In a study conducted […]
4 Safe Holiday Travel Driving Tips
With Thanksgiving only a couple of weeks away, holiday travel plans are well underway. Between parties, shopping, and visiting with loved ones the roads are bound to be a little busier than usual. With the holiday rush it is more important than ever to practice safe driving. According to the National Safety Council (NSC) the holidays are a time commonly associated with an increase in […]
What is a Patient Bill of Rights?
Did you know that the first Patient Bill of Rights was drafted by the American Hospital Association in the early 1970s? The goal was to empower patients in their medical care. Since then, several similar measures have been adopted at both the federal and state levels. The most recent federal version passed in 2010 as […]
6 Tips for Pet Fire Safety In Your Home
National Pet Fire Safety Day With all of us finally seeing the light at the end of the pandemic tunnel, parties are being scheduled, people are traveling, and the world seems to be moving again. While this is great news, it also means that pets will again be spending time alone at home. Did you […]
Post Covid Tips to Help Recognize and Prevent Human Trafficking
Did you know that the Covid-19 pandemic saw an increase in human trafficking, including child trafficking, for many reasons? While human trafficking has been complicated for decades due to technology, which often increases the ability of traffickers to prey on the most vulnerable in our society, the economic difficulties faced by families worldwide due to […]
4 Safety Tips to Celebrate Safely This July 4th Weekend
Are you looking forward to summer celebrations such as the Fourth of July fireworks? Fourth of July can be a fun tradition, but it can be important to think about staying safe. Let us review 4 tips to help you and your loved ones stay safe this year.  1. Obey local laws. If fireworks are […]