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March 31, 2020 in bicycle accident, Miami, personal injury

Overgrown Hedges to Blame for Miami Springs Accident

The Miami Herald has reported that a councilwoman in Miami Springs was struck by a vehicle while on her bicycle. Maria Mitchell was riding on the sidewalk when a vehicle backing out of a driveway clipped her. She did not suffer any injury. The culprit? Overgrown hedges that blocked the…

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March 24, 2020 in Burns

Children’s Clothing Can Pose a Burn Hazard

A spate of recalls involving children’s clothing has certainly raised our eyebrows. The recalls were listed on the Consumer Product Safety Council’s Recall website. Many of the items were recalled because they pose a danger of catching on fire, which is not something that should happen, given government standards already…

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March 20, 2020 in medical malpractice

What Happens when Surgical Sponges are Left Behind?

Surgeons often use sponges to keep body parts in place during an operation or to help suck up blood so that they can see what they are operating on. However, careless staff can neglect to remove a sponge once surgery is completed. This sponge, left behind, can cause problems down…

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