You may be sitting in the office, at home watching TV or wandering through the produce section at the grocery story. Wherever you are, the moment you hear that familiar chime of your cell phone notifications, you’re probably instinctively reaching for your phone.
Numerous car accidents happen every day around Florida. The media tends to focus on those that result in death or significant injuries, such as one multi-car crash in Neptune Beach that left several people seriously injured.
Valentine’s Day is approaching, and you may be spending a little extra time thinking about the people you love. You might buy flowers or send valentines to express your gratitude for the very special people in your life.
You’re driving home on a Friday night. Out of nowhere, a speeding truck runs a red light and slams into you. You suffer a concussion and serious physical injuries—rendering you unable to work for months.
The construction industry is an undeniably dangerous one. If you are among the many people across Florida who make your living working in this environment, you may have firsthand knowledge of its risks. While today’s construction workers suffer a broad range of work-related injuries and illnesses, the most serious incidents often fall into the same four categories. For this reason, these four primary causes of death in the construction industry are known as the “Fatal Four.”