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Hidden dangers of parking lots

Many Hillsborough area residents are more concerned about their vehicles than they are about their personal safety in parking lots. However, many parking lots have hidden dangers that can make them unsafe places. Although business owners provide their patrons with parking facilities to accommodate their vehicles, they must also ensure that adequate security and safety measures are in place to protect their customers.

Steps property owners can take to prevent slip-and-fall accidents

Whenever we slip, trip or fall, many of us have a tendency to blame our own clumsiness. We think, "Oh, I'm such a klutz and should have been able to avoid that accident." However, the truth is there are some situations where it is not clumsiness that leads to a falling accident; it is the negligence of others.

Children shopping cart injuries

Shopping carts enable shoppers in Hillsborough to keep up with their groceries, merchandise and children. However, shopping carts can be a source of injury for kids, especially those who are under the age of five. This can happen when shopping carts come into contact with protruding objects in isles or through the lack of safety precautions on the part of the store.

Hotel guests at risk for carbon monoxide poisoning

Hotels in Florida are great accommodations for travelers and residents alike. However, guests who frequent hotels may be at risk for carbon monoxide exposure. Carbon monoxide is a harmful gas that does not give off a smell or color, making it very difficult to detect without proper hardware. It is a substance that is commonly produced by heating systems and other appliances.

Seniors at risk of fatal motor vehicle accidents

Many older people in Miami-Dade drive to retain their independence and mobility. However, seniors who choose to do so are at risk of being fatally injured in car accidents. According to a 2012 report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of seniors who are licensed to operate motor vehicles is approximately 36 million. The number of elderly people who died from car crashes was 5,560 and 214,000 sustained injuries. The CDC states that as people grow older, their risk of death or injury in a traffic accident rises.

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